To describe the causes of hearing loss associated with various craniofacial conditions
To discuss non-surgical and surgical options for the management of hearing loss associated with craniofacial conditions
To emphasize the importance of early intervention in management of hearing loss in individuals with a craniofacial condition
Dr. Randall A. Bly, MD
Associate Professor Pediatric Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery Seattle Children’s Hospital University of Washington School of Medicine
Randall Bly, MD, is an integral member of the Seattle Children’s Craniofacial Center with a special interest in cleft palate, aural atresia, microtia, and complex airway management. With a background in mechanical engineering, he also serves as affiliate faculty through the UW College of Engineering.
Dr. Bly leads a group of surgeon-scientists and engineers at the BioRobotics lab where the team collaborates on designing cutting edge innovations in the surgery. Dr. Bly’s research interests include surgical planning and investigations on how surgeons and engineers plan, guide, and analyze surgery.
Aijiana Zanders, AuD, is a pediatric audiologist at Seattle Children’s Hospital. She has been a part of the Seattle Children’s Hospital Craniofacial Clinic since 2021, where she performs hearing evaluations and manages hearing devices for children of all ages. Her mission is to partner with patients, families, and professionals to provide services and resources to maximize each child’s hearing and communication potential. Aijiana is passionate about collaborating with professionals of various disciplines to enhance clinical practice for patients and their families.
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