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All of our physicians are fellowship-trained in pediatric otolaryngology, which requires completion of an otolaryngology residency plus a minimum of one additional year of specialty training. This advanced training is focused completely on the unique diagnostic and treatment issues in children from birth to 18 years of age.
Matthew Brigger, M.D., M.P.H., Division Chief; Co-Director, Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship Program; Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery, UC San Diego
Seth M. Pransky, M.D., Director, Satellite Services; Clinical Professor of Surgery, UC San Diego
Anthony E. Magit, M.D., Director, Human Research Protections Program, UC San Diego; Clinical Professor of Surgery, UC San Diego
Daniela S. Carvalho, M.D., Department of Surgery Chair; Medical Director of Surgical Services; Director, Hearing Program; and Clinical Professor of Surgery, UC San Diego
Wen Jiang, M.D., Director, Pediatric Thyroid Clinic and Co-Director, Speech and Voice Clinic; Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery, UC San Diego
Shelby C. Leuin, M.D., Director, ENT Resident Training Program; Co-Director, Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship Program; Co-Director, Speech and Voice Clinic; Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, UC San Diego
Javan Nation, M.D., Co-Director, Complex Sleep Apnea Clinic, Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery, UC San Diego
Morgan, Bliss, M.D., Assistant Professor of Surgery, UC San Diego
Denise Lago, PA-C
Denise completed her undergraduate studies at UC San Diego in biochemistry and cell biology and earned her master’s in physician assistant studies at Western University of Health Sciences.
Denise knew she wanted to work with children, and during her rotation in pediatric otolaryngology at Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego, she decided that ENT was the place to be. There was also a personal reason. As a child, she had ear tubes placed, a tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy at age 7, and an earring backing removed.
Denise loves doing office procedures such as foreign body removals, frenotomies, and incision and drainage of abscesses.
She and her husband love to hike, cook, travel and listen to local music performances.
Nour is a former Fulbright U.S. Student Grant awardee. She plans to pursue a degree in medicine and is interested in becoming a pediatrician. Her other interests include public health in the U.S. and abroad, the Syrian refugee crisis and medical clinic development.
Nour is excited for the opportunity to hone her research skills while gaining exposure to different aspects of project management and public health.