5th YEAR RESIDENTS – CLASS OF 2021

UndergraduateUniversity of Louisville
Medical SchoolUniversity of Louisville
Future PlansGeneral Otolaryngology Practice
Research InterestsRhinoplasty, Facial analysis, Epidemiology/Public health
PublicationHyman AJ, Khayat S, Toriumi DM, Correction of Nasal Pinching. Facial Plastic Clinics of North America – Nassif P, Frisenda J Revision Facial Plastic Surgery: Correcting Bad Results. Elsevier; 2019. Chapter 6.
“UIC is a truly unique program in that it offers exposure to so many practice sites and attending faculty that you learn many surgical techniques to address the same issue. I cannot stress enough the importance of camaraderie between and among residents and faculty. I feel at home in my training program.”
UndergraduatePitzer College
Medical SchoolOregon Health & Science University
Future PlansRhinology and Skull Base Surgery Fellowship
Research InterestsChronic Rhinosinusitis, Cerebrospinal fluid leaks
PublicationAhmad FI, Means C, Labby A, Cross C, et al. Osteocutaneous radial forearm free flap in non-mandible head and neck reconstruction. Head and Neck. 2017 Sep;39(9):1888-1893
“There are few, if any, programs available that give you both the incredible exposure to many talented mentors as well as the opportunity to treat the entire spectrum of the patient population like ours.”
UndergraduateThe Ohio State University
Medical SchoolUniversity of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Future PlansPediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship, Cincinnati Children’s
Research InterestsTonsillectomy Pain Control, Intracapsular vs. Extracapsular Tonsillectomy, Quality Improvement
PublicationSoaper AL, Richardson ZL, Chen JL, Gerber ME. Pediatric tonsillectomy: A short-term and long-term comparison of intracapsular versus extracapsular techniques. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2020;133:109970. doi:10.1016/j.ijporl.2020.109970
“UIC has been a phenomenal place to train and I have been so happy with my experience. The camaraderie amongst residents and attendings is a strength of the program as well as the case volume and autonomy we are provided.”

5th YEAR RESIDENTS – CLASS OF 2021

Undergraduate
University of Louisville

Medical School
University of Louisville

Future Plans
General Otolaryngology Practice

Research Interests
Rhinoplasty, Facial analysis, Epidemiology/Public health

Current Project
Hyman AJ, Khayat S, Toriumi DM, Correction of Nasal Pinching. Facial Plastic Clinics of North America – Nassif P, Frisenda J Revision Facial Plastic Surgery: Correcting Bad Results. Elsevier; 2019. Chapter 6.

“UIC is a truly unique program in that it offers exposure to so many practice sites and attending faculty that you learn many surgical techniques to address the same issue. I cannot stress enough the importance of camaraderie between and among residents and faculty. I feel at home in my training program.”

Undergraduate
Pitzer College

Medical School
Oregon Health & Science University

Future Plans
Rhinology and Skull Base Surgery Fellowship

Research Interests
Chronic Rhinosinusitis, Cerebrospinal fluid leaks

Current Project
Ahmad FI, Means C, Labby A, Cross C, et al. Osteocutaneous radial forearm free flap in non-mandible head and neck reconstruction. Head and Neck. 2017 Sep;39(9):1888-1893

“There are few, if any, programs available that give you both the incredible exposure to many talented mentors as well as the opportunity to treat the entire spectrum of the patient population like ours.”

Undergraduate
The Ohio State University

Medical School
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Future Plans
Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship, Cincinnati Children’s

Research Interests
Tonsillectomy Pain Control, Intracapsular vs. Extracapsular Tonsillectomy, Quality Improvement

Current Project
Soaper AL, Richardson ZL, Chen JL, Gerber ME. Pediatric tonsillectomy: A short-term and long-term comparison of intracapsular versus extracapsular techniques. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2020;133:109970. doi:10.1016/j.ijporl.2020.109970

“UIC has been a phenomenal place to train and I have been so happy with my experience. The camaraderie amongst residents and attendings is a strength of the program as well as the case volume and autonomy we are provided.”