Katherine Aberle MDDr. Aberle joins ENT Associates of Greater Kansas City after welcoming the birth of her second child.  She was in private practice in Colorado for 2.5 years before relocating to Kansas City.  She manages the full spectrum of ear, nose and throat related conditions.  Dr. Aberle has particular interest in minimally invasive sinus surgery, allergy, and pediatric ENT disorders.  Dr. Aberle performs in-office sinus procedures.  In addition, for the last several years, Katherine has offered patients allergy drop therapy that avoids the hassle and cost of weekly injections.  She is currently accepting patients at the Shawnee Mission location.

Board-Certified: American Board of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery

EDUCATION

Miami University (Ohio)
Bachelor of Arts; Psychology and Neuroscience

Colorado State University
Master of Science; Physiology

Rush Medical College, Chicago Illinois
Doctor of Medicine

University of Nebraska Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Residency

ADDITIONAL TRAINING

In-office Balloon Sinuplasty
Sublingual Immunotherapy (allergy drops)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery
American Rhinologic Society

RECENT COURSEWORK

Summer Sinus Symposium (American Rhinologic Society); 2015 Chicago IL
Western States Rhinology Course; 2014; Sonoma, CA
American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy Basic and Advanced Courses 2012; Vail, CO and Squaw Valley, CA

RESEARCH

Papillary Apocrine Cystadenoma of the External Auditory Canal: a Case Report; Poster presentation
    Advisor: Dr. Gary Moore
    Triologic Winter Meeting 2012; Miami FL
Evaluation of Keros Score in Congenital Anosmia; Poster presentation
    Advisor: Dr. Donald Leopold
    COSM 2011; Chicago IL
Laryngeal Manifestation of Several Genetic Syndromes; Poster presentation
    Advisor Dr. Rodney Lusk
    AAO-HNS annual meeting 2010; Boston MA
Ultrasound of Gorilla Thyroids to Shed Light on Human Thyroid Nodularity
    Advisor Dr. Bill Lydiatt

RESIDENT RESEARCH AWARDS

1st Place: Annual Resident Research Forum, Omaha NE (2011): Effect of Alcohol on the Vestibular system
2nd Place: Annual resident research forum, Omaha NE (2009); Low Cost Surgical Training for Endoscopic Sinus Surgery