Hometown: Havana, Cuba
Hobbies and favorite things I like to do in Denver: I love to play tennis, racquetball, and volleyball. In the Summer, I also enjoy to rollerblade and bike around the downtown to discover new restaurants, coffee shops, and cool breweries. Sometimes, I go on long scenic drives, my favorite is Highway 6 near Golden.
Professional interests: Pediatrics, head and neck oncology, facial plastics, and management of facial traumas
Alternate career choice (if not ENT): Car mechanic or entrepreneur
Program strengths: One of the main reasons I was attracted to this program, besides the people, was their top-notch pediatrics training. We are very fortunate to have over 10 fellowship-trained pediatric otolaryngology attendings that are passionate about teaching and the work they do for their patients. During our residency, we complete about 10 months at Children's Hospital Colorado, where we learn to do common cases such as T&A, but also get exposed to more complex procedures such as airway reconstructions, cleft lip and cleft palate repairs, cochlear implantations, and more!
B Griesenauer, J Egbosiuba, K Campa, S
Paczesny. ST2/MyD88 deficiency protects mice against aGVHD and spares
T-regulatory cells. The Journal of Immunology. 2019, ji1800447; DOI
10.4049/jimmunol.1800447; PMID 30979817.
M Alwani, K Campa, T Svenstrup, E Bandali, B Anthony. An Appraisal of Printed Online Education Materials on Spasmodic
K Campa. Management of Anterior Skull Base Cerebrospinal Fluids
Leaks. Presented to Henry Ford Health Systems Department of Otolaryngology physicians, residents, and students.
K Campa. Overview of the Pectoralis Major Regional Pedicled Flap.
Presented to the University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Otolaryngology physicians, residents, and students.
K Campa. Review of a Landmark Trial: Elective versus Therapeutic
Neck Dissection in Node-Negative Oral Cancer. Presented to Indiana University Health Department of Otolaryngology
physicians, residents, and students. April 2019
K Campa. Role of TLR4 in the Development of Graft-Versus-Host Disease. Presented to Cancer in Underprivileged, Indigent, or Disadvantaged (CUPID) physicians, researchers, and students. July 2017.
AAO-HNS Diversity Endowment URM Away Rotation Grant Joel Priddy Scholarship
Gold Humanism Honor Society
James and Claire Carter Scholarship