Tanya Meyer, M.D.
Tanya K. Meyer, MD joined the University of Washington faculty in 2009 and is currently an Associate Professor on Otolaryngology. She trained at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and completed her fellowship in Laryngology at the New York Center for Voice and Swallowing Disorders. Her speciality is Neuro-laryngology, and she is an expert is diseases of the throat, voice, swallowing and airway.
Undergraduate Education: University of California, Los Angeles 1992
Medical School: University of California, San Deigo 1996
Internship: University of Rochester, Rochester NY 1997
Residency: Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee WI 2004
Fellowship: New York Center for Voice and Swallowing Disorders, New York City 2005
Other Training: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC 2000
Board Certification: Otolaryngology-HNS 2005
Memberships: American Academy of Head and Neck Surgery, Triologic Society, American Laryngological Association, American Broncho-Esophagological Association
Awards and honors
Faculty Teaching Award, Resident Teaching Award
AAO-HNSF Honor Award
Laryngology 2012 Oral Presentation
Regents & Alumni Scholar UCLA
Hamburger Research Award UCSD
Dr. Meyer's clinical interests include voice disorders, swallowing disorders, neurological diseases of the throat, upper-airway disorders, laryngeal cancer, vocal cord paralysis, Spasmodic Dysphonia.
Dr. Meyer's main research interests are in outcomes evaluation with regard to occupational voice disorders. She also is involved with the development of tracheal tissue engineered replacement for complex airway defects.
Meyer TK, Pisegna JM, Krisciunas GP, Pauloski BR, Langmore SE. Residue influences quality of life independently of penetration and aspiration in head and neck cancer survivors., Laryngoscope 2017 Jul; 127(7):1615-1621
Krisciunas GP, Castellano K, McCulloch TM, Lazarus CL, Pauloski BR, Meyer TK, Graner D, Van Daele DJ, Silbergleit AK, Crujido LR, Rybin D, Doros G, Kotz T, Langmore SE. Impact of Compliance on Dysphagia Rehabilitation in Head and Neck Cancer Patients: Results from a Multi-center Clinical Trial., Dysphagia 2017 Apr; 32(2):327-336
Valenzuela CV, Newbill CP, Johnston C, Meyer TK. Proliferative laryngitis with airway obstruction in an adult: Consider herpes., Laryngoscope 2016 Apr; 126(4):945-8
Caruso AM, Meyer TK, Allen CT. Hoarseness after metastatic colon cancer treatment., JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2014 Sep; 140(9):881-2