Dr. James C Wang

About Dr. James C Wang

Dr. James C is a The Annals of otology, rhinology, and laryngology researcher from Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA.Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX, USA.. His recent research is on Competitiveness of Otolaryngology Residency Applicants without a Home Program. which was published on Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol on 2019/12/17.

The DOI of the article Competitiveness of Otolaryngology Residency Applicants without a Home Program. is 10.1177/0003489419892016

The article has been published in the following journal:
United States Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 0407300 0003-4894

Co-Authors:


List of co-authors for Competitiveness of Otolaryngology Residency Applicants without a Home Program. :
Pranati Pillutla
Nadia Tello
Rebecca Gabrilska
Mayank Aranke
Terrell Bibb
Philip D Watkins
Joehassin Cordero

What are Dr. James C Wang Specialties :


home program medical education otolaryngology residency training survey

List of Publications:

  1. Association of the Sinonasal Bacterial Microbiome With Clinical Outcomes in Chronic Rhinosinusitis: A Systematic Review
      Microbiome data are varied in their association with clinical outcomes of CRS patients. Further research is required to identify if predominance of certain microbes within the microbiome is predictive of CRS patients' outcomes.
  2. Competitiveness of Otolaryngology Residency Applicants Without a Home Program
      Applicants applying to otolaryngology residency without HPs are as competitive as those who have HPs. However, without HPs, applicants tend to participate in more away rotations and are less likely to match at their top choice.
  3. Are Standardized Letters of Recommendation in Residency Applications Correlated With Objective Data?
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  4. Feasibility of Shotgun Metagenomics to Assess Microbial Ecology of Pediatric Tracheostomy Tubes
      2c Laryngoscope, 129:317-323, 2019.
  5. Prospective Observational Case Series Evaluating Middle Ear Fluid and Tympanostomy Tubes Through Pyrosequencing
      Retained tympanostomy tubes are colonized primarily with normal flora of the EAC. However, mucopurulent otorrhea associated with granulation tissue formation revealed a prominence of Gram-negative facultative anaerobes. Standard culture-based diagnostics may identify bacteria, which are not predomin …
  6. Granulomatosis With Polyangiitis Presenting as Facial Nerve Palsy in a Teenager
      Granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA, previously known as Wegener's granulomatosis) is an autoimmune systemic small-vessel vasculitis, associated with the presence of anti-neurophil cytoplasmic antibodies with a cytoplasmic staining pattern (c-ANCA). It is characterized by necrotizing granulomas, u …
  7. Planktonic Growth of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Around a Dual-Species Biofilm Supports the Growth of Fusobacterium nucleatum Within That Biofilm
      Extrapolation of these results suggests that, within the middle ear fluid, the growth of <i>P. aeruginosa</i> produces the anaerobic conditions required for the growth of <i>F. nucleatum</i>, both within effusion and within biofilms.
  8. Staged Endonasal-External Resection of Esthesioneuroblastoma Involving the Nasolacrimal Duct and Lacrimal Sac
      Staged Endonasal-External Resection of Esthesioneuroblastoma Involving the Nasolacrimal Duct and Lacrimal Sac
  9. Syndromic Craniosynostosis
      Syndromic craniosynostosis affects up to 1:30,000 live births with characteristic craniofacial growth restrictions, deformities, and other associated abnormalities, such as carpal-pedal anomalies and cognitive function impairment. More than 150 syndromes are associated with craniosynostosis. This ar …
  10. Direct Lymph Node Vaccination of Lentivector/Prostate-Specific Antigen Is Safe and Generates Tissue-Specific Responses in Rhesus Macaques
      Anti-cancer immunotherapy is emerging from a nadir and demonstrating tangible benefits to patients. A variety of approaches are now employed. We are invoking antigen (Ag)-specific responses through direct injections of recombinant lentivectors (LVs) that encode sequences for tumor-associated antigen …
  11. Image-guided Surgery and Craniofacial Applications: Mastering the Unseen
      Image-guided surgery potentially enhances intraoperative safety and outcomes in a variety of craniomaxillofacial procedures. We explore the efficiency of one intraoperative navigation system in a single complex craniofacial case, review the initial and recurring costs, and estimate the added cost (e …
  12. The Antimicrobial Agent, Next-Science, Inhibits the Development of Staphylococcus Aureus and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Biofilms on Tympanostomy Tubes
      The novel antimicrobial agent NS inhibited the development of S. aureus and P. aeruginosa biofilms on TTs. The same concentrations of NS inhibited both planktonic growth and biofilm development.
  13. Impact of Nonaspirin Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Agents and Acetaminophen on Sensorineural Hearing Loss: A Systematic Review
      Data are varied regarding the impact of NSAIDs and acetaminophen on population hearing health.
  14. Ubiquitous Aspirin: A Systematic Review of Its Impact on Sensorineural Hearing Loss
      With the large-scale population utilization of aspirin for cardiovascular prophylaxis, the potential risks to hearing health should be considered for future longitudinal study, particularly given that short-term effects may be reversible.
  15. Novel Use of Tissue Expander for Dilation of Oropharyngeal Stenosis
      Naso/oropharyngeal stenoses are uncommon surgical complications. We present a child having undergone previous adenoidectomy without complication who developed naso/oropharyngeal scarring after subsequent tonsillectomy. She presented with nasal obstruction and frequent gasping at night worrisome for …
  16. Strategies to Prevent Biofilm-Based Tympanostomy Tube Infections
      Currently, there is not one type of tympanostomy tube in which bacteria will not adhere. The challenges of treating chronic post-tympanostomy tube otorrhea and tube occlusion indicate the need for further research in optimization of tympanostomy tube design in addition to development of novel therap …
  17. Localized interleukin-12 Delivery for Immunotherapy of Solid Tumours
      Interleukin (IL)-12 is the key cytokine in the initiation of a Th1 response and has shown promise as an anti-cancer agent; however, clinical trials involving IL-12 have been unsuccessful due to toxic side-effects. To address this issue, lentiviral vectors were used to transduce tumour cell lines tha …
  18. Inhibition of Otopathogenic Biofilms by Organoselenium-Coated Tympanostomy Tubes
      The OSe coating is a potential long-lasting agent to prevent biofilm development on tympanostomy tubes by otopathogens.
  19. Engineering Lentiviral Vectors for Modulation of Dendritic Cell Apoptotic Pathways
      We present evidence that by employing novel recombinant bicistronic LVs we can simultaneously load DCs with a relevant TAA and block apoptosis; thereby confirming the usage of such LVs in the modulation of DC lifespan and function.
  20. Systemic Ceramide Accumulation Leads to Severe and Varied Pathological Consequences
      Farber disease (FD) is a severe inherited disorder of lipid metabolism characterized by deficient lysosomal acid ceramidase (ACDase) activity, resulting in ceramide accumulation. Ceramide and metabolites have roles in cell apoptosis and proliferation. We introduced a single-nucleotide mutation ident …

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