Hometown: Denver, CO
Professional Interests: I am currently undecided. I have interests in general otolaryngology as well as facial plastics and pediatrics.
Hobbies: I grew up as a figure skater and still enjoy skating as well as coaching ice skating. I am an avid skiier and love being in the mountains every chance I can. In the summer I enjoy road biking. I also enjoy cooking and experimenting with recipies. Family is very important to me and you'll often find me hanging out with my nieces and nephews.
What are your favorite things to do in the Denver area? Denver is an amazing city! It has an excellent food scene. I love trying any new restaurants in town, as well as the many delicious ice cream shops. I also enjoy a good microbrewery and there are definitely plenty to choose from. Denver has a great zoo and some awesome museums. I love the months when the farmers markets are up and running and always enjoy hanging out in the sunshine at any of the many beautiful parks in town. When I'm not in the city, I try to head up to the mountains to enjoy the fresh air and wonderful scenery.
What did you do before Otolaryngology? I worked for a dermatologist for two years, prior to starting medical school. When I started medical school I knew I wanted to go into otolaryngology because of my major choice in college (speech, language and hearing science). I was drawn to the ENT program at CU because of the variety of patients treated and clinical settings residents worked in. I loved how strong the residents' exposure was to every subspecialty area. I also loved the focus on resident education and the commitment of the program to listening to its residents and making changes to improve the quality of their education and training.
Boscoe E.F., Hararah M.K., Lovell M., Kelley P. Benign tumoral melanosis of a cervical lymph node in a child [published online ahead of print, 2020 Jan 30]. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2020;132:109916. doi:10.1016/j.ijporl.2020.109916
Boscoe E.F., Cabrera-Muffly C. Otolaryngology in the medical school curriculum: Current trends in the United States: Otolaryngology in Medical School Curriculum. The Laryngoscope. 2016.
Boscoe E.F, Banakis, R., Gubbels, S., Greene, N. (2020) “Effects of Varying Laser Parameters During Laser Stapedotomy on Intracochlear Pressures “ Accepted for oral presentation, poster presentation at Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings, Virtual Poster Session. May 15-June 15, 2020.
Hararah M., Boscoe E.F., Lovell M., Kelley, P. (2019) “Benign Tumoral Melanosis of a Cervical Lymph Node.” Poster Presentation at American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology Annual Meeting at COSM, Austin, TX. May 3-5, 2019.
Ambrose E.C., Boscoe E.F., Cabrera-Muffly, C. (2019) "Time to Teach: A Time-banking Initiative to Promote Resident Led Patient Education." Poster Presentation at ACGME Annual Educational Conference, Orlando, FL. March 7-9, 2019.
Ambrose E.C., Boscoe E.F., Cabrera-Muffly, C. (2018) "Time to Teach: A Time-banking Initiative to Promote Resident Led Patient Education." Poster Presentation at Back to Bedside Collaborative Meeting, Chicago, IL. August 19-20, 2018.
Chowdhury F.N., Boscoe E.F., Ambrose E.C., Mann S.E. (2017) “Quality And Readability Of Online Rhinology Information By Internet Source.” Poster Presentation at the American Rhinologic Society Spring Meeting at COSM. 27 April 2017.
Oakland T.S, Boscoe E.F., Vicory T.W., Rodriguez K.R., Cabrera-Muffly C. (2017) “Publication Rates of Abstracts Presented at National Otolaryngology Conferences.” Poster Presentation at the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA. January 19-21, 2017. *First place poster award in general and clinical fundamentals category
Boscoe E.F., Cabrera-Muffly MD, Cristina. (2016) Trends in Medical School Otolaryngology Curriculum: Do They Correlate with Residency Application Rates? Poster Presentation at the Triological Society Combined Sections Meeting, Miami FL. January 22-24, 2016.
American Medical Association
American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
Gold Humanism Honor Society 2020
Richard W. Whitehead Scholarship
Tabakoff Neuropharmacology Award
Colorado Dean's Scholar Award