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Posts by Phillip C. Song, MD


Mass Eye and Ear Laryngology Division Director Dr. Phillip Song is a board-certified otolaryngology–head and neck surgeon who specializes in laryngology, voice and swallowing disorders, and neurolaryngology.

Dr. Song has been an invited speaker at national and international meetings and has published several peer-reviewed papers in the field. He serves as the Curriculum Committee Chair for the Harvard Combined Residency Program and has held teaching positions at local institutions including Boston University and Emerson College.

In 2015, Dr. Song was the recipient of the William Montgomery Award for Excellence in Teaching, which is presented by the graduating class of medical residents to a medical staff member who has been instrumental during their training.

Dr. Song’s clinical and research interests include laryngology, neurolaryngology, voice and swallowing disorders, and botulinum toxin treatment.

Mass Eye and Ear/Mass General Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery

A teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, Mass Eye and Ear/Massachusetts General Hospital combines the expertise of highly specialized ear, nose, and throat physicians, audiologists, speech-language pathologists and auxiliary health care professionals to provide care for patients with problems affecting the ear, nose, throat, head and neck areas. The department, which is led by Chief and Chair Mark A. Varvares, MD, FACS, is one of the largest otolaryngology–head and neck surgery (OHNS) departments in the country, with more than 70 physicians staffed at 15 locations in the greater Boston area.