Anthony F. Jahn, M.D., F.A.C.S. is an otolaryngologist with a subspecialty interest in ear diseases, disorders of hearing and balance, and disorders of the
voice. Dr. Jahn graduated from medical school at the University of Toronto and completed his residency at the University of Toronto Teaching Hospitals. He is board certified in Otolaryngology in both Canada and in the United States.
In 1979 Dr. Jahn joined the staff of Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center as Assistant Professor in Otolaryngology, and Director of the Neuro-Otology Clinic. In 1983 he accepted the position of Chief of Otolaryngology at the New Jersey Medical School in Newark. He directed the Otolaryngology training program for the State of New Jersey for nine years, and developed a busy private practice concentrated in Otology, Neuro-Otology, and voice disorders. In 1992, Dr. Jahn took up his current appointment as Director of Otology/Neuro-Otology at St. Luke's Rooosevelt Hospital Center in New York
Dr. Jahn is a nationally recognized clinician and teacher. Among his many accomplishments is a new technique for middle ear ventilation. His clinical activities related to voice disorder include work with a variety of professional singers. Dr. Jahn has authored over 60 publications, including two textbooks on ear disease and several chapters on disorder of the ear and the voice. He is Professor of Clinical Otolaryngology at Columbia University, Adjunct Professor of Neuroscience at Rutgers University, and Adjunct Professor of Voice Pedagogy at Westminster Choir College in Princeton. Dr. Jahn maintains private offices in both New York and in New Jersey.