Otolaryngology and Communication Enhancement
Read the latest issue of Otoscope
Read the latest issue of Otoscope, the quarterly newsletter for the Department of Otolaryngology and Communication Enhancement...
Surgery found to cure mysterious, unexplained fevers
Programs Expanded and Reorganized
ORL also recently announced an expanded and reorganized Center for Communication Enhancement (CCE) under the leadership of Howard Shane, PhD, who will serve as director, overseeing the clinical and research operations for each of the five programs.
Bringing sound to life
Two cochlear implants have made all the difference for previously deaf 8-year-old Caroline Bass. [read more]
Reaching new heights
Allison felt just plain "lousy" for most of her young life. But after a long medical journey, she's finally starting to feel better. And she's got a robot named da Vinci to thank for it. [read more]
Imagine if your baby couldn't cry out when she needed comforting. That was a reality for Liz who knew it was a sign something was dramatically wrong with her day-old daughter, Brittany. [read more]
Look... Listen... Learn
From interactive computer programs to group sing-alongs, our Communication Enhancement Center is finding new and exciting ways to help children with communication difficulties learn and interact. [read more]