The Department of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery (Ear, Nose, and Throat) at OHSU is committed to deliver the best possible care to all of our patients, and to expand our knowledge through research and education. As a service to our patients, we offer a full range of medical care options, state-of-the-art technologies and expert doctors and staff.  As part of our commitment to the best care possible, we provide education to medical students, residents and fellows (doctors in training), and practicing physicians, and offer educational information and seminars to our patients as well.

Our specialists and physicians treat a wide variety of ear, nose, and throat-related disorders, such as hoarseness, hearing loss, sore throats, snoring and sinus problems, and cancer of the head and neck region. 

By combining compassionate care with specialized treatment options and the most current education and technology, we create a caring and healing environment for both children and adults.

Departmental Updates: Covid-19

In an effort to remain in compliance with OHSU recommendations and precautions, the Audiology walk-in/ drop off hearing aid clinic and the Beaverton Walk-In Lab are temporarily closed. Patients who need labs drawn should call ahead to the CHH2 lab at the south waterfront. 

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Welcome Dr. Krane!

Natalie Krane headshot 2021

The department of Otolaryngology would like to welcome our new facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Natalie Krane, M.D. 

Dr. Natalie Krane is originally from Michigan and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Neuroscience with honors at Lehigh University, where she also played Division I soccer. She worked in the biotechnology field for Genentech and for Shire Pharmaceuticals prior to graduating from medical school at Drexel University College of Medicine. She completed her residency in Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery at Oregon Health & Science University and fellowship training in Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery at University of Kansas Medical Center.

Her clinical practice is focused on cosmetic and reconstructive surgery of the face and neck, including facial reconstruction following skin cancer resection (melanoma, Mohs), functional and cosmetic rhinoplasty, scar revision, skin lesion removal, facial rejuvenation (face/neck lift, browlift, eye lift), otoplasty (repair of prominent ears, ear lobe repair), and hair restoration surgery (hair transplant). 

Dr. Krane’s goal is to take a holistic approach to patient care by optimizing health and wellness to improve postoperative outcomes and patient satisfaction. She has authored many peer-reviewed publications and regularly presents her research at the leading academic meetings.

Otolaryngology Grand Rounds Schedule

Full Detailed Schedule
Grand Rounds is currently being held Via WebEx. 

Monday, March 28th

7:00 – 7:30am
Role of Secondary and Tertiary Lymphoid Organs in Head and Neck Cancers and Immunotherapy Response
Ferdinando Pucci, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Cell, Developmental and Cancer Biology
Department of Otolaryngology
Oregon Health and Science University

7:30 – 8:00am
Expanded Endonasal Approach to Skull Base
Jee-Hong Kim, M.D.
Rhinology Fellow
Department of Otolaryngology
Oregon Health and Science University

8:00 – 8:30am
Otology Case Management
Kristin Kraimer, M.D.
Resident Physician
Department of Otolaryngology
Oregon Health and Science University

8:30 – 9:00am

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Otolaryngology News

Join us in congratulating Dr. Myriam Loyo-Li and Dr. Ryan Li on their promotions to Associate Professor! This is an amazing achievement and we wish them both continued success and growth in their fields and department!

Dr. Loyo is also the recipient of the AAO-HNST Bobby Alford Endowed Research Award for 2021. The Bobby Alford Endowed Research Award is given by the the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF). She received this award for her project titled "Unilateral Peak Nasal Inspiratory Flow in Nasal Obstruction". The goal of the project is to study how patients symptoms of nasal obstruction compare to nasal incentive spirometer, which is a non-invasive test to measure breathing. By measuring nasal flow, we can better understand how to help patients breath better.

Hatfield Research Center

Oregon Hearing Research Center, a part of OHSU's Department of Otolaryngology, was recently featured in the Oregon Business Journal. The Center is the second-largest hearing research institute in the United States and focuses on the mechanisms and treatments for hearing loss involving the inner ear.
The Center's path-breaking work helps our clinicians to stay at the absolute forefront of our field, and the challenges faced by our patients motivates the Center's scientists to identify and solve the most critical problems facing people with hearing loss.