News & Events

News & Events

Dr. David Kutler, a well-known surgeon who combines clinical care with research focused on improving outcomes for patients with malignant and benign head and neck tumors, has been named chief of the Division of Head and Neck Surgery of the ...

virtual panels

Discussions with the Department of Otolaryngology Join department Chairman Michael G. Stewart, MD, MPH

for the first in a series of engaging virtual panels with our expert faculty.

How Can I Tell: Is it COVID-19, Allergies or Sinuses? 

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

5:00 to 6:00 p.m.


With the COVID-19

With the COVID-19 pandemic coinciding with the start of spring, you may be wondering when your respiratory symptoms indicate allergies – or something more serious. Dr. William Reisacher, associate professor...


At WCM Otolaryngology we understand that our patients are practicing social distancing that is why we have implemented, "Video Visits". At WCM Otolaryngology we are here to ensure our patients can be treated for seasonal allergies and other ENT concerns the best way possible.

To schedule a Video Visit with one of our providers please call the below number: (646) 962-3681

We encourage our Patients to visit Weill Cornell Medicine Patient Care blog for information and updates on COVID-19

Undergoing surgery can be stressful for anyone, especially small children. A Weill Cornell Medicine pediatric otolaryngologist has been making the experience easier for patients, thanks to a pair of miniature cars that kids can play with as they await surgery—and can even drive to the operating room themselves. "It was a total game changer," says Elena Silverman, whose four-year-old son, Jaime (both seen at right), came to the NewYork-Presbyterian David H. Koch Center in March for procedures...

On October 24th, Communicative Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Program at NYU hosted it’s second colloquium of the seasons, with Dr. James Curtis (Director of the AIR Lab) as the keynote invited speaker. Dr. Curtis presented researcher on the interaction between breathing and swallowing in people with Parkinson’s disease and discussed his research on novel treatments to improve swallow function in people with Parkinson’s disease through respiratory-swallow coordination training. This...

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