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Angela M. Donaldson, M.D., studies inflammatory diseases of the nose and sinuses. She has a particular interest in aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease (AERD) and difficult-to-treat chronic sinusitis. She is also focused on comparing patient-reported symptom outcomes from different medication therapies used to treat patients with complex sinusitis.
Dr. Donaldson is trained in anterior skull base surgery and is interested in the sense of smell (olfaction) in patients undergoing skull base surgery. Her goal is to identify if changes in olfaction before or after surgery are associated with changes in cognition.
Dr. Donaldson's research focuses on better understanding the impact of medical therapy and optimal timing of therapy. Her goal is to provide evidence to support individualized care for each patient with sinonasal inflammatory disease. Dr. Donaldson's research will provide more accurate algorithms for identification and treatment of disease.
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