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Research 

Members of the otorhinolaryngology team at CHAM conduct research in order to better understand disorders affecting the ear, nose and throat. We are actively involved in research involving common conditions such as tonsil and adenoid inflammation, as well as more obscure and complex ailments, including rare tumors and severe hearing impairments.

Current research projects involve:

  • The evaluation of computer apps designed to train children to improve their speech after cochlear implantation

  • The analysis of the genetic makeup of children undergoing tonsillectomy to better understand how they metabolize and react to pain medicines

  • Monitoring response to airway surgery so as to better assess our outcomes.

Trial Description
Disease / Condition
Principal Investigator
Contact
Trial DescriptionEvaluation of CYP2D6 genetic polymorphisms in a diverse urban population IRB# 2013-284
Disease/ConditionEars, Nose and Throat
Principal InvestigatorTJ Ow, MD
Contact John Bent, MD
(718) 920-7042
Email Contact
Trial DescriptionPediatric Airway Database: An Observational Trial IRB# 08-03-066E
Disease/ConditionEars, Nose and Throat
Principal InvestigatorJohn Bent, MD
Contact John Bent, MD
(718) 920-7042
Email Contact
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