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JONATHAN A. PERKINS, DO

Professor

Department
Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

Specialties
Pediatric Otolaryngology

Site(s) of Practice, Maps, and Directions
Children's Hospital & Regional Medical Center

Area(s) of Expertise
Vascular Anomalies
Neck Masses
Laser Surgery
Cleft Palate
Ear Disease

Postgraduate Training
Fellowship--MD--Mark Richardson, Children’s Hospital & Regional Medical Center, 1994
Internship-- Madigan Army Medical Center 1988
Residency-- Madigan Army Medical Center 1993

Board Certifications
American Board of Otolaryngology, 1994

Licensure
State of Washington

Professional Activities and Special Honors
Certificate of Honor, American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Foundation

Local and National Leadership
Coordinator, Vascular Anomalies Program, Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center

Most Significant Articles and Abstracts

Recent Presentations

  • Current Treatment Challenges in Vascular Anomalies, American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology, Las Vegas NV, May 2005.
  • The Role of the Otolaryngologist in the Management of Vascular Anomalies. Miniseminar, AAO-HNS Annual Meeting, Los Angels, CA, September 2005.
  • Second Workshop of Vascular Anomalies: Diagnosis and Treatment, Medical University of Gdansk, Gdansk Poland, November 2005.

Practice Priorities
Patients: "Practicing optimal patient care for all patients is of utmost importance in my practice."

Specialty: "Expanding the horizons of the specialty of Pediatric Otolaryngology as well as improving current practice is an ongoing objective."

Research Support:
Clinical Outcomes Research supported through intramural fund grant to study the PHIS database to determine national treatment patterns of airway hemangiomas as well as lymphatic malformations and detect significant treatment variations and outcomes in pediatric hospitals.

Vascular Anomaly Research: Molecular characterization of lymphatic malformations as well as lymphatic malformation endothelium. This is supported through intramural funding. Currently it is resulting in preliminary data for future grant applications.

Development of multi-institutional vascular anomaly research through pediatric otolaryngology and otolaryngology efforts. This should promote better interdisciplinary knowledge of vascular anomalies and their treatment. Current database development is underway and will be completed in the next few months.

Outcomes in Tongue Reduction Surgery: Working with colleagues in the Department of Orthodontics to determine the effects of tongue reduction surgery on maxillomandibular growth in a pig animal model.

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