The Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF OHNS) is pleased to welcome Tyler Crosby, MD, to our faculty. In October, Dr. Crosby is joining the team at the Laryngology, Voice and Swallowing Center at UCSF OHNS.
Dr. Crosby completed his fellowship in Laryngology at New York University (NYU) Grossman School of Medicine and NYU Langone Health. Before that, Dr. Crosby graduated Magna Cum Laude from Louisiana State University (LSU) with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological and Agricultural Engineering.
He then attended medical school at LSU New Orleans where he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society as a senior medical student. During medical school, Dr. Crosby received the LSU Health Sciences Center Foundation Scholarship and the Connell Memorial Scholarship. His residency was at LSU New Orleans in OHNS, culminating in a year as administrative chief resident.
Dr. Crosby has been an author on approximately 15 papers and projects. He has been successful in applying for and receiving small grants and is currently funded by a $10K Voice Foundation grant to study the effects of prolonged absence on the performance of stage actors and vocalists. This project was a by-product of the pandemic conditions in the New York City performance scene.
Dr. Crosby also has a special expertise in airway stenosis and is an active partner in managing tertiary airway stenosis and other issues, alongside the OHNS Parnassus Hospitalist Team and Yaron Gesthalter, MD, of the UCSF department of pulmonary medicine.
Join us in welcoming Dr. Crosby to our esteemed faculty!