Corinna Levine

Dr. Corinna Levine is an Assistant Professor at the University of Miami in the Division of Rhinology and Anterior Skull Base Surgery.

Dr. Levine completed her medical training at Yale School of Medicine and went on a seven-year Otolaryngology residency at the University of Washington with an in-folded Outcomes Research Fellowship and MPH. She completed a fellowship in Rhinology and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery at the University of Miami. Dr. Levine joined the faculty as a surgeon-scientist and her clinical practice focuses exclusively on chronic sinusitis and endoscopic skull base surgery for benign and malignant sinonasal and orbital tumors and repair of skull defects. Dr. Levine is the Director of Clinical Rhinology Research. She is the recipient of several grants including the Triological Society Career Development Award and the University of Miami KL-2 Career development award. Her research focuses on improving CRS outcomes through precision medicine approaches to care and addressing CRS health disparities.

Dr. Levine is the former Director of Otolaryngology Resident Education at the University of Miami and continues to be committed to education and teaching as the Director of the Rhinology resident rotation and through clinical education of Rhinology fellows. She is very involved in clinical and research mentorship within her department and nationally. In addition, Dr. Levine is a member of multiple national committees including the American Rhinologic Society research and Mentoring Committees, and the American Academy of Otolaryngology Skull Base Committee. She is a co-chair of the North American Skull Base Health Value Committee.