Tamara Mijovic

Academic title(s): 

Assistant Professor
Chair of the Division of Otology and Neurotology
Chair of the Otolaryngology Competence Committee
Director of the McGill University Temporal Bone Laboratory

Tamara Mijovic


Jewish General Hospital
McGill University Health Centre (MUHC - Glen) Hospital
Hospital title: 
Director of the Royal Victoria Hospital Vestibular Laboratory
Otolaryngologist in charge of the Western pole of the Quebec Cochlear Implantation Program (adult site)
Awards, honours, and fellowships: 

FRSQ Award

Fellowship in Otology and Neurotology – University of British Columbia

Clinical Interests: 

Hearing Loss and surgical ear diseases

Language(s) spoken: 

Dr Tamara Mijovic MD CM FRCSC is an assistant professor at the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at McGill University and the Chair of the Division of Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery. She is the director of the McGill Temporal Bone Dissection Laboratory and the Adult Vestibular Laboratory at the MUHC. She leads the Otolaryngology Northern Mission with regular trips to Nunavik communities.

Prior to joining the faculty at McGill, she graduated from the McGill Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery residency program in 2014. Dr Mijovic then pursued fellowship training in Otology and Neurotology at the University of British Columbia where she gained vast experience in specialized ear surgeries including cochlear implantation and Endoscopic Ear Surgery.

Dr. Mijovic has received numerous awards and scholarships including the prestigious FRSQ (Fond de Recherche en Santé du Québec) research grant and the Canadian Society of Otolaryngology Fellowship Award.

Dr. Mijovic’s research interests span a variety of hearing and balance disorders with a focus on mechanisms of vestibular compensation, autoimmune inner ear diseases and endoscopic ear surgery. She continues to attend and present her research at conferences locally, nationally and internationally. She lectures regularly to medical students, residents and physicians.

She has a clinical practice at the Royal Victoria Hospital, the Jewish General Hospital as well in the community setting of Hôpital de Verdun.

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