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Honor

A study examining the mechanism of injury of vocal cords from voice use (known as "phonotrauma") has received the American Laryngological Association's prestigious Casselberry Award at the Association's 142nd Annual Meeting. Phonotrauma preferentially affects heavy voice users, like performers, schoolteachers and salespeople, but may also affect more routine voice users, resulting in lesions like polyps and nodules. The study examined recurrences after surgery, finding important differences...

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...

Following a national submission process, the Parker Institute's Dr. Anaïs Rameau, MD MPhil, was awarded a research grant by the American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, a.k.a “the Triological Society”, to study the effect of vocal fold augmentation via injection laryngoplasty on cough strength. The study will use physiologic and acoustic measures to analyze cough strength before and after injection augmentation of vocal folds in patient with unilateral vocal fold...

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