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Volume 9, Issue 1 August 16, 2016

ORL’s 360 Research Program Translates New Laboratory Discoveries to Patient Care

Since her 2008 arrival at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center and the McGovern Medical School, Amber Luong, MD, PhD, FACS, has... Read the full article...

ECMO Improves Care for a Critical Tracheostomy Patient

After a suffering a stroke in late January 2015, 54-year-old Dale Gobert was taken to Memorial Hermann Baptist Hospital in... Read the full article...

Ibrahim Alava, MD, Named a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons

Ibrahim “Trey” Alava, MD, has been selected for fellowship status in the American College of Surgeons (ACS). An assistant professor... Read the full article...

Ronda Alexander, MD, Invited to Speak at STEM Symposium

Ronda Alexander, MD, FACS, was an invited speaker at the Houston Community College Southwest STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) Symposium... Read the full article...
 

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