Financial Disclosure: Dr. Sims is receiving an honorarium from NW Voice for presenting. He has no other financial relationships to disclose.
Non-Financial Disclosure: Dr. Sims has no non-financial disclosures.
Dr. H. Steven Sims is a board-certified Laryngologist and Director of the Chicago Institute for Voice Care at the University of Illinois Chicago Medical Center. He chose a career in professional voice care as an extension of his two passions: medicine and singing. He is from musical family and is an accomplished baritone and instrumentalist. He plays trombone, bassoon, and piano and sang in choirs during his undergraduate studies at Yale University. After completing Yale Medical School he secured a research fellowship at the National Institute on Deafness and Communication Disorders before a residency at Yale Otolaryngology. He completed a fellowship in care of the professional voice at Vanderbilt University.
He is committed to identifying and addressing healthcare disparities as well as the effects of structural racism on medical education and the practice of medicine. He leads the anti-racism curriculum at UIC College of Medicine and was appointed during the Obama administration as an advisor to the National Institute of Health.
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