Dr. Greg Davis, MD, MPH is an Associate Professor of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Washington. He is the director of rhinology and endoscopic skull base surgery as well as the director for the rhinology fellowship program at the University of Washington. He is also the president of the Northwest Academy of Otolaryngology.
Dr. Davis is a rhinologist – a subspecialty that treats sinus, nasal, and anterior skull base diseases. He joined the Otolaryngology Department at the University of Washington in 2007. At that time, he earned a 5-year K12 (KL2) clinical research career development award from the NIH.
Dr. Davis continues to perform research in many areas related to rhinology. His current research involves clinical trials related to topical therapies for treating chronic rhinosinusitis, research related to olfactory loss and olfactory hypersensitivity related to autism spectrum disorders, and research related to sinus surgery simulation.
Dr. Davis is a physician educator and is a co-director of the American Rhinologic Society’s Sumner Sinus Symposium and also co-directs the Seattle Otology and Advanced Rhinology Course and co-directs UW the Resident Sinus Surgery courses.
Dr. Davis earned his medical degree and completed a seven-year residency in otolaryngology at the University of Washington. During his residency, he completed a two-year clinical research fellowship in epidemiology and earned his master’s degree in public health.