Welcome to the Yale Larynx Laboratory
The Yale Larynx Laboratory was founded by John A. Kirchner M.D. in 1967. Between 1975-2021, this laboratory has been in continuous operation under the direction of Clarence T. Sasaki M.D., Charles W. Ohse Professor. Since April 2021, Benjamin L. Judson, M.D. has been the laboratory Principal Investigator. Since its start, the Yale Larynx Lab has been funded by the National Institutes of Health and by endowments of grateful patients.
Major research groups include:
- Larynx Physiology Group
- Larynx Neoplasia Group
Issue 1: A Clinical Review of "Supraglottic Carcinoma"
Issue 2: A Clinical Review of "Early Tongue Cancer"
Issue 3: A Clinical Review of "Zenker’s Diverticulum"
Issue 4: A Clinical Review of "Osteoradionecrosis"
Issue 5: A Clinical Review of "Benign Vocal Polyps, Nodules Granulomas: What not to do"
Issue 6: A Clinical Review "Behold the Inlet Patch!"
Issue 7: A Clinical Review of "Paraganglioma of the Head and Neck"
Issue 8: A Clinical Review of "Plunging Ranula: (Another) Great Masquerader"
Issue 9: A Clinical Review of "Chyle Fistula"
Issue 10: A Clinical Review of "Cancer of the Anterior Glottic Commissure"
Issue 11: Zenker’s Diverticulum: Toward a Unified Understanding of its Etiopathogenesis"
Issue 12: Management of Radio-recurrent Cancer of the Vocal Cord"