Dr. Jared Langerman, a Connecticut native, graduated cum laude from Colgate University, majoring in International Relations. Shortly before graduation, he discovered his true passion of medicine and subsequently did his pre-medical training at Columbia University in New York City. He next earned his medical degree from Stony Brook University on Long Island.
He then returned home to New Haven, CT to complete his surgical internship and residency in Otolaryngology at Yale University, serving as chief resident. Here he extensively trained with numerous leaders in multiple ENT subspecialties.
He has conducted research at the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center in New York City under the tutelage of Dr. David Ho, 1996 TIME Man of the Year, as well as internationally renowned laryngologist and head and surgeon Dr. Clarence Sasaki in the Yale Larynx Lab, where he was published regarding airway protection during swallowing.
Dr. Langerman practices comprehensive otolaryngology, treating all aspects of ear, nose and throat disorders.
Prior to moving to Florida, he was in private practice in Connecticut. He enjoys the beach, golf, fitness and spending time with his family.