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Laura Kirk, MSPAS, PA-C, receives the 2017 Exceptional Advanced Health Practitioner Award! There were over 450 potential AHP recipients for this award but Laura rose to the top of the list. This award is given to individuals who exemplify...
Posted July 18, 2017
Thank you to our guest speaker, Professor Michael G. Stewart, MD, MPH. Congratulations to the graduating class of 2017! (L:R) Nick Dewyer, Matt Tamplen, Andrew Murr, and Jon Overdevest Guest Professor Michael G. Stewart, MD, MPH was the 2017...
Posted June 19, 2017
Please mark your calendars for the The Annual Francis A. Sooy, MD Lecture and The Annual Year-end Graduation Dinner! See events for more details about the Francis A. Sooy Lecture. The Annual Francis A. Sooy, MD Lecture Saturday, June 17th, 2017 -...
Posted June 08, 2017
The Spring 2017 HeadsUp Newsletter is now available! Also, please review our past volumes of HeadsUp here. HeadsUp, Spring 2017 (PDF)
Posted June 06, 2017
This year 6 of our residents presented their research at the Otolaryngology Bay Area Resident Research Symposium (BARRS) hosted by Kaiser Oakland and attended by OHNS residents and faculty from all the bay area programs. Lisa Orloff was the keynote...
Posted May 24, 2017
Congratulations to Dr. Jonathan Overdevest who was selected by the graduating class as an Resident Inductee for the Alpha Omega Alpha Society. Dr. Overdevest was nominated by (now) Dr. Kathy Wai, who cited Dr. Overdevest’s willingness to go the...
Posted May 16, 2017
Steven W. Cheung, MD, is a 2017 recipient of the Presidential Citation from the American Neurotology Society. The award recognizes Dr. Cheung's "outstanding contributions to our understanding of the relationship between the neurosciences and ear...
Posted May 10, 2017
On June 2, 2017, Dr. Charles Limb will speak at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, with Renee Fleming, Ben Folds, and Dan Levitin, as they describe the human brain and the connection to music. Sound Health in Concert: Music and the Mind with the...
Posted May 08, 2017
Click the link below to see a video of Dr. Limb, as he discusses jazz musician improvisation. National Geographic: The Improvised Brain
Posted May 08, 2017
Dr. Limb is studying the neural substrates of high level musical perception and performance, as highlighted in this article in the May issue of National Geographic entitled, "What Makes a Genius?" The photo shows Dr. Limb wearing an EEG cap as he...
Posted April 26, 2017

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