David H. Jung, M.D., Ph.D.

Harvard Medical School

Instructor in Otolaryngology

Massachusetts Eye and Ear

Research Summary

Research Area Affiliations

Research Summary

Dr. Jung’s current research focuses on development of novel methods for cochlear drug delivery and understanding mechanisms of noise- and age-related hearing loss.

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Biosketch

Education

1997: B.S., M.S., Biological Sciences (with Honors), Stanford University
2007: M.D. Harvard Medical School
2005: Ph.D. Genetics, Harvard Medical School

Postgraduate Training

2007–2008: Internship: General Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital
2008–2012: Residency: Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, Harvard Medical School
2012–2014: Fellowship: Otology and Neurotology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear

Professional Memberships

2008–present: American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery
2008–present: Triological Society
2008–present: American College of Surgeons
2012–present: American Neurotology Society
2013–present: Harold F. Schuknecht Society

Honors (select)

1997: Pre-doctoral Intramural Training Award, National Institutes of Health
1997: Firestone Medal for Excellence in Undergraduate Research, Stanford University
1998: Medical Scientist Training Program Grant, M.D./Ph.D. Program, Harvard Medical School
2001: Certificate of Distinction in Teaching, Harvard University
2003: Albert Ryan Fellowship, Harvard University, Division of Medical Sciences
2011: Richard J. Bellucci, M.D. Resident Research Award, Triological Society Eastern Section
2014: Clinical Fellow Teaching Award, Massachusetts Eye and Ear

Editorial Roles (select)

2012 - present: Otology & Neurotology, Reviewer
2012 - present: Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, Reviewer
2012 - present: Journal of Neurological Surgery Reports, Reviewer

Teaching Roles (select)

2011 - present: Assistant, Annual Resident Temporal Bone Dissection Course, Massachusetts Eye and Ear
2000: Teaching Assistant, Immunology Course (Undergraduate Level), Harvard Molecular and Cellular Biology