Alan H Shikani MD, FASC is elected President of the Crowe Johns Hopkins Alumni ENT Society, 2014-2017

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The purpose of the Johns Hopkins Crowe Society is: To assist The Johns Hopkins residents in training in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the Johns Hopkins University and to achieve excellence by supporting their research and educational activities. To advance the art and science of otolaryngology by promoting educational, scientific, and community […]

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Impact of the Shikani-El Hibri Prize for Discovery & Innovation

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“Thank you. By supporting our faculty, you provided them opportunities to improve health locally and worldwide. We are forever grateful for the legacy you have created at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.” – Dean Ellen MacKenzie, PhD ’79, MSc ’75 Awarded to full-time JHSPH professorial or scientist faculty members, at any rank, who […]

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The Shikani-El Hibri Prize for Discovery & Innovation at Johns Hopkins

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In 2014, Alan H. Shikani, MD, founder and president of the Maryland ENT Center, and Fuad El-Hibri, founder and chair of Emergent BioSolutions established the Shikani/El Hibri Prize for Discovery & Innovation at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH). This annual $10,000 prize recognizes excellence in the laboratory sciences and discoveries that have […]

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Baltimore Ravens

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As the official medical team of the Baltimore Ravens, the Union Memorial Hospital offers the region’s best in sports medicine, doctors and services. In his position of chief of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Union Memorial Hospital, Dr. Shikani is the Otolaryngologist of the Baltimore Ravens team. He has treated several of the Ravens NFL […]

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Discover & Innovation Technology

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Dr. Shikani has made numerous inventions which are currently on the market and have to date improved the lives of countless ENT patients. Dr. Shikani currently holds twenty patents in his name, either individually or as a co-inventor, and he has co-founded a bio-tech company start-up the Airway Company which manufactures speaking valves for tracheotomy patients. Dr. […]

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IFOS, South Korea

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Dr. Shikani was invited to Seoul, South Korea on June 1-5, 2013, by the International federation of Oto- Rhino-laryngological Societies, to be the Chair and Moderator of a seminar on “Topical Therapy for Chronic Rhinosinusitis” and also to be present their novel research paper on “In-Office Balloon Sinuplasty, the new Frontier for treatment of Nasal […]

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Maryland Nose and Sinus Center Rhinology Fellowship Program

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Dr. Shikani established the Maryland Nose and Sinus Center Rhinology Fellowship Program in Baltimore in 2006; since then numerous rhinology fellows have applied from the US and from different areas of the world to come and train with us, including applicants from Lebanon, Switzerland, Syria, Greece, Jordan, Ireland, Israel, Qatar and India. Some of our […]

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Alan Shikani MD FACS as TOP DOC

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Dr. Shikani is the director of the Maryland Nose and Sinus Center and Rhinology Fellowship Program. Since 2006, fellows have some from different areas of the world and spent an entire year training in rhinology under Dr. Shikani’s tutelage. About Dr. Alan Shikani: Alan H. Shikani, MD, FACS, FARS: clinician, researcher, teacher and inventor is […]

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What is Balloon Sinuplasty, and Do I Need One?

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Many people with chronic sinus pain usually accept the pain as part of their life. They may try to manage the unpleasant symptoms with either medication or sinus surgery. But taking medications can come with unwanted side effects. Undergoing a traditional sinus procedure may mean spending a long time recovering, and it might not be […]

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