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Oseranoma Olomu

Oseranoma Olomu, MD

Vice-Chair at the Dept of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery , Mayo Clinic

About Oseranoma Olomu

Dr. Noma Olomu is currently a consultant and vice-chair at the Department of otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. He will be the program director for the new ENT residency program starting there in 2023. Dr. Olomu completed his undergraduate studies at the University of California-Berkeley with a degree in Molecular Cell Biology. After an NIH research fellowship, he went on to Washington University in St. Louis for his medical degree. His ENT residency was at Washington University / Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. He completed the Rhinology fellowship at Emory University in Atlanta. He has a busy tertiary rhinology and endoscopic anterior skull base surgery practice at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville. His research interests include chronic sinusitis, allergic fungal sinusitis, and the treatment of olfactory disorders. Outside of clinical practice, Dr. Olomu enjoys exploring Florida outdoors with his wife and young children and volunteering with the local Boys Scouts of America troop.