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Corinna Levine, M.D., MPH

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Corinna  Levine, M.D., MPH



  • Otolaryngology



Clinical Areas

endoscopic removal of tumors in nose or sinuses

endoscopic removal of tumors or cancers in the base of the skull in conjunction with neurosurgery
management of nasal and sinus complaints, sinus and skull base tumors, skull base defects, and the use of minimally invasive endoscopic surgical techniques.  
Treated conditions include:
  • rhinitis, nasal obstruction
  • septal deviation
  • persistent epistaxis
  • acute and chronic sinus disease
  • nasal polyps
  • nasal and sinus tumors
  • Graves-related proptosis
  • endoscopically accessible orbital tumors
  • skull base defects
  • meningoencephaloceles
  • cerebrospinal fluid leaks
  • pituitary and skull base tumors (in conjunction with neurosurgery


  • Assistant Professor - Rhinology and Skull Base Surgery
  • Clinical Rhinologist (Allergy and Sinus)

Research Interests

Outcomes research in diseases of the sinuses and skull base tumors

Quality of life after sinusitis treatment 

Cost-effective sinusitis treatment 

Examining the impact of health disparities and differences in access to healthcare and health resources on sinusitis and skull base tumor treatment outcomes 

Measuring quality in sinusitis and skull base tumor treatment

Advancement of minimally invasive transnasal endoscopic surgical techniques for treating skull base defects and sinonasal/skull base neoplasms. 


2011 Masters - Public Health
University of Washington
2008 MD
Yale University
2003 BA
Cornell University of Arts and Sciences

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