Edward M. Weaver, M.D., M.P.H.
Ed grew up in Portland, Oregon and graduated in math and chemistry from the University of Oregon. He attended medical school and otolaryngology residency at Yale, where he met his wife, before returning to the Pacific Northwest. He completed a research fellowship at the University of Washington and stayed on faculty ever since. He enjoys sports, local theater, and spending time with his family of six (nine counting pets).
Undergraduate Education: University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 1988
Medical School: Yale University, New Haven, CT 1993
Internship: Yale University, General Surgery, New Haven, CT 1994
Residency: Yale University, Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, New Haven, CT 1998
Fellowship: University of Washington, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, Seattle, WA 2000
Other Training: Masters degree in Public Health, Health Services Research, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2000
Board Certification: Otolaryngology 1999, Sleep Medicine 2008
Memberships: American College of Surgeons, American Academy of Otolaryngology, American Academy of Sleep Medicine, International Surgical Sleep Society, and others.
Awards and honors
Phi Beta Kappa, Otolaryngology Research Teaching Award, American Academy of Otolaryngology Distinguished Service Award, Otolaryngology Resident Teaching Award
Comprehensive surgical care of snoring and sleep apnea.
Clinical Epidemiology and Outcomes Research, with a focus on sleep apnea.
Balakrishnan K, James KT, Weaver EM. Predicting CPAP Use and Treatment Outcomes Using Composite Indices of Sleep Apnea Severity., J Clin Sleep Med 2016 Jun; 12(6):849-54
Lam DJ, Weaver EM, Macarthur CJ, Milczuk HA, O'Neill E, Smith TL, Nguyen T, Shea SA. Assessment of pediatric obstructive sleep apnea using a drug-induced sleep endoscopy rating scale., Laryngoscope 2016 Jun; 126(6):1492-8
Levine CG, Davis GE, Weaver EM. Functional Comorbidity Index in chronic rhinosinusitis., Int Forum Allergy Rhinol 2016 Jan; 6(1):52-7
Dedhia RC, Kapur VK, Weaver EM. Excessive Dynamic Airway Collapse of the Lower Airway: A Cause for Persistent Sleep Disordered Breathing after Tracheostomy., J Clin Sleep Med 2015 Nov; 11(11):1337-9