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Aaron Remenschneider | Education

Undergraduate School

Indiana University

2004, Bloomington, IN

Graduate School

Harvard School of Public Health

2008, Boston, MA

Medical School

Yale School of Medicine

2009, New Haven, CT


General Surgery

Harvard Medical School/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

2010, Boston, MA



Harvard Combined Program in Otolaryngology/Mass Eye and Ear

2014, Boston, MA



Harvard Combined Program in Otolaryngology/Mass Eye and Ear

2016, Boston, MA

Aaron Remenschneider | Certifications

  • American Board of Otolaryngology (Head and Neck Surgery)
  • American Board of Otolaryngology (Neurotology)

Aaron Remenschneider | Professional History

Dr. Aaron Remenschneider grew up in Indiana and obtained his M.D. from Yale School of Medicine, and an M.P.H. from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health. He completed Otolaryngology residency training in the Harvard Combined / Mass Eye and Ear Program in 2014 and completed a pediatric / adult Neurotology fellowship at the Mass Eye and Ear / Mass General Hospital in 2016.  Dr. Remenschneider then worked clinically as the staff Neurotologist at UMass Memorial Medical Center where he served as Director of the Cochlear Implant Program and Vice Chair of the Department of Otolaryngology. In 2023, he joined the clinical staff at Boston Children’s Hospital as a staff Neurotologist.  

Dr. Remenschneider’s clinical interests and expertise includes the management of lateral skull base tumors and disorders, spinal fluid leaks, cochlear implants, bone conduction devices, the correction of conductive hearing loss, cholesteatoma, eardrum perforation and chronic otitis media.  

Additionally, Dr. Remenschneider leads a translational research laboratory that studies middle ear mechanics and bone conduction physiology. He is the principal investigator on a National Institutes for Health grant to study high frequency conductive hearing loss. He also works closely with material scientists through Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences to improve materials used in ear surgery, including the development of 3D-printed materials for eardrum repair and novel surface coatings and designs for tympanostomy (ear) tubes. He has also served as a principal investigator on an industry sponsored cochlear implant clinical trial for hearing preservation surgery. He has authored over 100 scientific articles and multiple book chapters on the management of ear disease in children and adults.  

Aaron Remenschneider | Publications