Howard W. Francis

Director, Professor of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at Johns Hopkins University

Location:
4940 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Company:
Johns Hopkins University
HQ Phone:
(410) 550-0100
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Last Updated 11/9/2017

General Information

Employment History

Instructor  - Institute for Cochlear Implant Training

Education

M.B.A.  - 

M.D.  - 

M.D.  - Johns Hopkins University

M.D. Award  - Department of Otolaryngology , Head and Neck Surgery

MBA  - Medical Services Management , Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

MBA  - medical services management , Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University

bachelor's degree  - University of Southern California

medical degree  - Harvard Medical School

Web References  

Cochlear Implant Training with Dr. Thomas Balkany and Distinguished Instructors

Howard Francis, MD
Dr. Howard W. Francis is professor and deputy director of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck surgery at Johns Hopkins University where he specializes in Otology and Neurotology and directs the Johns Hopkins Listening Center. He obtained his medical education from the Harvard Medical School and his Internship, residency and fellowship training at Johns Hopkins. His research interests include the evaluation of best practices of acoustic neuroma treatment, the study of functional outcomes of cochlear implantation in young children and older adults, and the study of best practices in surgical education.

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Board of Advisors and Faculty | Essential Seminars for Physicians

Howard Francis, M.D.,M.B.A.
Dr. Howard W. Francis is a Professor and Division Chief of Head and Neck Surgery and Communication Sciences at the Duke University Medical School. Previously he is the deputy director and leads the residency program. He is a Neurotologist with special expertise and interests in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the ear and skull base. His areas of academic interest include biological mechanisms of cochlear dysfunction in aging, the implications of cochlear implantation on childhood development and processes for continuous improvement in trainee competence and practice. After completing his high-school education in Jamaica, and his bachelor's degree at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, he earned his medical degree from the Harvard Medical School and completed his internship, residency and fellowship training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He has an MBA in Medical Services Management from the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. He received the Neurostereology of Aging Award the George T. Nager, M.D. Award for Excellence in Teaching, from the Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Most recently, he was honored for his two-year service as inaugural director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Ambulatory Quality and Patient Safety Task Force (AQPS).

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Board of Advisors and Faculty | Essential Seminars for Physicians

Howard Francis, M.D.,M.B.A.
Dr. Howard W. Francis is an Associate Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery where he is the deputy director and leads the residency program. He is a Neurotologist at the Johns Hopkins Hospital with special expertise and interests in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the ear and skull base. He is a member of the cochlear implant team of the Johns Hopkins Listening Center and is director of the Johns Hopkins Temporal Bone Micro-Surgical Laboratory. His areas of academic interest include biological mechanisms of cochlear dysfunction in aging, the implications of cochlear implantation on childhood development and processes for continuous improvement in trainee competence and practice. After completing his high-school education in Jamaica, and his bachelor's degree at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, he earned his medical degree from the Harvard Medical School and completed his internship, residency and fellowship training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He recently earned an MBA in Medical Services Management from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. He received the Neurostereology of Aging Award the George T. Nager, M.D. Award for Excellence in Teaching, from the Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Most recently, he was honored for his two-year service as inaugural director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Ambulatory Quality and Patient Safety Task Force (AQPS).

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