Good Samaritan Hospital
Dr. Jennifer Maw practices exclusively Otology/Neurotology and is board certified in Otolaryngology in the United States and Canada. She has been practicing in San Jose since 1998 and has owned her private practice since 2000. She is an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at Stanford University and a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Her practice is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of ear disorders, including hearing loss, balance, and facial nerve disorders. She is highly skilled in acoustic neuroma surgery, cochlear implantation, stapedotomy, and vestibular surgery.
Dr. Maw is a member of multiple professional associations and committees, including the American Academy of Otolaryngology, the Canadian Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, and the American Neurotology Society. She has participated as an investigating surgeon in the FDA clinical trial of implantable hearing devices and is a leader in her field. She has served as a surgical consultant in Otology-Neurotology and Skull-Base Surgery at Kaiser Santa Clara and Kaiser Fremont Centers.
Her current research interests lie in tissue adhesives and bone cements in otologic surgery. She speaks frequently—locally and internationally—about issues related to hearing, innovations, and research. She was motivated by her grandfather’s profound hearing loss and has dedicated her professional life to the treatment of the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing. She has 2 sons and is an equestrian in her (remaining) spare time.
Medical School: University of Ottawa in Ontario, Canada
Internship: University of Toronto in Ontario, Canada
Residency: University of Ottawa in Ontario, Canada
Fellowship: Michigan Ear Institute in Farmington Hills and University of Ottawa in Canada