Steven M. Zeitels is the Eugene B. Casey Professor of Laryngeal Surgery at Harvard & Director of the MGH Center for Laryngeal Surgery and Voice Rehabilitation. He has contributed >200 publications & videos, >300 papers & lectures & has been a visiting professor at >30 institutions including Memorial Sloan Kettering, Columbia Univ. Medical School & Univ. of Pittsburgh. He has served on the editorial board of 5 journals, has designed >20 new laryngeal & pharyngeal procedures & holds 3 laryngoscope patents. Dr. Zeitels has received >50 awards & honored lectureships including the Casselberry Award of the American Laryngological Association, which was only awarded 24 times in the 20th century. His work has been featured in the Harvard Medical Alumni Journal, Harvard Magazine & the BU Alumni Journal. It has also been discussed extensively in the other print, radio and television media: [e.g. Good Morning America, Today Show, ABC World News, Wall Street Journal, NY & London Times, NPR, BBC, National Geographic, Boston Globe]. Dr. Zeitels conceived and directs the Voice Restoration Research Program, which is a collaborative effort of investigators at HMS, MGH, MIT and Julie Andrews. He has served as President of the American Broncho-Esophagological Association. In 2004, the first endowed Chair in Laryngeal Surgery at Harvard Medical was created for him while he re-established a Laryngeal Surgery service at the MGH, which had not been present since the 1920's. Dr. Zeitels was a member of the 1st class of BU Trustee Scholars, attended the BU 6-year medical program and graduated the BU Medical School in 1982. He completed the BU-Tufts Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery Residency in 1987 and a Head & Neck Cancer Fellowship at BU & VAMC in 1988. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the BU School of Medicine in 2007.
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