In the fourth and final episode of CRS with/without Nasal Polyps Podcast Series: Shared Decision-Making, Jennifer Villwock, MD will bring together the 3 speakers from the previous 3 podcasts in this series to discuss their approaches to shared decision-making with…
CRS with/without Nasal Polyps Podcast Series: From Immune Pathways to Clinical Practice
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In the first episode of CRS with/without Nasal Polyps Podcast Series: From Immune Pathways to Clinical Practice, Jennifer Villwock, MD will be speaking with Joshua Levy, MD, MPH about how to better understand immune pathways associated with chronic rhinosinusitis with/without nasal polyps and how this might influence diagnosis, disease presentation and course of disease. Dr. Villwock is an Associate Professor, Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Kansas University Medical Center and Chief of Otolaryngology, Kansas City Veterans Affairs Hospital. Dr. Levy is Associate Professor of Otolaryngology and Director of Resident research in the Emory Department of Otolaryngology, Emory School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Joshua M. Levy, MD, MPH
Dr. Levy is a board-certified otolaryngologist who practices in an academic setting at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA. He is originally from Maryland and went to Cornell University for his undergraduate degree. He completed his medical and public health education at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA, where he also completed his residency in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery. He then completed a fellowship in rhinology at Oregon Health & Science University. He is an assistant professor of otolaryngology and director of resident research at Emory. His research is supported by several industry, foundation and NIH awards, and involves exploration of biologics for allergic fungal rhinosinusitis, as well as the role of endogenous cannabinoids in aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease. Josh lives in the Atlanta area with his wife and daughter Margot.
Jennifer Villwock, MD, FAAOA
Kansas City, KS
Dr. Jennifer Villwock is a board-certified otolaryngologist and fellow of the AAOA. She attended medical school at the Michigan State University – College of Human Medicine and residency at SUNY-Upstate in Syracuse, NY. Dr. Villwock is currently an associate professor and associate residency program director at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Her academic interests include olfaction and sinonasal disease. She is also passionate about medical education from the undergraduate level to continuing education. Dr. Villwock’s outside interests include “gardening” aka (according to her husband) digging up perfectly good lawn and then neglecting what she plants there instead.