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Professor, UC Department of PediatricsUC Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery

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Biography

Director of the Hearing Impaired Clinic at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Charles M. Myer III, MD, has special interests in general pediatric otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat), head and neck tumors, airway problems, congenital abnormalities and sinus disease.

Author of numerous scientific articles, Dr. Myer is also the co-author of A Practical Approach to Pediatric Otolaryngology, Practical Pediatric Otolaryngology.

Dr. Myer is president of the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology.

Clinical Interests

Medical education; general pediatric otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat); head and neck tumors; airway problems; congenital abnormalities; sinus disease

Academic Affiliation

Professor, UC Department of PediatricsUC Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery

Divisions

Otolaryngology ENT, Aerodigestive and Sleep, Otolaryngology

My Locations

My Education

BA: Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 1975.

MD: University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL, 1978.

Residency: Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, OH; University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 1980 to 1984.

Fellowship: Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, PA, 1984 to 1985.

Certification: Diplomate, American Board of Otolaryngology, 1984.

My Publications

Efficacy of commercial nasal bridle use in reducing feeding tube dislodgements in pediatric patients following double stage laryngotracheoplasty. Mayes, T; Brumbaugh, C; Vitolo, S; Buchert, M; Tabangin, M; Myer, C. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 2020; 132:109979-109979.

In RRP, serologic response to HPV is frequently absent and slow to develop. Buchinsky, FJ; Ruszkay, N; Valentino, W; Derkay, CS; McClay, JE; Bastian, RW; Myer, CM; Lollar, KW; Guris, D. PLoS ONE. 2020; 15:e0230106-e0230106.

Are Standardized Letters of Recommendation in Residency Applications Correlated With Objective Data?. Tang, AL; Howard, JJ M; Singh, E; Tabangin, ME; Wang, JC; Mye, CM; Altaye, M; Rohde, SL. Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development. 2019; 6:2382120519893976-238212051989397.

Age at diagnosis, but not HPV type, is strongly associated with clinical course in recurrent respiratory papillomatosis. Buchinsky, FJ; Valentino, WL; Ruszkay, N; Powell, E; Derkay, CS; Seedat, RY; Uloza, V; Dikkers, FG; Tunkel, DE; Choi, SS; et al. PLoS ONE. 2019; 14:e0216697-e0216697.

Maternity and paternity leave in otolaryngology residency training in the United States. Tang, AL; Miller, A; Hauff, S; Myer, CM; Takiar, V; Howell, RJ; Mark, JR. The Laryngoscope. 2019; 129:1093-1099.

Outcome measures for pediatric laryngotracheal reconstruction: International consensus statement. Balakrishnan, K; Sidell, DR; Bauman, NM; Bellia-Munzon, GF; Boesch, RP; Bromwich, M; Cofer, SA; Daines, C; de Alarcon, A; Garabedian, N; et al. The Laryngoscope. 2019; 129:244-255.

To transfuse or not to transfuse? Jehovah's Witnesses and postoperative hemorrhage in pediatric otolaryngology. Redmann, AJ; Schopper, M; Antommaria, AH M; Ragsdale, J; de Alarcon, A; Rutter, MJ; Hart, CK; Myer, CM. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 2018; 115:188-192.

Posttonsillectomy Hemorrhage in a Pediatric Jehovah's Witness and the Decision to Transfuse. Redmann, AJ; Schopper, M; Ragsdale, J; Rutter, MJ; Hart, CK; III, MC M. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery. 2018; 159:238-241.

The impact of a resident-run review curriculum and USMLE scores on the Otolaryngology in-service exam. Redmann, AJ; Tawfik, KO; Myer, CM. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 2018; 104:25-28.

Critical Airway Team: A Retrospective Study of an Airway Response System in a Pediatric Hospital. Sterrett, EC; Myer, CM; Oehler, J; Das, B; Kerrey, BT. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery. 2017; 157:1060-1067.