Our statewide network is led by skilled specialists who employ the most innovative therapies and methods to treat conditions of the head and neck. Our physicians not only provide high-quality care for patients but contribute to the field of otolaryngology through cutting-edge research.
We provide complete otolaryngology care for children and adults. Our subspecialty areas focus on areas of the head and neck that may benefit from surgical intervention, everything from inserting drainage tubes in the ears of a child suffering from frequent and severe ear infections to complex surgery for the removal of a tumor at the base of the skull.
This specialty offers many sub-specialists who focus their skills and expertise on the alleviation of ear, nose and throat problems for adults and children.

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University Hospitals Case Medical Center-Cleveland

Dr. Cliff A. Megerian (Chair)

Cleveland Clinic-Cleveland

Dr. Erika A. Woodson
Dr. Thomas J. Haberkamp

OSU Wexner Medical Center-Columbus

Dr. Oliver Adunka
Dr. Edward E. Dodson

University of Cincinnati Medical Center

Dr. Myles Pensak
Dr. Ravi Samy

Wright State University/Premier Health-Dayton

Action on Hearing Loss

Action on Hearing Loss is pleased to welcome OCTC as a partner in our Translational Research Initiative for Hearing (TRIH) which aims to advance medicines to protect and restore hearing, and silence tinnitus. This co-marketing relationship will serve their mutual customers with a full set of services supporting clinical trials of new therapeutics, procedures, and medical devices. A customer can now access the OCTC’s network of leading clinical investigators and identified patient populations for their trials by contacting either party.

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Hearing loss affects the quality of life of approximately 1 in 6 of the global population, and tinnitus 1 in 10. To address this unmet medical need and accelerate the development of therapeutics to protect and restore hearing and silence tinnitus, TRIH works globally with academic researchers, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, investors and healthcare providers to:

  • Fund discovery and translational hearing research internationally
  • Provide links to key opinion leaders, therapy area experts and leading research groups
  • Broker partnerships between researchers, companies and investors
  • Facilitate opportunities for drug repositioning into hearing loss and tinnitus
  • Provide access to market intelligence
  • Aid recruitment into clinical trials, increase patient involvement, and ensure new treatments address patient need.

About Action on Hearing Loss

Action on hearing loss is the largest not-for-profit organisation representing people with hearing loss and tinnitus in the UK. Our vision is a world where deafness, hearing loss or tinnitus do not limit or determine opportunity, and where people value their hearing

We’re experts in providing support for people with hearing loss and tinnitus
We provide day-to-day care for people who are deaf and have additional needs
We supply communication services and training
We offer practical advice to help people protect their hearing
We campaign to change public policy around hearing loss issues
We support research into an eventual cure for hearing loss and tinnitus

For more information on how we can help, please contact us at:
Email: trih@hearingloss.org.uk
Website: http://www.trih.org.uk