Rutgers Rhinology, Sinus Surgery, and Skull Base Surgery
The Department of Otolaryngology provides comprehensive care for disorders arising from the nose, sinuses and skull base. With our expert care and state of the art equipment with image guidance, we are able to treat patients with a wide variety of pathology. Our physicians can treat issues related to nasal obstruction, bacterial or fungal rhinosinusitis, nasal allergy, benign or malignant sinonasal or skull base tumors, cerebrospinal fluid leaks (CSF). The Department of Otolaryngology is linked very closely with the Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery at Rutgers NJ Medical School and together we form the Neurological Institute of New Jersey.
We provide state of the art surgical treatment using advanced techniques and devices, which include endoscopic sinus surgery, powered instrumenation, balloon sinuplasty and computer image guided sinus and skull base surgery.
We also work very closely with other Rutgers faculty in the Departments of Pulmonary, Allergy and Immunology, Infectious Diseases, and Neurosurgery to provide the best available and comprehensive management for patients with sinus and nasal disorders.
Meet our Rhinology and Skull Base Team at Rutgers NJ Medical School
Jean Anderson Eloy, MD. He is a Rhinologist/Skull Base Surgeon who completed his fellowship in rhinology and skull base surgery at the Univeristy of Miami in Florida. His clinical interests are treating patients with skull base tumors that extend into the cranial vault. He works in close collaboration with both his partner Dr. Hsueh and Dr. Liu in the department of Neurosurgery for these complex cases. He also has tremendous experience treating sinusitis and allergic rhinitis both medically and surgically.
Wayne D. Hsueh, MD. A Rhinologist/Skull Base Surgeon who completed his fellowship in rhinology and skull base surgery at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. He is specifically trained in endoscopic and minimally invasive techniques for approaching and repairing the skull base. He works in close collaboration with both his partner Dr. Eloy and Dr. Liu in the department of Neurosurgery for these complex cases. He also has extensive experience in treating medical conditions such as sinusitis, nasal polyps, allergy, and nasal congestion, and nose bleeds.
James K. Liu, MD. He is a Neurosurgeon and is in the Department of Neurosurgery at Rutgers. Dr. Liu is renowned for his treatment of complex brain tumors and skull base lesions, including pituitary tumors, acoustic neuromas, meningiomas, and chordomas. As a fellowship trained skull base and cerebrovascular neurosurgeon, Dr. Liu performs the most innovative surgical techniques, including in minimally invasive endonasal endoscopic surgery, image-guided keyhole microsurgery, and laser-assisted tumor surgery to achieve the best results for his patients. He works very closely with Dr. Eloy on skull base cases on a regular basis.