Dr. Eric Jaryszak was born in Hammond, Indiana. He grew up in the Midwest, attending Wabash College where he was a Cum Laude graduate with a double major in Chemistry and Mathematics. He was a four-time letterman in basketball where he was a member of 2 NCAA tournament and conference championship teams. He completed a combined M.D./Ph.D. program at the Indiana University School of Medicine in 2004 where he was awarded membership in the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. His research in pulmonary physiology has been presented on an international level.
Dr. Jaryszak moved to Florida for his otolaryngology residency training at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville. There, he continued his commitment to both education and research and was twice awarded “Resident Teacher of the Year” by his peers. He has published several papers and presented his research at the regional, national, and international level, garnering awards for his research from the major Otolaryngology societies.
After completing his residency training in 2009, Dr. Jaryszak moved to Washington, DC for his pediatric otolaryngology fellowship at Children’s National Medical Center. He joined Dr. Kosko and Dr. Cotter in 2010 and has helped establish the first pediatric cochlear implant program in the metropolitan Orlando area. Dr. Jaryszak's interests extend beyond the ear, however, as he is committed to providing excellent care for all patients with any problem of the ears, nose, or throat.
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