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  • Bio

    Dr. Shapiro is an NJ native who was born and grew up in northern NJ. Before joining the faculty at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School He completed medical school at the University of Maryland where he graduated cum laude and was induced into the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. He completed his ENT surgery residency at WVU Ruby Memorial Hospital. He was then was selected for and completed the prestigious fellowship in neurotology and skull base surgery at the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

    Dr. Shapiro has received several awards for both clinical care and research. He regularly gives lectures to both practicing ENT physicians and trainees, and has written over 30 research articles and book chapters. He holds several national leadership positions in national organizations such as ah the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Implantable Hearing Devices Committee and the Hearing Committees.

    Philosophy of Care:

    Dr. Shapiro is a nationally recognized expert in the diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss, vestibular disorders, chronic ear disease, otosclerosis, and skull base tumors in children and adults. He has extensive experience with cochlear implants, vestibular schwannoma microsurgical resection, chronic ear surgery, bone conduction implants, cerebrospinal fluid leak repair, and third window inner ear disorders in both children and adults; though he believes in a conservative approach, only performing surgery when the benefits clearly outweigh the risks.

    Clinical Interests

    -Hearing Loss in Adults and Children

    -Skull base tumors (e.g., vestibular schwannoma/acoustic neuroma, NF2, neurofibroma, schwannoma)

    -Dizziness and Balance disorders

    -Congenital hearing loss

    -Superior semicircular canal dehiscence

    -Recurrent or chronic ear infection

    -Eustachian tube dysfunction

    -Cholesteatoma and chronic otitis media

    -Aural atresia

    -Facial nerve disorders

    -Cerebrospinal fluid leak

    -Genetic hearing losses and inner ear malformations

  • Medical School

    University of Maryland School of Medicine

    Residency

    WVU Ruby Memorial Hospital

    Fellowship

    University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

    Board Certification

    Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Neurotology

    Publications
    • Title:Quantification of Fat Graft Retention in the Translabyrinthine Approach Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging Volumetric Analysis
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      Description:Quantification of Fat Graft Retention in the Translabyrinthine Approach Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging Volumetric Analysis. Otology & Neurotology. July 1, 2023..
    • Title:Subtemporalis Muscle Middle Cranial Fossa Bone-Island Craniotomy Technique for Placement of an Active Transcutaneous Bone-Conduction Implant
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      Description:Subtemporalis Muscle Middle Cranial Fossa Bone-Island Craniotomy Technique for Placement of an Active Transcutaneous Bone-Conduction Implant. Otology & Neurotology. Jan 1, 2023.
    • Title:Vestibular Nerve Section via Middle Cranial Fossa Approach
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      Description:Vestibular Nerve Section via Middle Cranial Fossa Approach. Otology & Neurotology. April 1, 2022.
    • Title:Predictive Effect of Bone Conduction Pattern on Hearing Outcomes of Stapes Surgery
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      Description:Predictive Effect of Bone Conduction Pattern on Hearing Outcomes of Stapes Surgery. Otology & Neurotology. March 1, 2022.
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