BiographyJames O. Phillips, Ph.D., is a UW research associate professor of Head and Neck Surgery, adjunct research associate professor of Speech and Hearing Services and director of UW Medicine’s Dizziness and Balance Center.
Dr. Phillips feels the UW provides an extraordinary environment for research, teaching and clinical practice where he can participate in translational research, study motor and sensory function in humans and use basic biological models. He also thinks it is pretty great that he can see patients in the clinic and teach undergraduates, graduate students and residents and collaborate with some of the finest researchers in the world.
Dr. Phillips earned his Ph.D. at the UW. He has an extensive research program that includes affiliations with the UW's Human Interface Technology Laboratory, the UW Autism Center, Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center, the Center for Integrative Brain Research at Children's Hospital and the Washington National Primate Research Center.
Univ. of Washington
Medical education, 1993, Psychology/Physiology
UW - Dept. of Physiology & Biophysics
Fellowship, Physiology And Biophysics