Ian Humphreys, D.O., is a surgeon at the UW Head and Neck Surgery Center and a UW assistant professor of Otolaryngology and a member of the UW Division of Rhinology & Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery.
Dr. Humphreys is expert in treating chronic inflammatory diseases of the nose and sinuses, smell disorders, nose bleeds, nasal breathing and sinonasal tumors. He believes it is truly an honor and gift to partner with patients on their journey of health.
Dr. Humphreys earned his medical degree from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine where he graduate with summa cum laude and Psi Sigma Alpha distinctions.
Dr. Humphreys is interested in clinical outcomes and quality of life in chronic sinus disease as well as the development of novel therapeutic treatment options. Currently, he is collaborating with colleagues at Stanford University on several research studies.
Dr. Humphreys is originally from Pennsylvania and is excited to call Washington his new home. He has a passion for humanitarian medical care and has served in locations such as the American Southwest, Nigeria and Cambodia. He is married and enjoys travel, hiking, mountaineering and boating.