Physicians

The Vanderbilt voice team consists of Bob Ossoff, Gaelyn Garrett, Tom Cleveland and others. They offer fellowship training in voice disorders.   www.vanderbilthealth.com/billwilkerson

Charles Ford in Madison at the University of Wisconsin has been involved in voice problems for some time.

Seth Dailey in Madison at the University of Wisconsin has done a fellowship at Massachusetts Eye and Ear and joined the University of Wisconsin staff in 2004 or 2005.  

studied laryngology with Manfred Gross in Germany & with Mark Remacle in Belgium. She practices at Hospital Angeles. She has a special interest in pitch change surgery. www.hospitalangelesmexico.com/

practices laryngology at the Escola Paulista de Medicina in Sao Paulo Brazil. www.unifesp.br

practices in São Paulo, Brazil.

is a Consultant Ear Nose and Throat Surgeon at The Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital, a part of The Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust. He is immediate past Clinical Director (2003-2009), is Chair of the Consultant Forum and is Lead Clinician of the Voice Disorders Unit. He has written several books, articles and chapters, regularly lectures on voice-related topics and remains active on international editorial and scientific boards and committees.  Mr.

practices in Sydney, Australia and studied at Oxford, England. I saw a wonderful creative film of his with dancing vocal cords at the Sundance Film Festival.    

Dr. Sung studied laryngology at Mass Eye and Ear with Ramon Franco and has a background as a singer and performer. He practices at Stanford University.    

practices laryngology at Loma Linda medical center.  She previously studied laryngology with Dr. Clark Rosen and then remained on the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh's Voice Center  for several years. 

practices at Harley ENT, including work at Charing Cross Hospital and Imperial College in London. He specializes in airway stenosis, voice disorders, swallowing issues and gender voice surgery.  

practices laryngology at Leiden University Medical Center.