Research and Training in Otolaryngology
The Otolaryngology Department at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary is home to 45 Investigators, studying normal function and mechanisms of disease in the ear, nose, throat, head and neck
The combined clinical and basic science faculties of the ENT department serve as teachers and mentors in a number of training programs.
Research in Otolaryngology:
Hearing and Deafness Research:
- Eaton-Peabody Laboratories
- Cochlear Implant Research Lab
- Keck Neural Prosthesis Center
- Otopathology Laboratory
Balance and Vestibular Research:
- Jenks Vestibular Laboratories: Including - Diagnostics Laboratory Physiology Laboratory
Training in Otolaryngology:
The combined clinical and basic science faculties of the ENT department serve as teachers and mentors in a number of training programs:
Research Training: includes the opportunity for graduate study and doctoral work in the laboratories of ENT investigators as part of the Program in Speech and Hearing Bioscience and Technology, as well as post-graduate training in a Research Fellowship.
Clinical Training: opportunities include the Residency Training Program, several Clinical Fellowships and a Visiting Colleague Program.