New UF Health Smell Disorders Program

Patients suffering from an inability to smell, soon will have an opportunity to seek help through a new University of Florida Health smell disorders program aimed at improving diagnosis and management of these conditions.

UF Otolaryngology 2017 Fall Update

September 16, 2017

The University of Florida Department of Otolaryngology will host a Fall Update CME program in conjunction with the University of Florida College of Medicine Alumni Weekend September 15-16, 2017.

A good night’s rest

Alisha Katz • July 17, 2017

For 21 years, Mark Scian never enjoyed a deep night’s sleep. His restless nights began to infringe on his personality and performance at school. With help from UF Health, Mark is now enjoying his improved quality of life.

UF Health Otolaryngology leads the way in offering a new surgical procedure for sleep apnea.

John D. Harwick, MD, FAAOA, was the first physician in North Central Florida to offer a new surgical procedure to treat obstructive sleep apnea.

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About the Department of Otolaryngology

The University of Florida Department of Otolaryngology is dedicated to providing the best possible care of ear, nose, & throat conditions, education of medical students, training of otolaryngology residents, and otolaryngologic research.

Center for Smell and Taste

UFCSTThe UF Center for Smell and Taste and UF Health will launch a smell disorders program in January to combine research and clinical expertise in the field. The smell disorders program will build a relationship between the Center for Smell and Taste, which focuses on research and public education, and UF Health, which will be able to connect clients to resources, research studies and support groups. Read more from the Gainesville Sun...

Visit the Center for Smell and Taste website.