Dr. Alicia Quesnel is an Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology at Harvard Medical School and a member of the Otology and Neurotology Division at Massachusetts Eye and Ear in Boston, MA USA. She received her medical degree from Northwestern University, then completed residency in Otolaryngology at Harvard Medical School and fellowship training in Neurotology at Massachusetts Eye and Ear. Her surgical practice focuses on otosclerosis, cochlear implant surgery, chronic ear disease/cholesteatoma, and skull base surgeries. She has been an avid proponent of endoscopic ear surgical techniques, and has been a faculty member in multiple temporal bone surgical training courses. She is an investigator in the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Otopathology Laboratory, which houses one of the world’s largest and most well-curated human temporal bone collections. Her research focuses on histopathology of the temporal bone, particularly related to otosclerosis and post-cochlear implantation pathology.