Greg Eldon Davis, M.D., M.P.H.
Dr. Davis, UW assistant professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, specializes in rhinology and anterior skull base surgery. He treats chronic sinusitis, nasal obstruction and skull-base rhinology disorders.
He believes that sinus surgery is useful when thorough medical therapy is no longer helpful. The goal of sinus surgery should be to ensure that medicine works if the patient develops another sinus infection. The sinus surgeon and patient should maintain a good relationship for years, including complete post-operative care and open lines of communication.
Rhinology and general otolaryngology.
He enjoys the Northwest's great outdoors during all seasons, including activities such as skiing, rock climbing and coaching baseball.
General otolaryngology and rhinology, including chronic sinusitis and skull-base rhinology.
He performs clinical outcomes research to investigate different factors that influence the impact of chronic sinusitis. He is also interested in olfactory (smelling) dysfunction and is developing a research program to help understand why some people lose their sense of smell.
Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology), Surgery
|UW - Dept. of Surgery
|UW - Dept. of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
|Univ. of Washington, School of Medicine
|Univ. of Washington
||Master Public Health
|American Board of Otolaryngology
|2009||Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare
|2007||KL2 Clinical Research Scholar career development award
|2006||Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare
|2004||First Place resident Clinical Research Award from American Academy of Otolaryngology