Dr. Sarah E. Mowry joined the Georgia Regents University Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery as Assistant Professor of Otology/Neurotology in September 2012.
Dr. Mowry earned her medical degree from Tulane Medical School. She completed her residency at UCLA and a two-year otology/neurotology fellowship at the University of Iowa.
Dr. Mowry specializes in the management of diseases of the temporal bone and skull base. She treats a wide variety of conditions including hearing loss/deafness, chronic otitis media, cholesteatoma, vestibular schwannomas, Meniere disease, disorders of the facial nerve, temporal bone paragangliomas, and vestibular/balance disorders. Dr. Mowry’s research interests include quality of life outcomes in otology and neurotology patients, factors that predict success in tympanoplasty, and development of effective resident teaching methods for temporal bone anatomy.