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Faculty, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Dr. Richmond’s clinical specialties focus on a broad range of medical aspects of the Otolaryngology practice, with an emphasis on evaluating and managing auditory symptoms including hearing loss, tinnitus (ear sounds), ear pain and drainage and disorders of postural control (vertigo, dizziness and imbalance).

 

Procedural activities in the head and neck area include flexible endoscopy of the upper aerodigestive tract, ear debridement (cerumen impaction, canal infection), minor procedures in the outpatient setting (oral biopsy, epistaxis control) and repositioning maneuvers for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV).

Specialties

Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT, Otolaryngology)

Facial Nerve Grafting

General Otolaryngology

Maxilofacial Trauma Repair

Performing Arts Medicine - Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders

Skin Cancer Reconstruction

Clinics

University Hospital
(608) 263-6190 | (800) 323-8942 | Map

Hospital Affiliation(s)

University Hospital
Veterans Hospital - Wm. S. Middleton Memorial

UW School of Medicine and Public Health

Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Professional Certifications and Education

Fellowship University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Madison, WI
Residency UW Family Medicine Residency Program, Madison, WI
Medical School University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT

Medical interpreters are available to help patients communicate with hospital and clinic staff. For more information, please contact interpreter services at (608) 262-9000.
Research

Dr. Richmond's research interests include dizziness and vestibular disorders, sensorineural hearing loss and tinnitus, voice disorders, rhinology, headache, facial pain, TMJ syndromes, head and neck cancer prevention, nutrition and epidemiology.


PubMed Articles
Hatala KG Roach NT Ostrofsky KR Wunderlich RE Dingwall HL Villmoare BA Green DJ Braun DR Harris JWK Behrensmeyer AK Richmond BG Hominin track assemblages from Okote Member deposits near Ileret, Kenya, and their implications for understanding fossil hominin paleobiology at 1.5 Ma. J Hum Evol . 2017 Nov;112:93-104
[PubMed ID: 28917702]
Liang MK Holihan JL Itani K Alawadi ZM Gonzalez JR Askenasy EP Ballecer C Chong HS Goldblatt MI Greenberg JA Harvin JA Keith JN Martindale RG Orenstein S Richmond B Roth JS Szotek P Towfigh S Tsuda S Vaziri K Berger DH Ventral Hernia Management: Expert Consensus Guided by Systematic Review. Ann Surg . 2017 Jan;265(1):80-89
[PubMed ID: 28009730]
Hatala KG Roach NT Ostrofsky KR Wunderlich RE Dingwall HL Villmoare BA Green DJ Harris JW Braun DR Richmond BG Footprints reveal direct evidence of group behavior and locomotion in Homo erectus. Sci Rep . 2016 Jul 12;6:28766
[PubMed ID: 27403790]
Hatala KG Wunderlich RE Dingwall HL Richmond BG Interpreting locomotor biomechanics from the morphology of human footprints. J Hum Evol . 2016 Jan;90:38-48
[PubMed ID: 26767958]
Gloria R Angelos L Schaefer HS Davis JM Majeskie M Richmond BS Curtin JJ Davidson RJ Baker TB An fMRI investigation of the impact of withdrawal on regional brain activity during nicotine anticipation. Psychophysiology . 2009 Jul;46(4):681-93
[PubMed ID: 19490513]
Sausen J Bray K Richmond BS Reither E Suicide trends in Wisconsin 1984-1998: good news for young and old. WMJ . 2001;100(2):35-8
[PubMed ID: 11419368]