Boston, Mass. — Dunia E. Abdul-Aziz, MD, a board-certified otolaryngologist and fellowship-trained hearing and balance specialist, has recently joined the Otology and Neurotology Division at Mass. Eye and Ear. She is currently accepting new patients at the main campus of Mass. Eye and Ear (243 Charles Street, Boston) and Newton (2000 Washington Street, Green Building Suite 668, Newton) and Wellesley (65 Walnut Street, Wellesley) locations.
Dr. Abdul-Aziz received her bachelor’s degree in biochemical sciences from Harvard University and her medical degree from Harvard Medical School, jointly with MIT, as part of the combined Health Sciences and Technology (HST) program. She completed her internship in general surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital, followed by her residency in otolaryngology and fellowship in neurotology and skull base surgery at Mass. Eye and Ear/Harvard Medical School. She now serves on the faculty of Harvard Medical School as an Instructor in Otolaryngology.
Her clinical interests include hearing loss, chronic ear disease, eustachian tube disorders, vestibular disorders and tumors and other diseases involving the lateral skull base. She has also developed clinical skills for management of superior semicircular canal dehiscence and performance of transcanal endoscopic ear surgery.
Concurrent with her clinical activities, she is involved in basic science research focused on sensory hair cell regeneration, seeking to understand and target fundamental developmental pathways to restore hearing. She recently received the Yellen Young Investigator Award from Mass. Eye and Ear.
To make an appointment with Dr. Abdul-Aziz, request one online or call 617-807-7976.
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