Marianne Abouyared, MD

Marianne Abouyared, M.D.

Assistant Professor | Head and Neck Surgery / Oncology

Dr. Abouyared is a fellowship-trained otolaryngologist who specializes in treating patients with both benign and malignant tumors of the head and neck. She believes in helping her patients achieve the best possible outcome by tailoring her care to each individual patient's needs. She has specific interests in complex microvascular reconstruction and robotic surgery.  Click for full bio »

Debbie A. Aizenberg, M.D.Debbie A. Aizenberg, M.D.

Associate Professor | General Otolaryngology

Dr. Aizenberg specializes in the treatment of diseases of the ears, nose, throat, sinuses and head and neck region. Her services include comprehensive management of hearing and balance disorders, sinus and nasal problems, and sleep apnea. In addition, she has a special interest in pediatric disorders of the ears, nose, and throat and providing care for children is a significant part of her practice.  Click for full bio »

Johnathon Anderson, PhDJohnathon D. Anderson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor in Residence

Dr. Anderson's research focuses on small nanovesicles, called exosomes, which cells use to communicate with each other. Part of his work focuses on how cancer stem cells use exosomes to induce tumor recurrence and metastases. Dr. Anderson also investigates how certain stem cells utilize exosomes to regenerate and heal damaged tissue.  Click for full bio » 

Peter Belafsky, MD, MPH, PhDPeter C. Belafsky, M.D., M.P.H, Ph.D.

Professor | Laryngology

Dr. Belafsky's primary clinical interests are the comprehensive diagnosis and management of voice, swallowing, and airway disorders. As medical director of the Center for Voice and Swallowing at UC Davis, Dr. Belafsky treats a wide array of laryngeal and esophageal disorders.  Click for full bio »

Arnaud F. Bewley, M.D.Arnaud F. Bewley, M.D.

Associate Professor | Head and Neck Surgery / Oncology

Dr. Arnaud Bewley is a fellowship trained head and neck cancer and reconstructive surgeon whose practice focuses on the comprehensive management of tumors of the head and neck. This primarily involves the surgical management of benign and malignant tumors of the face, mouth, throat, neck, and thyroid.  Click for full bio »

Andrew Birkeland, MD

Andrew Birkeland, M.D.

Assistant Professor | Head and Neck Surgery / Oncology

Dr. Birkeland focuses on providing care for all benign and malignant head and neck tumors. He treats skin cancers, mucosal cancers in the head and neck, endocrine tumors, salivary gland disease, and skull base tumors. Dr. Birkeland has specialized training and particular interest in microvascular reconstructive surgery and transoral robotic surgery.  Click for full bio »

Hilary Brodie, MD, PhDHilary Brodie, M.D., Ph.D.

Professor | Otology and Neurotology

Dr. Brodie has a subspecialty practice in otology and neurotology. His clinical focus is in hearing loss and various diseases affecting the middle and inner ears. He works with a team of audiologists, speech pathologists and physical therapists to provide comprehensive programs in cochlear implantation and in the treatment of vestibular disorders.  Click for full bio »

Daniel J. Cates, MD

Daniel J. Cates, M.D.

Assistant Clinical Professor | Laryngology

Dr. Cates is a laryngologist who’s clinical interests span the breadth of voice, swallowing, and upper aerodigestive tract disorders. He completed a fellowship in Care of the Professional Voice and has a special interest in treating singers, teachers, speakers, and other professional voice users.  Click for full bio »

Rodney C. Diaz, M.D.Rodney C. Diaz, M.D.

