Dr. Anaïs Rameau, a laryngologist who provides compassionate care for patients with swallowing, voice and airway disorders, has been named director of new technologies in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine, effective December 15, 2021.
The appointment recognizes Dr. Rameau’s remarkable work inventing, researching and applying new biomedical technologies to improve the diagnosis and treatment of laryngological disorders.
“Anaïs is a wonderful addition to the culture of discovery in our department, where we are fortunate to have faculty members pursuing new technologies and patents to advance patient care,” said Dr. Michael G. Stewart, chairman of the Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine. “She is a self-starter who brings an engineering mindset to medicine with a visionary ability to see new ways of solving medical problems with technology. In addition to caring for patients in her clinical practice, she has received grants, obtained patents, mentored students and built interdisciplinary collaborations with Cornell Tech and Cornell’s Ithaca campus.”
“I’m honored to receive this new title and continue multidisciplinary collaborations, combining my medical training and passion for technologies with the broad range of talent at Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell University,” said Dr. Rameau, a laryngologist at the Sean Parker Institute for the Voice and assistant professor of otolaryngology at Weill Cornell Medicine. “My goal is to develop ethical new tools that provide patients with swallowing, voice and airway disorders with greater access to specialized care.”