A native of Florida, Dr. Stacey Tutt Gray attended the University of Miami for her undergraduate training in Biology. She subsequently matriculated to Georgetown University school, followed by residency training in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Harvard. She completed a fellowship year in Edoscopic Sinus and Skull Base Surgery with Dr. Ralph Metson at Massachusetts Eye and Ear in 2005. She has been in Practice at Massachusetts Eye and Ear for the last 15 years and currently serves as the Director of the Sinus Center. She has worked as the residency program director for the Harvard Otolaryngology training program since 2011 and was recently appointed Vice Chair of Education for the Department of Otolaryngology. She also serves as Associate Fellowship Director for the Endoscopic Sinus and Skill Base Surgery fellowship at MEE. Her research interests include patient reported outcomes in rhinology, as well as resident education.