Dr. Govindaraj is Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology and Director of Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery at The Mount Sinai Medical Center. He received his medical degree from Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, completed his internship and residency at the Mount Sinai Medical Center, and a fellowship in endoscopic sinus and skull base surgery at the Hospital of The University of Pennsylvania.
In addition toendoscopic sinus surgery, Dr. Govindaraj's clinical interests include endosocopic skull base surgery, cerebrospinal fluid leaks, paranasal sinus and skull base tumors, balloon sinuplasty, and otolaryngic allergy. His current research is focused on the impact of mucosal immunity in chronic sinusitis and quality of life after endoscopic skull base procedures.
Dr. Govindaraj has published articles in the major U.S. journals in his specialty and is the author of several book chapters on sinus and skull basesurgery. He is a member and has presented at meetings of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, the American Rhinologic Society, the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy, and the North American Skull Base Society.
To read more about the Center for Skull-Base Surgery at Mount Sinai, click here.
Govindaraj S, Adappa ND, Kennedy DW,. Endoscopic Sinus Surgery:Evolution and Technical Innovations. Journal of Laryngol Otolaryngology 2010 March; 124: 242-250.
Costantino PD, Wolpoe ME, Govindaraj S, Chaplin JM, Sen C, M, Gnoy A. Human dural replacement with acellular dermis: clinical results and review of the literature. Head Neck 2000; 22: 765-771.
Govindaraj S, Cohen NA, Chiu AG. Surgical Treatment of the Lateral Frontal Sinus Lesion. Operative Techniques in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. 2006; 17: 1.
Govindaraj S, Costantino PD, Friedman CD. Current use of bone substitutes in maxillofacial surgery. Facial Plast Surg 2002; 15: 73-81.
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