Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center

April 12, 2019

Greg E. Davis, MD, MPH

Greg E. Davis, MD, MPH

Associate Professor
Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery

gedavis@uw.edu

Research Areas: Olfaction
Research Interests: Toplical therapies for chronic rhinosinusitis, olfactory function in autism spectrum disorders
Primary
Methodologies:
Clinical outcomes research
Work Summary: I am a clinician scientist in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. I sub-specialize in rhinology which includes treating sinus disease, olfactory dysfunction and skull base tumors. I have a focused research interest in disorders related to chronic rhinosinusitis, skull base disorders and olfactory dysfunction. I have performed clinical trials related to chronic sinus disease and depression as well as several randomized trials related to topical therapies for chronic rhinosinusitis and also the impact of sinus irrigations on olfactory function. I completed a 5 year KL2 award (5KL2RR025015-02). Prior to my K award, I trained formally in clinical outcomes research on a T32 grant (DC00018-20) for two years at the University of Washington where I earned my Masters in Public Health degree in Epidemiology.
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