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David W. Kennedy, MD

Rhinology Professor
Active Staff, Veterans Administration Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
Member, Clinical Practices Executive Committee, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center
Active Staff, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Otorhinolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery

Contact information
HUP - 3400 Spruce Street
5th Fl. Ravdin Bldg.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2156622653
Fax: 2153495977
Education:

Ampleforth College, York, England (University Entrance) , 1966.
M.D.
Royal College of Surgeons, 1972.
Post-Graduate Training
, St. Laurence's Hospital, Dublin, Ireland , 1972-1973.
Assistant Resident in Surgery , Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD, 1973-1974.
Assistant Resident in Otolaryngology , Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 1974-1977.
Chief Resident in Otolaryngology , Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD, 1977-1978.
Certifications
Otolaryngology, 1978.
Fellow, Royal College of Surgeons (Ireland), 1979.
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Description of Research Expertise

Clinical research in the pathogenesis of rhinosinusitis, mucociliary clearance, olfaction. Development of instrumentation for endoscopic sinus surgery, minimally invasive skull base surgery and intraoperative surgical navigation. Effects of Chronic rhinosinusitis on the quality of life. Bone involvement in chronic rhinosinusitis.

Description of Clinical Expertise

Endoscopic sinus surgery
Minimally invasive skull base surgery
Minimally invasive CSF leak closure
Endoscopic Orbital surgery
Endoscopic Pituitary surgery

Description of Other Expertise

Developed Endoscopic Instrument company. served on Medical Advisory Board of Warburg Pincus, Schering Plough, Sinexus and a number of other commercial entities.

Past President of the American Rhinologic Society, International Symposium of Infection and Allergy of the Nose

President International Rhinologic Society

President Elect of the American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

Selected Publications

Kennedy DW: Nasal physiology: improving our understanding in the health and disease. International Forum of Allergy Rhinoloy June 2018.

Kennedy, DW: Novel options in the nonsurgical management of chronic rhinosinusitis. International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology April 2018.

Workman AD, Carey Rm, Kohanski MA, Kennedy DW, Palmer JN, Adappa ND, Cohen NA: Relative susceptibility of airway organisms to antimicrobial effects of nitric oxide. IFAR Page: 770-776, August 2017.

Stern N, Ginder-Vogel M, Stegen JC, Amtzen E., Kennedy DW, Larget BR, Roden EE: Colonization habitat controls biomass, composition and metabolic activity of attached microbial communities in the Columbia River hypotheic corridor Appl. Environ. Microbiol August 2017.

Tajudeen BA, Gupta S, Willoughby B., Kennedy DW: Delivering irrigation to the Anterior Ethmoid Region: Evaluation of a lacrimal diversion device in a cadaver model International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology Page: 794-800, August 2017.

Carey RM, Workman AD, Hatten KM, Siebert AP, Brooks SG, Shen B, Adappa NJ, Palmer JN, Kennedy DW, Lee RJ, Cohen NA: Denatonium-induced sinonasal bacterial killing may play a role in chronic rhinosinusitis outcomes. International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology Page: 699-704, July 2017.

Carey RM, Workman AD, Yan CH, Chen B, Adappa ND, Palmer JN, Kennedy DW, Lee RJ, Cohen, NA, Sinonasal T2R-mediated nitric oxide production in response to Bacillus cereus : Sinonasal T2R-mediated nitric oxide production in response to Bacillus cereus. American Journal Rhinology Allergy Page: 211-215, July 2017.

Glicksman JT, Reger C, Parasher AK, Kennedy DW, Accuracy of computer-assisted navigation: significant augmentation by facial recognition software, International Forum Allergy, Rhinology, July 2017.: Accuracy of computer-assisted navigation: significant augmentation by facial recognition software. International Forum Allergy July 2017.

Trope M, Schwartz JS, Tajudeen BA, Kennedy DW: Bilateral silent sinus syndrome: A rare case and review of literature. Allergy Rhinol (Providence) Page: 100-102, June 2017.

Tajudeen BA, Kennedy DW : Thirty years of endoscopic sinus surgery: What have we learned? Ke Ai, World Journal of Otorhinolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery 3(Issue 2): 115-121, June 2017.

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