Obtaining his undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering at the University of California San Diego, during his tenure Dr. Sigari successfully published
award-winning research in the field of heart disease. Venturing to Chicago, he attended The Chicago Medical School, where he graduated with his medical degree, a degree in applied physiology, a master’s in Pathology, as well as the distinguished Dean’s Award and Alpha Omega Alpha awards. Afterwards, he took on a surgical internship at the esteemed University of Chicago Hospital where he completed his Otolaryngology and Head/Neck Surgery training.
During his time at the University of Chicago, Dr. Sigari studied and trained with world-renowned surgical and scientific mentors. As a resident, his training including advanced endoscopic surgery, advanced Otologic surgery, advanced Head/Neck surgery, comprehensive training by the Pediatric Head/Neck Surgeons at Comer’s children hospital as well as Facial Plastics and Reconstruction. Additionally, during his time at the University of Chicago he published multiple Otolaryngology related papers and well as conducting presentations at both national and international meetings. One of his more unique experiences in the field includes a 3-month residency at the Alaskan Native Medical Center where he had the pleasure of tending to the needs of the Native American Population from every corner of the state of Alaska.
Soon after, Dr. Sigari was the first surgeon in the state of Wisconsin to perform an minimally invasive endoscopic assisted thyroidectomy. Additionally, he was one of the few surgeons capable of performing vagal nerve stimulator implants, bone anchored implants, and advanced sinus surgery outside of academic institutions in his area. …