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Anaïs Rameau, MD wins the Dysphagia Research Society's Clarence Sasaki Award

Work by the Sean Parker Institute's Anaïs Rameau, MD, MPhil earned the Clarence Sasaki Award at the Dysphagia Research Society's Annual Meeting. The award, named in honor of the noted laryngologist and laryngeal physiologist Clarence T. Sasaki, MD, is awarded for papers of unusual scientific rigor and clinical relevance. Dr. Rameau studied disparities research in oropharyngeal dysphagia (swallowing dysfunction). She found that there was a dearth of relevant research and that most existing studies focused on swallowing dysfunction related to stroke.  "I'm honored by the Award," commented Dr. Rameau, “the late Dr. Sasaki was a model surgeon scientist and this recognition encourages me to follow his footsteps.”


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