Matthew Crowson

Dr. Matthew Crowson is a fellowship-trained ENT surgeon specializing in adult and pediatric vestibular disorders at Mass Eye and Ear. Dr. Crowson earned his medical degree from Dartmouth College and completed his residency training at Duke University. He subsequently completed his neurotology fellowship at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Crowson has been an invited speaker at national and international hearing and balance research meetings. He has authored a textbook and numerous peer-reviewed publications in otology, neurotology and otolaryngology, and serves as an ad hoc reviewer for several specialty journals. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Vestibular Disorders Association (VeDA), as well as the VeDA Advocacy Committee.

Dr. Crowson participates in medical outreach work with mission trips to Western Kenya, rural Thailand and the Canadian Arctic. He has formally been recognized for his teaching of medical students and residents and currently serves as a course director at Canada’s Royal Military College, where he teaches graduate students about the intersection of health policy and social capital.

His clinical interests include the medical and surgical management of vestibular disorders and hearing loss. Dr. Crowson is currently developing a research program that harnesses data science to address real-world health care delivery challenges.