Dr. Natasha Pollak is an Associate Professor at the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Pollak completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees in electrical engineering at the University of Southern California, medical school at the Medical College of Wisconsin, residency at the University of Missouri, and otology/neurotology fellowship at the Paparella Ear, Head and Neck Institute in Minneapolis. She is the editor of “Endoscopic Ear Surgery”, the first textbook on EES published in North America in 2014. Dr. Pollak continues to serve as a lecturer and invited speaker on endoscopic ear surgery and other otology related topics at national and regional meetings and at academic institutions. She published a number of peer-reviewed research articles, book chapters, and is active in the otolaryngology community. Her interests include endoscopic and minimally-invasive ear surgery, chronic ear disease, Eustachian tube dysfunction, intratympanic therapy, lasers and other applications of engineering in otolaryngology.