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Julina Ongkasuwan, MD, FAAP, FACS
- Texas Medical Center
Director, Pediatric Voice Clinic
Texas Children's Hospital
Associate Professor, Baylor College of Medicine
|University of California-San Francisco||fellowship||Laryngology||2011|
|Baylor College of Medicine||fellowship||Pediatric Otolaryngology||2010|
|Baylor College of Medicine||residency||Otolaryngology-Head/Neck Surg||2009|
|Baylor College of Medicine||internship||General Surgery||2005|
|University of Maryland School of Medicine||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||2004|
Dr. Ongkasuwan is the Director of the Pediatric Voice Clinic at Texas Children’s Hospital. She is dual fellowship trained in both Pediatric Otolaryngology and Laryngology (care of professional voice). When she joined the faculty in 2011, she founded the Texas Children’s Hospital Aerodigestive Program and the Swallow Disorders Clinic.
These multidisciplinary programs allow clinicians from multiple specialties to easily work together to coordinate care for patients. Dr. Ongkasuwan’s goal is to help children grow, thrive, express themselves, and find their voices.
Dr. Ongkasuwan’s clinical focus is voice, airway, and swallowing disorders in both adults and children. This narrow scope of practice has allowed her to develop a nationally renown expertise in disorders of the pediatric larynx in particular.
A primary focus of Dr. Ongkasuwan’s research has been on finding less invasive ways to examine the pediatric larynx. She has published ground breaking, grant supported, research on laryngeal ultrasound as wall as transoral laryngoscopy in children.
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|Alpha Omega Alpha||Member|
|American Academy of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery||Member|
|American Academy of Pediatrics, Specialty Fellow in Otolaryngology||Member|
|American Board of Otolaryngology||Member|
|American Broncho-Esophagological Society||Member|
|American Laryngologic Society||Member|
|Harris County Medical Society||Member|
|Houston Otolaryngology Society||Member|
|Texas Medical Association||Member|
Ambrose E, Ongkasuwan J, Dedhia K, Diercks G, Anne S, Raol NP. A national analysis of vocal fold movement impairment in children undergoing congenital cardiac surgery in the United States. JAMA Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 2018 May 1;144(5):406-412.
Chen D, Liou E, Ongkasuwan J. Early Versus Late Inpatient Injection Laryngoplasty for Postoperative Vocal Fold Movement Impairment After Thoracic Aortic Repair. Laryngoscope 2018 Jan;128(1):144-147.
Ha TN, Goyal M, Ongkasuwan J. Duration of Tracheostomy Dependence and Development of Tracheocutaneous Fistula in Children. Laryngoscope 2017 Dec;127(12):2709-2712.
Liu YC, McElwee T, Rosenberg TL, Musso MF, Ongkasuwan J. The reliability of flexible nasolaryngoscopy in the identification of vocal fold movement impairment in young infants. International Journal Pediatric Otorhinolaryngoogy 2017 Sep;100:157-159.
Liu YC, Varier I, Ongkasuwan J. The Use of Audiometric Measurement for Assessment of Vocal Fold Function in Post-Extubation Infants. JAMA Otolaryngology Head Neck Surgery 2017 Sep 1;143(9):908-911.
Dang J, Liou E, Ongkasuwan J. Anticoagulation and Antiplatelet Therapy in Awake Transcervical Injection Laryngoplasty. Laryngoscope. 2017 Aug;127(8):1850-1854.
Ongkasuwan J, Ocampo E, Tran B. Triological Society Candidate Thesis: Laryngeal Ultrasound and Vocal Fold Movement in the Pediatric Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit. Laryngoscope 2017 Jan;127(1):167-172.
Ongkasuwan J, Devore D, Hollas S, Jones J, Tran B. Laryngeal Ultrasound and Pediatric Vocal Fold Nodules. Laryngoscope 2017 Mar;127(3):676-678.
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