Eileen Margolies Raynor
Associate Professor of Head and Neck Surgery and Communication Sciences

I am interested in multidisciplinary management of pediatric patients with an emphasis on minimizing anesthesia exposures and coordination of care.  I also focus on communication abilities including pediatric voice disorders working with voice therapists in the Duke Voice Care Center.  I enjoy congenital head and neck surgery as well as airway, endoscopic sinus and otology.  My research interests include collaborative projects with other disciplines and using technology to determine surgical outcomes.

Current Research Interests

I am interested in universal cCMV screening and development of protocols to achieve that in our state.  I am interested in pediatric voice disorders as well as opiate use in pediatric head and neck surgical procedures.  I am part of the Duke CleftKit project, a 360 degree outcomes study related to cleft lip and palate.  Within that study we are specifically looking at long term ear and eustachian tube dysfunction as related to cleft palate width and speech outcomes by a variety of validated measures.  Additionally we are investigating sleep apnea with regards to pre surgical planning using computational fluid dynamics.

Office Hours

Duke Otolaryngology of Raleigh: Mondays 8:30-4:00
Duke Childeren's Health Center (please contact 919-684-3834 for availability)

Current Appointments & Affiliations

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