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Dr. Steven Goudy
Dr. Steven Goudy is the Director of Pediatric Otolaryngology and Professor at Emory University. He is also the CEO and Founder Dr. Nozebest.
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About Dr. Steven Goudy
Dr. Goudy came to Emory/CHOA after spending 10 years on faculty at Vanderbilt University. He is currently the Director of Pediatric Otolaryngology and Vice Chairman of Research at Emory/CHOA. He has grown the pediatric otolaryngology (ENT) faculty at Emory to the largest and most diverse group in the South. In addition to providing clinical care, his NIH-funded research lab studies tissue regeneration to treat cleft lip and palate disorders, leveraging expertise at Emory and Georgia Tech. His experiences in the U.S. and in developing nations to surgically correct these disorders have influenced his line of scientific inquiry to improve the lives of children.
Dr. Goudy founded Dr. Noze Best to provide wellness solutions for children and peace of mind for their parents. The company went to market with the NozeBot, a baby nasal aspirator, in January of 2021. Completing an Emory MBA at GBS was the catalyst that provided the necessary tools and mentors Dr. Goudy needed to launch his cold care company and address the growing baby tech market.
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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Steven Goudy
In this episode Dr. Eric Gantwerker talks with Dr. Steve Goudy about the importance of finding and thoroughly researching pain points for patients and their families, to then drive innovative solutions.
We talk with Steven Goudy MD, MBA about his clinical practice and research emphasis on cleft palate care in children at Emory Healthcare, as well as some tips on trying projects/adventures outside of clinical medicine.
Articles Featuring Dr. Steven Goudy
For complex cleft patients, such as those who are afflicted by multi-systemic organ dysfunctions, a multidisciplinary medical team is required to manage multiple aspects of their health.
A cleft lip refers to the improper separation of the lip. Cleft lip surgery techniques, both unilateral or bilateral, are sometimes necessary to improve the infants feeding and breathing. Learn more about cleft lip repair, techniques, and post-operative cleft lip scar.
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