Voice & Swallowing Institute
What is a laryngologist?
A laryngologist is a physician who has completed otolaryngology – head and neck surgery (ENT) residency training and further fellowship training specifically in laryngology/bronchoesophagology. Laryngology with bronchoesophagology focuses on treatment of disorders of voice, swallowing, and the airway.
Jennifer L. Bergeron, M.D.
Dr. Bergeron is a fellowship-trained laryngologist with specific interests in voice, swallowing, airway, and head and neck cancer. She holds an undergraduate degree in vocal music performance from Pepperdine University where she trained and performed as a coloratura soprano. She graduated with highest honors from Baylor College of Medicine in 2008. Her passion for voice and music led her to complete an internship and residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (ENT) at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Bergeron then completed fellowship training as a clinical instructor in the Division of Laryngology at the Stanford School of Medicine. After completing her training, she has returned to her home state of Texas.