Michael Hoa, MD
Associate Professor, Department of Otolaryngology
Georgetown University Hospital Gorman Building 1st Floor
Specialty: Otology, Neurotology
Medical School: Boston University School of Medicine, 2004
Internship Program: DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital, 2005
Residency Program: DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital, 2009
Fellowship Program: House Clinic, 2012
Clinical Interests: Acoustic Neuromas, Cholesteatoma, Chronic Ear Disease, Cochleal Implants, Head and Neck Surgery, Hearing Loss, Otosclerosis, Pediatric Otology, Skull Base Tumors
Michael Hoa, MD, is an associate professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at Georgetown University School of Medicine. In addition to his duties as a neurotologist, Dr. Hoa is a clinician-scientist in the intramural research program at the National Institute for Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) at the NIH with interest in hearing restoration through regeneration of inner ear cell types including hair cells. Prior to his arrival at Georgetown, Dr. Hoa completed an otolaryngology residency at Wayne State University School of Medicine and a neurotology fellowship at the prestigious House Clinic in Los Angeles. Dr. Hoa also received extensive research training at the associated House Research Institute under an NIH-sponsored institutional research training grant investigating the underlying mechanisms involved in hair cell regeneration.
Dr. Hoa’s clinical interests include diagnosis and management of acoustic neuroma and skull base tumors (including hearing preservation surgical approaches), diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss (including otosclerosis and genetic hearing loss), hearing restoration (including cochlear implantation, implantable hearing devices), diagnosis and treatment of Meniere’s disease, pediatric otology/neurotology, and treatment of chronic ear infections including cholesteatoma.