I endeavor to establish a comfortable, supportive and professional relationship with patients to facilitate the diagnostic process and delivery of care. Equally important is patient education which allows their active participation in the development of a treatment plan. The full potential of my subspecialty is realized when integrated into a multidisciplinary plan. I work closely with Neurosurgery, Neurology, & Rehabilitation Therapy to coordinate treatments utilizing a variety of approaches.

Biography 

Larry Duckert has been on the faculty in the Department of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery for over 30 years. After his residency training at the University of Minnesota, where he also obtained a PhD, he began his career here in Seattle. He initially was the Director of Otolaryngology at Harborview Medical Center, leading trauma and facial plastic surgery care. He then underwent additional fellowship training at the University of Wurzburg in Germany in 1990, acquiring further specialization in Otologic and Neurotologic Surgery. He currently serves at the Medical Director of the Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery Center at the University of Washington Medical Center, focusing his practice on ear and skull base disease.

Overview 

Undergraduate Education: University of Minnesota, 1968

Medical School: University of Minnesota, 1972

Internship: General Surgery, VA Hospital, Minneapolis, MN, 1974

Residency: University of Minnesota, 1974

Fellowship: Otology & Neurotology, University of Wurzburg, Wurzburg, Germany, 1990

Other Training: Otologic Research, The Ohio State University, 1974

Board Certification: American Board of Otolaryngology, 1978

Awards and honors 

Clinical Medical Director, University of Washington Medical Center Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery Center

Academic interests 

CLINICAL INTERESTS

Middle Ear Reconstructive Surgery Otosclerosis Surgery Acoustic Tumors Skull Base Surgery

 

RESEARCH FOCUS

Clinical outcomes in Otologic Surgery.

 

Recent Publications

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