Chad Whited, MD
Dr. Whited completed his undergraduate degree in finance at the University of Texas at Austin in 2004. He then received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Texas at Houston School of Medicine and completed his residency at Duke University before coming to Wisconsin to complete his fellowship in laryngology. Dr. Whited is currently the only fellowship-trained laryngologist in Austin, Texas, and serves as a laryngeal surgery and general otolaryngology provider at Austin ENT Clinic, and a clinical lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin.
Wm Greg Young, MD
Dr. Young completed his undergraduate degree in engineering from the University of Washington Seattle in 2004. He then received his Doctor of Medicine from Chicago Medical School and completed his residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit before coming to Wisconsin to complete his laryngology fellowship. Dr. Young is currently an ptolaryngologist at Proliance Eastside ENT in Bellevue and Kirkland, Washington, and serves as the first fellowship-trained laryngologist on the Eastside.
Christopher M. Bingcang, MD
Dr. Bingcang completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky, not only in biology, but also in Spanish and music in guitar performance. He earned his Doctor of Medicine with high distinction from the University of Kentucky where he also completed his residency training. Dr. Bingcang serves as an assistant professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska, and is currently the only fellowship-trained laryngologist in Nebraska and the greater Omaha/Western Iowa region.
Sunil P. Verma, MD
Dr. Verma earned his medical degree with honors from the University of Southern California, where he also completed his residency training. During his fellowship at UW-Madison, he was engaged in projects related to vocal cord injection and office-based laser use for upper airway lesions, and was also involved in the production of manuscripts related to laryngeal education. In addition, Dr. Verma also initiated a twice-per-year course for otolaryngology residents on laryngeal anatomy and surgery and created the first ever laryngeal dissection manual for publication.
Dr. Verma, the author of many published articles and presentations, has since become director of Voice & Swallowing at the University of California Irvine’s Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, where he continues to conduct research while maintaining a busy clinical practice.