hearing issues medical specialist birminghamMedical Director of Cochlear Implant Program

Clinical Associate Professor

Dr. Audie Woolley received his medical degree from the University of Texas San Antonio. He completed his internship at Washington University in St. Louis, then served his residency at Barnes Hospital in Missouri. He completed a fellowship at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, and received his otolaryngology certification in 1995.

Dr. Woolley is the medical director of the Cochlear Implant Program at Children’s of Alabama. His specialties include cochlear implantation, hearing impairment, head and neck tumors, laryngotracheal reconstruction, management of airway lesions, management of chronic sinusitis, and treatment of children with Down’s syndrome and craniofacial disorders. In addition to his work at Pediatric ENT, Dr. Woolley is a budding banjo player and father to four children.

Abridged CV

RANK/TITLE:
Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Pediatric Otolaryngology
Medical Director, Cochlear Implant Program at Children’s Hospital

DEPARTMENT:
Department of Surgery
Division of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Pediatric Section

EDUCATION
University of Texas Health Science Center  M.D.   1984-1988
Alpha Omega Alpha
Angelo State University  B.S.  1980-1984
Magna Cum Laude
Cisco High School, Cisco, Texas  Academic  1976-1980

POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING
1988-1989   Internship: Washington University
General Surgery, School of Medicine,
St. Louis, Missouri
1989-1994  Residency: Washington University
Otolaryngology, School of Medicine,
Head and Neck Surgery
St. Louis, Missouri
1994-1995  Fellowship: St. Louis Children’s
Pediatric Otolaryngology Hospital,
St. Louis, Missouri

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