David E. Rosow, M.D.
- Office: 305-243-2587
- Fax: 305-243-2009
- American Board of Otolaryngology
- Assistant Professor, Clinical Vocal Performance
- Director, Laryngology and Vocal Health
- Director, Performing Arts Program
Care of the professional voice, laryngeal papillomatosis, laryngeal cancer, vocal fold nodules, vocal fold cysts, vocal fold polyps, vocal fold hemorrhage, vocal fold paralysis, spasmodic dysphonia, laryngeal stenosis, tracheal stenosis, swallowing disorders
Clinical outcome studies in benign and malignant laryngeal disease, airway reconstruction, laryngeal surgical techniques, vocal fold paralysis, spasmodic dysphonia.
Presidential Citation for Foreign Body Management, American Broncho-Esophagological Association
Otolaryngologist of the Year, Florida Society of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
Massachusetts General Hospital
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Harvard Medical School
Dr. David E. Rosow is a board certified Otolaryngologist/Head and Neck Surgeon and a fellowship trained Laryngologist. He graduated from Harvard College with a B.A. in Chemistry and earned his M.D. from Harvard Medical School, both with honors. He is a classically trained violinist, was a member of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra for 9 years, and he has performed in venues such as New York’s Carnegie Hall and Boston’s Symphony Hall. He was also the Classical Music Director and a DJ for WHRB-FM, the radio home of the Metropolitan Opera in the Greater Boston area. Dr. Rosow completed a general surgery internship and the combined Otolaryngology residency program of Columbia and Cornell Universities at New York Presbyterian Hospital.
Following residency, Dr. Rosow returned to Harvard to complete a fellowship in laryngology and laryngeal surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital under the direction of Dr. Steven Zeitels.
Dr. Rosow then joined the faculty at the University of Miami in 2011 as an Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology. He collaborates frequently with the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami and maintains a secondary appointment as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Vocal Performance. His interests include care of the professional voice, treatment of neurological conditions of the larynx, benign and malignant conditions of the vocal folds, treatment of vocal fold paralysis, airway reconstruction, and swallowing disorders. He has a particular interest in both endoscopic and office-based approaches to laryngeal disorders, as well as the use of lasers to treat a variety of conditions.