Otology and Neurotology
We are committed to providing comprehensive medical and surgical care to patients with a wide range of otologic and neurotologic disease, including chronic otitis media (cholesteatomas, tympanic membrane perforations), otosclerosis and conductive hearing loss, sensorineural hearing loss, vestibular disorders and Meniere’s disease, facial nerve paralysis and facial nerve tumors, and temporal bone/skull base tumors such as vestibular schwannomas and paragangliomas (glomus tumors). We offer bone-anchored hearing aids and maintain an active cochlear implant program.
Meet our Otology/Neurotology Team at Rutgers New Jersey Medical
Robert Jyung, MD. He is the Director of Otology/Neurotology at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and is certified by the American
Board of Otolaryngology. Previously, he was working in Boston, where he was a
faculty member at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, a teaching hospital
for Harvard Medical School. He has extensive experience
in all aspects of temporal bone surgery, with medical expertise in cholesteatoma, chronic otitis media, facial nerve surgery, otosclerosis and stapedctomy, hearing, cochlear implants, Bone-anchored Hearing Aids, glomus tumors, acoustic neuromas and Meniere's disease.
Yu-Lan Mary Ying, MD Dr. Ying completed her undergraduate
studies in chemical engineering at MIT before graduating with distinction in
research from Stony Brook School of Medicine, which included a year-long Howard
Hughes scholarship at the NIH. She then finished her otolaryngology residency
at the University of Pittsburgh, followed by a fellowship with the Pittsburgh
Ear Associates and then a neurotology fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine
in Houston. She brings a wealth of surgical experience and expertise in
vestibular disorders, cholesteatoma, chronic otitis media, facial nerve surgery, otosclerosis and stapedctomy, cochlear implants, Bone-anchored Hearing Aids, glomus tumors, acoustic neuromas and Meniere's disease.