Researchers in the Department of Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery are committed to improving the lives of patients, communities and colleagues through academic medicine. Our research contributions have resulted in major advancements in medical science and practice.
Expert faculty mentors
Otolaryngology researchers at Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida, include a diverse, multidisciplinary team of expert physician-scientists and administrators whose research interests range the breadth of otolaryngology. With access to cutting-edge opportunities and the dedicated support of the clinic and department, our faculty is motivated and productive and is finding answers to questions that have a direct impact on current and future patient care. As a result, trainees are equipped with the mentorship, resources, funding and time to pursue their research interests.
At Mayo Clinic, teams of experts are making groundbreaking discoveries in the Department of Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery to find new diagnostic and treatment options for the most challenging conditions, and provide tailored, coordinated, comprehensive care for thousands of patients each year.
Learn more about the Florida faculty members involved in teaching and mentoring:
- Joseph T. Breen, M.D.
- John D. Casler, M.D.
- Angela M. Donaldson, M.D.
- Jeffrey R. Janus, M.D.
- Deanna C. Menapace, M.D.
- Osarenoma U. Olomu, M.D.
- Samip Patel, M.D.
- Phillip Pirgousis, M.D., D.M.D.
- Amy L. Rutt, D.O.
Clinical research coordinator
The otolaryngology research team in Jacksonville also includes an exceptional clinical research coordinator. This individual helps develop research protocols and provides education to research trainees and fellows.
The clinical research coordinator works seamlessly with physician, nursing, scheduling and administrative teams to enroll patients in clinical trials, collect specimens, and provide the regulatory and documentation support necessary to maintain and run complex multidisciplinary clinical trials.