Alumni

Alumni standing outside.

“As we grow, we recognize that the current and future strengths of our program are a reflection of contributions made by current and former residents.”

Bruce J. Davidson, MD, FACS Professor and Chairman

We are incredibly proud of our alumni and all that they have accomplished.


Class of 2019

Dr. Alvin de Torres

Fellowship: Otology at the University of Utah

Dr. Kelly Moyer

Fellowship: Head and Neck Surgery at Memorial Sloan Kettering

Dr. Kelly Scriven

Fellowship: Pediatric Otolaryngology at Johns Hopkins University


Class of 2018

Dr. Melyssa Hancock

Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery with Michael Godin, MD

Dr. Catherine Lumley

Fellowship: Head and Neck Surgery at UNC Chapel Hill

Dr. William Gao

Fellowship: Laryngology at University of Southern California


Class of 2017

Dr. Christine DeMason

Current Position: Faculty at UNC Chapel Hill

Dr. Spencer Lindsay

Fellowship: Pediatric Otolaryngology at Ohio State University (Nationwide Children’s Hospital)

Dr. Mark Query

Current Position: William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, TX


Class of 2016

Dr. Lacey Adkins

Fellowship: Laryngology at Massachusetts General/Harvard University

Current Position: Faculty at Louisiana State University

Dr. Maricel Cubangbang

Current Position: Private Practice at Kaiser Permanente – Northern CA

Dr. Matthew Pierce

Fellowship: Head and Neck Surgery at Yale University

Current Position: Faculty at Georgetown, see Faculty page


Class of 2015

Dr. Samaneh Ashktorab

Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Michigan

Dr. Ameet Grewal

Fellowship: Head and Neck Surgery at Stanford University

Dr. Michael Holliday

Fellowship: Laryngology at UCLA


Class of 2014

Dr. Eugenia Chu

Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Miami

Current Position: Faculty at Georgetown, see Faculty page

Dr. Courtney Cutler

Current Position: Private Practive – Northern VA

Dr. Adedoyin Kalejaiye

Current Position: Howard University, Washington, DC


Class of 2013

Dr. Richard Comstock III 

Current Position: Private Practice – Sutter Health, CA

Dr. Bradley Seaman

Current Position: Private Practice – Kansas City, MO

Dr. Matthew Steehler

Current Position: Private Practice – Corpus Christi, TX


Class of 2012

Dr. Timothy Deklotz

Fellowship: Skull Base Surgery at UPMC

Current Position: Faculty at Georgetown, see Faculty page

Dr. Elizabeth Guardiani

Fellowship: Laryngology at St. Luke’s Roosevelt

Current Position: Faculty at University of Maryland

Dr. Neda Ahmadi 

Fellowship: Laryngology at Vanderbilt University

Current Position: Private Practice – Annapolis, MD


Class of 2011

Dr. Roberta Lima

Current Position: ENT Associates, Inc., Chesterfield, MO

Dr. Melissa Amorn

Current Position: Multispecialty group practice – Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation, Castro Valley, CA

Dr. Bradley Block

Current Position: ENT and Allergy Associates, LLP, Garden City, NY


Class of 2010

Dr. Nicole Bosley

Current Position: Westmoreland Head and Neck Surgery, PC, Greensburg, PA

Dr. Andrew Tassler

Fellowship: Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Current Position: Montefiore, Bronx, NY

Dr. Benjamin Wycherly

Fellowship: Otology at the Silverstein Institute in Sarasota, FL

Current Position: The Connecticut Sinus Institute, Farmington, CT


Class of 2009

Dr. Hosai Hesham

Current Position: Private practice – Baltimore, MD

Dr. Joanna D’Elia

Fellowship: Laryngology at the New York Voice and Swallowing Center

Current Position: Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of NY

Dr. Peter Manes

Fellowship: Head and Neck surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center 

Current Position: Yale Medical Group 


Class of 2008

Dr. Jan Groblewski 

Fellowship: Pediatric Otolaryngology at Children’s National Medical Center

Current Position: RI University, Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery

Dr. Renee Penn

Current Position: Private Practice – Los Angeles, CA

Dr. Michael Reilly

Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at UCLA

Current Position: Faculty at Georgetown, see Faculty page


Class of 2007

Dr. Nazaneen Grant

Fellowship: Laryngology at St. Luke’s, Roosevelt Hospital

Current Position: Faculty at Georgetown, see Faculty page

Dr. Benjamin Judson

Fellowship: Research Fellow – Cornell; Head and Neck Surgery – Sloan Kettering

Current Position: Yale Medical Group

Dr. H. Dan Sandel

Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Indiana University

Current Position: Private Practice – Sandel Center, Annapolis, MD


Class of 2006

Dr. Natalie Earl    

Current Position: Feldman ENT, Washington, DC                          

Dr. Paul Garlich

Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Current Position: Private Practice – Garlich Plastic Surgery, Gainsville, GA

Dr. B. Emmerich Yoder

Current Position: York ENT Associates, PA


Class of 2005

Dr. Diana Chuong-Ponsky

Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Case Western

Current Position: Assistant Professor, Case Western Reserve University

Dr. Monica Tadros 

Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Skull Base Surgery – St. Luke’s-Roosevelt and Columbia University, College of Physicians & Surgeons

Current Position: Director of Facial Plastic Surgery at Columbia University

Dr. Alan Burningham    

Fellowship: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Louisiana State University

Current Position: Providence Medical Group, Newberg, OR


Newsletter

We send an annual alumni newsletter, which includes a letter from the chairman, department and program news, faculty and alumni updates, and a list of recent presentations & publications. If you would like to be added to the distribution list, please e-mail our Program Administrator, Megan Nelson, at Coordinator Rochelle Osborne at Megan.B.Nelson@gunet.georgetown.edu to receive our annual newsletter.


Alumni Giving 

There are many opportunities for you to give back to Georgetown University Hospital that make a significant impact to the residents and the residency program.

Donations are tax deductible and can be given either to a residency education fund or for a specific purpose. Our general Residency Education Fund allows the department to cover travel and registration costs when our residents present their research at national meetings, such as COSM or the AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting. You can also give a donation towards a specific purpose, such as covering a resident’s book fund, travel to a conference or course, or helping with the purchase of loupes.

For more information on how to donate, please contact Megan Nelson at Megan.B.Nelson@gunet.georgetown.edu, or by phone at 202-444-7078.