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Jonathan Walsh, M.D.

Jonathan Michael Walsh, M.D.

4.8 out of 5
54 Ratings
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Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery


Expertise: Aerodigestive Disorders, Hearing Loss, Laryngeal Cleft, Otolaryngology (ENT), Pediatric Airway Disorders, Pediatric Airway Reconstruction, Pediatric Chronic Sinonasal Infection and Ear Disease, Pediatric Head and Neck Masses, Pediatric Hearing Loss, Pediatric Neck Masses, Pediatric Otolaryngology, Pediatric Sinus Problems, Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis , Robotic Surgery, Sleep Apnea more

Research Interests: Pediatric Head and Neck Ultrasound; Airway Imaging; Robotic Surgery; Laryngeal Cleft

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Johns Hopkins Medicine - Green Spring Station


10803 Falls Road Pavilion 3, Suite 2300 Lutherville, MD 21093 map

Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center

601 N. Caroline St. Baltimore, MD 21287 map

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

600 N Wolfe Street The Childrens Center, Brady Building, # 320 Baltimore, MD 21287 map


Dr. Walsh is an assistant professor in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. Following residency training, Dr. Walsh served two years active duty as a Major in the U.S. Army at Ft. Gordon.  After active duty service, Dr. Walsh completed a fellowship in pediatric otolaryngology at the University of North Carolina.  His clinical interests include head and neck masses, vascular malformations, aerodigestive disorders, sinus disease chronic ear disease, hearing loss, ankyloglossia, sleep apnea, laryngeal cleft, as well as the full spectrum of pediatric head and neck disorders.  He offers minimally invasive endoscopic ear surgery. His research interests are in novel ultrasound technology applications to head and neck disorders, ankyloglossia (tongue tie) and lip tie, trans-oral robotic surgery, and airway imaging and modeling. more


  • Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery



  • MD, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine (2007)


  • University of Rochester Medical Center / Otolaryngology (2012)


  • University of North Carolina Hospitals / Pediatric Otolaryngology (2015)

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery / Otolaryngology (2013)

Research & Publications

Selected Publications

Walsh J, An L, Mills B, Hah Z, Moalem J, Miller M, Giampoli E, Parker K, Rubens D. "Quantitative Crawling Wave Sonoelastography of Benign and Malignant Thyroid Nodules." Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2012 Aug;147(2):233-238.

Walsh J, Links A, Boss E, Tunkel D. Ankyloglossia and Lingual Frenotomy: National Trends in Inpatient Diagnosis and Management in the United States, 1997-2012. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2017: 156(4): 735-740

Walsh J, Tunkel D. "Diagnosis and Treatment of Ankyloglossia in Newborns and Infants: A Review." JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2017: 143(10); 1032-1039.

Walsh J, Tunkel D. "Tongue-tie and frenotomy: what evidence do we have and what do we need?" Med J Aust. 2018; 208(2):67-68.

Academic Affiliations & Courses

Graduate Program Affiliation

Associate Residency Program Director - Johns Hopkins Department of Otolaryngology

Activities & Honors


  • John D. Norant Research in Otolaryngology Award "Crawling Wave Elastography in Benign and Malignant Thyroid Nodules", URMC Department of Otolaryngology, 2010
  • Paul Harrinton Clinical Research Award "Dexamethasone and post-perative adenotonsillar hemorrhage", URMC Department of Otolaryngology, 2009


  • American Academy of Otolaryngology, 2015
  • American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology

Professional Activities

  • Major, United States Army Active Duty 2012-2014, 2012

Videos & Media

Recent News Articles and Media Coverage

More babies getting their tongues clipped to help breastfeed. But is it necessary? Today Show (7/11/2019)

To Improve Breastfeeding, Babies Get Their Tongues Clipped, Is it Necessary? Podast WYPR (3/19/2019)

Snipping an infant's "tongue tie" can improve breastfeeding. But is surgery being overused? The Inquirer  (3/12/2019) 

Why so Many Babies are Getting Their Tongues Clipped Atlantic, (3/12/2019)

The Tongue Tie Conundrum, Slate (2/6/2018)

An Incisionless Approach to Ear Drum Repair, Johns Hopkins Medicine (10/2/2018)

Patient Ratings & Comments

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