Dr. Friedland is assistant professor at the Koss Hearing & Balance Center at Froedtert Hospital & Medical College at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He is a a board-certified otolaryngologist head and neck surgeon with fellowship training at Johns Hopkins University in adult and pediatric otology, neurotology, and cranial base surgery.
He has specialized training in surgery for hearing restoration including the placement of cochlear implants, bone-anchored aids, brainstem implants, and implantable hearing aids.
He also has an extensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of balance and vestibular disorders including Meniere’s disease, vestibular migraine, and superior canal dehiscence.
Dr. Friedland’s clinical interests include the use of intratympanic medical therapy in the treatment of hearing loss, dizziness, and tinnitus (ringing in the ears). In addition, his clinical emphasis at the Medical College of Wisconsin is on surgical rehabilitation of hearing loss in the adult population and the diagnosis and management of vestibular disorders. He also maintains a research program studying the molecular biology and neuroanatomy of the auditory brainstem.