318 Forum - LSUHS Otolaryngology Assistant Professor, Dr. Gauri Mankekar and Medical Student, Kaitlyn Tholen, share the importance of avoiding loud noises to protect against hearing loss.
318Forum - LSUHS Otolaryngology residents and faculty share how hearing loss can negatively impact children’s speech and language development, school performance and social skills.
The LSU Health Shreveport Department of Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery led by Chair Dr. Cherie-Ann Nathan has received notification of manuscript CCR-21-4290R1 being selected for publication in Clinical Cancer Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.
Red River Radio - LSUHS faculty, Dr. Joshua Maier, Dr. Ameya Asarkar and Karuna Dewan, join Health Matters to discuss thyroid health and thyroid cancer.
KTBS3 - There are several types of thyroid cancer and Papillary thyroid cancer is the most common. It is a slow growing type of cancer that can be cured with surgery. “You can still get recurrence very frequently in the papillary thyroid cancer. And the recurrence can be either locally or it can be in the form of lymph nodes within the neck,” said Dr. Cherie-Ann Nathan, Feist-Weiller Cancer Center head and neck surgical oncology director.
Forum News - Dr. Gauri Mankekar, assistant professor of Otolaryngology HNS at LSUHS, shares One out of three persons above the age of 60 and one out of two above the age of 85 has agerelated hearing loss. Treatment of age-related hearing loss depends on the severity of the loss.
Dr. Cherie-Ann Nathan was inducted as the newly installed President of Academic Departments of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery on November 13, 2021.
Named in honor of Dr. Butler, the first woman chair of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery in the United States, this award recognizes individuals with significant impact and measurable outcomes in the mentorship of women in head and neck surgery. Dr. Nathan has had a great impact on the careers and lives of countless individuals in this specialty.
KTBS3 - A state-of-the-art temporal bone lab is where LSUHS residents learn how to help people with hearing loss. They use several different procedures that repair the ear drum or bones within the ear. They also train to implant hearing devices, including the Cochlear Implant.
Dr. Cherie Ann Nathan, Chair of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at LSU Health Shreveport has been elected to the Board of Governors of the American Surgical Society for an initial three-year term ending at the conclusion of the 2023 Clinical Congress
Radio show host, Gary Calligas hosted Dr. Jason P. Calligas and Dr. Michael T. Yim, from the LSU Health Shreveport Department of Otolaryngology on Saturday, September 19th for “The Best of Times Radio Hour” on News Radio 710 KEEL to discuss ear, nose, and throat disorders and treatments.
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LSU Health Shreveport announces the creation of three new endowed scholarships and two new endowed professorships. Private donations of $360,000 will be combined with $140,000 in matching funds from the Louisiana Board of Regents Support Fund to create these endowments.
"Developing a state-of-the-art temporal bone lab positions LSU Health Shreveport to invigorate residency training for our residents and fellows to hone their skills prior to operating on patients. I am grateful to Stryker for their commitment to resident education" shares, Cherie-Ann Nathan, MD, FACS, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Department Chair.
Congratulations to Dr. Cherie-Ann Nathan, Chair of Otolaryngology / Head and Neck Surgery, for being selected as a 2020 American Cancer Association Society Champion of Hope. Dr. Nathan is a nationally recognized and respected leader in the field of head and neck cancer and is once again is making LSU Health Shreveport proud of her accomplishments as a clinician, scientist and educator.
Michigan Medicine at University of Michigan hosted their 20th Annual Charles J. Krause, M.D. Lectureship on June 19, 2020. Speaking at the virtual event was Cherie-Ann Nathan, MD, FACS, Chairman and Professor of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery