Sinus and Allergy Center Advancing Research That Affects Millions

The Northwestern Sinus and Allergy Center is on the forefront of sinus research that affects millions of Americans.

Chronic rhinosinusitis (CRS), an often debilitating condition and the focus of many of the Sinus Center’s research studies, affects 8 to 10 percent of the U.S. population each year. Dr. Robert Schleimer and Dr. Atsushi Kato, along with Dr. Robert Kern and Dr. Bruce Tan, combine basic science research with clinical research in order to advance current knowledge of CRS. The Sinus and Allergy Center has also begun collaborating with researchers at the University of Chicago and Johns Hopkins University and the Geisinger Health System to further research on sinus disease.

Read more about the Sinus and Allergy Center’s research here or in the “Research” section of our website, here.

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