Professor | Otology and Neurotology

Dr. Diaz' clinical focus is centered on the treatment of disorders of the ear, temporal bone, and lateral skull base.  Click for full bio »

Paul J. Donald, MD, FRCSc

Paul J. Donald, M.D., F.R.C.S.(c)

Professor Emeritus | Head and Neck Surgery / Oncology

D. Gregory Farwell, M.D., F.A.C.S.D. Gregory Farwell, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Professor and Chair | Head and Neck Surgery / Oncology

Dr. Farwell's clinical practice has centered on the comprehensive management of head and neck malignancies including thyroid and parathyroid surgery. He has special interests in laser and robotic microsurgery of upper aerodigestive tract tumors and reconstructive surgery after traumatic and oncologic defects.  Click for full bio »

Scott C. Fuller, M.D., M.S., F.A.C.S.Scott C. Fuller, M.D., M.S., F.A.C.S.

Associate Clinical Professor | Head and Neck Surgery / Oncology

Dr. Fuller's clinical practice is devoted to the comprehensive management of head and neck disease with particular attention to benign and malignant lesions of the upper aerodigestive tract, advanced malignancies of the skin, salivary gland tumors, and cancers abutting or invading the cranial base.  Click for full bio »

Jamie L. Funamura, M.D.Jamie L. Funamura, M.D.

Assistant Professor | Pediatric Otolaryngology

Dr. Funamura is a fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngologist (ear, nose, and throat surgeon) who cares for children with conditions affecting breathing, voice, feeding/swallowing, hearing, and speech.  Click for full bio »

Maggie Kuhn, M.D.Maggie Kuhn, M.D.

Associate Professor | Laryngology

In the division of Laryngology and Bronchoesophagology, Dr. Kuhn treats patients with complex voice, swallowing and airway disorders across the lifespan.  Click for full bio »

Lee M. Miller, Ph.D.

Lee M. Miller, Ph.D.

Professor | Auditory Neuroscience and Speech Recognition

Dr. Miller is a bioengineer and neuroscientist who studies how our brains perceive speech, particularly in noisy environments, with the goal of ameliorating hearing loss. He directs the Auditory Neuroscience and Speech Recognition Lab at UC Davis.  Click for full bio »

Craig W. Senders, M.D., F.A.C.S. Craig W. Senders, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Professor Emeritus | Pediatric Otolaryngology

Dr. Craig Senders' practice is primarily pediatrics, ranging from treatment of otitis media with effusion, to airway disorders requiring complex reconstructive surgeries. Many of these pediatric patients have congenital anomalies of the head and neck, mostly consisting of cleft lip and cleft palate.  Click for full bio »

Lane D. Squires, M.D.Lane D. Squires, M.D.

Assistant Professor | General Otolaryngology

Dr. Squires is a general Otolaryngologist offering clinical and surgical care for all adults with various ear, nose and throat conditions. He has special clinical interest and expertise in Benign Salivary Diseases and Sialendoscopy.  Click for full bio »

Toby O. Steele, M.D.Toby O. Steele, M.D.

Assistant Professor | Rhinology and Skull Base Surgery

Dr. Steel's clinical practice focuses on both medical and surgical management of sinonasal disorders including chronic rhinosinusitis, sellar/parasellar pathology, sinonasal malignancy, nasal obstruction, epiphora, thyroid eye disease, olfactory disturbances and cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea.  Click for full bio »

E. Bradley Strong, M.D.E. Bradley Strong, M.D.

Professor | Sinus and Facial Reconstructive Surgery

Dr. Strong's clinical interest lies in reconstructive facial plastic surgery as well as sinusitis and endoscopic sinus surgery. Dr. Strong is internationally recognized for his expertise in the treatment of facial trauma and post traumatic facial deformities.  Click for full bio »

Travis T. Tollefson, M.D., F.A.C.S.Travis T. Tollefson, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Professor | Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Dr. Tollefson specializes in cleft and pediatric craniofacial care, facial reconstruction, and facial trauma care. His current research focuses on clinical outcomes of patients with cleft lip-palate, facial trauma education in Africa, patterns of mandible fracture care and patient-reported outcomes in facial paralysis surgeries.  Click for full bio »

Kaicheng Lawrence Yen, M.D., Ph.D.Kaicheng Lawrence Yen, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Physician | General Otolaryngology

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