Robert S. Shapiro, M.D., C.M., FRCSC, F.A.C.S., Pediatric Otolaryngologist
I was a house-league hockey coach at the Atom and PeeWee levels.
Associate Professor, McGill University, Department of Pediatric Surgery, Division of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Ombudsman, Division of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Instructor, McGill Annual Temporal Bone Drilling Course
B. Sc. McGill University.
M.D. C.M. - McGill University
Resident in Surgery - Harkness Community Hospital and Medical Center, San Francisco, California.
Resident in Otorhinolaryngology - University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Research has focused on partial adenoidectomy, ablative adenoidectomy, otologic manifestations in cleft palate and congenital velopharyngeal insufficiency, ear drops in the management of otitis externa (with a tutorial for each Otolaryngology resident), and temporal bone fractures in children.
Shapiro RS: Partial Adenoidectomy. Laryngoscope 92(2): 135-139, 1982.
Wright ED, Manoukian JJ, Shapiro RS: Ablative Adenoidectomy: A New Technique Using Simultaneous Liquefaction/Aspiration. The Journal of Otolaryngology 26(1): 36-43, 1997.
Durr DG, Shapiro RS: Otologic Manifestations in Congenital Velopharyngeal Insufficiency. American Journal of Diseases of Children 143(1): 75-77, 1989.
Shapiro RS: Temporal Bone Fractures in Children. Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery 87(3): 323-329, 1979.