Department Otorhino­laryngology


About us Ear Nose Throat (ENT)

This department is recognized for its care of patients with head and neck diseases. Such excellence is rooted in research. Research is the catalyst that keeps us striving for a better understanding of disease which ultimately may lead to better delivery of care and improved patient outcomes.

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About us Ear Nose Throat (ENT)

This department is recognized for its care of patients with head and neck diseases. Such excellence is rooted in research. Research is the catalyst that keeps us striving for a better understanding of disease which ultimately may lead to better delivery of care and improved patient outcomes.

Our basic studies are aimed at detecting genes and associated proteins which are involved in hereditary hearing impairment, as well as unraveling the function of these proteins. Our clinical studies address ways of controlling head and neck diseases and assess the impact of treatment on the lives of patient. And our translational research projects may help to bridge gaps between basic studies and clinical initiatives.

Our fields of interest include:

  • head and neck oncology 
  • hearing and genes
  • hearing and implants
  • facial surgery
  • audiology

Contact

Henri Marres PhD
+31 (0)24 361 35 06
head of department

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Our researchers Otorhino­­laryngology

A list of researchers connected to this department.

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Research groups Otorhino­­laryngology

Discover some of our research that is related to otorhino­laryngology.

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Themes


Hearing & Genes expertise center

The expertise center Hearing & Genes performs specialist (genetic) diagnostics for various forms of hearing impairment.

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Hearing & Implants for patients

The center Hearing & Implants can help when a normal hearing aid does not give enough speech comprehension. They offer solutions for various types of hearing loss.

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Radboud Institute for Health Sciences

This department is affiliated with RIHS. The research at this institute aims to improve clinical practice and public health.

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Donders Institute for brain, cognition and behaviour

This department is affiliated with the Donders Institute. Their mission is to carry out world class research that advances our knowledge on how the nervous system develops and functions and how it is altered by disease, injury, genetic, and environmental factors like stress.

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Patient care

This department also offers patient care.

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Getting there

Entrance: Radboudumc, West entrance (ingang West)
Route: 377

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Getting there

Visiting address

Philips van Leydenlaan 15
6525EX Nijmegen

Directions

Go to Philips van Leydenlaan 15
Enter building at: Radboudumc, West entrance (ingang West)
Follow route 377
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