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Maroun Semaan

Maroun Semaan, MD, is an employee in the Department of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery/University Hospitals ENT Institute, with an attention on otology and neurotology. He is an academic administrator of otolaryngology and head and neck a medical procedure at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and is board guaranteed in otolaryngology and neurotology. A local of Beirut, Lebanon, Dr Semaan moved on from Saint Joseph University School of Medicine in 1999. He sought after residency preparing in otolaryngology and head and neck a medical procedure at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and an association in neurotology at the House Ear Clinic-University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Among numerous administrative roles, he filled in as head of the Division of Otology and Neurotology at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, overseer of the Cochlear Implant Program, and leader of the Northeast Ohio Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery Society. Dr Semaan has been reliably named by his patients and companions as perhaps America's best specialist and has been casted a ballot to Castle Connolly Top Doctors. All through his profession, Dr. Semaan created solid clinical skill in the administration of grown-up and pediatric hearing misfortune and careful hearing reclamation, including cochlear implantation and medical procedure of the parallel skull base. He is a functioning individual from numerous expert social orders, including the esteemed Triological Society. He fills in as an impromptu analyst for some public and worldwide otolaryngology diaries. Close by his bustling clinical practice, he is effectively associated with instructing and tutoring occupants and clinical understudies. He has been a welcomed speaker at public and worldwide gatherings. He has created and co-composed north of 50 distributions and reading material parts. His exploration advantages incorporate cochlear implantation, Meniere's sickness and vestibular schwannomas.
Maroun Semaan

Topic revision: r1 - 2022-01-23 - maroun5
 
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