Ryan P. Gallivan, MD
Director: Northwest Sinus Center


Northwest Sinus Center
2450 NE Mary Rose Place
Bend, OR 97701

PRACTICE  

Central Oregon Ear, Nose and Throat
Nasal and Sinus Disorders
Bend/Redmond, Oregon

2002 - Present
   
FELLOWSHIP  

Rhinology:  Nasal and Sinus Disorders
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Dept. of Otolaryngology & Communicative Disorders
Section of Nasal & Sinus Disorders
Cleveland, Ohio  

2001 - 2002
   
RESIDENCY  
Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
University of California Irvine Medical Center
Orange, California
1997 - 2001
   
INTERNSHIP  
General Surgery Internship
University of California Irvine Medical Center
Orange, California
1996 - 1997
   
GRADUATE EDUCATION  
Jefferson Medical College
Thomas Jefferson University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Doctor of Medicine
1992 - 1996
   
UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION  

University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California
BA: Political Economy of Industrial Societies
Minor: Spanish

1985 - 1990
St. Louis University, Madrid
Study Abroad Program
Madrid, Spain
1988 - 1989
   
PRIMARY HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS  
St. Charles Medical Center
Bend/Redmond, Oregon
2002 - Present
   
PRIOR HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS  

The Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Fellowship, Cleveland, Ohio

2001 - 2002

University of California Irvine Medical Center
Residency, Orange, California

1996 - 2001

Veterans Administration Medical Center
Residency, Long Beach, California 

1996 - 2001

Children's Hospital of Orange County
Residency, Orange, California

1996 - 2001

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Lakeview
Residency, Anaheim, California

1999 - 2000
   
HONORS AND AWARDS  
American Cancer Society – Diamond Hope Award Nominee 2008
Diplomate – American Board of Otolarygology 2002 - Present
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society Member  1995 - Present
Second Annual Research Symposium Award, UCI 2001
Hobart Amory Hare Honor Medical Society    1995
Clinical Honors - Otolaryngology (Jefferson), Otolaryngology (UCSF), General Surgery, Pathology, Radiology, Rehabilitation Medicine 1994-1996
   
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS  
Oregon Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 2004 - Present
Oregon Medical Association 2003 - Present
American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy 2002 - Present
Central Oregon Medical Society 2002 - Present
American Rhinologic Society 2001 - Present
American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery 1997 - Present
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society Member  1995 - Present
American Medical Association 1994 - Present
   
ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS
NATIONAL
 

1. The Shenoid/ClivusEpicenter of the Skull Base.  Advanced Techniques in
Endoscopic Management of Sinonasal Disorders.  Rhinology Faculty. 
St. Petersberg, Florida.   

2010
2. Endoscopic Resection of Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma. Advanced
Techniques in Endoscopic Management of Sinonasal Disorders.  Rhinology Faculty. 
St. Petersberg, Florida.  
2010

3. Citardi MJ, Gallivan RP, Batra PS, Maurer CR, Rohfling R, Roh HJ, Lanza DC. 
Quantitative computer-aided CT analysis of sphenoid sinus anatomical relationships
American Rhinologic Society, Nashville, TN                  

2003

4. Batra PS, Citardi MJ, Gallivan RP, Roh HJ, Lanza DC.  Software-enabled CT
analysis of carotid artery position and sphenoid sinus pneumatization patterns.
American Rhinologic Society, Nashville, TN 

2003

5. Head and Neck Computed Tomography Virtual Endoscopy: Evaluation
of a New Imaging Technique.
Annual Meeting of the American Laryngological, Rhinological, and Otological Society
(COSM) Palm Desert, California                      

1999

American College of Surgeons, Huntington Beach, California
(Published, Laryngoscope)

2000

6.  GibsonÂ’s Rules Revisited: Anisotropic Warping of Cartilage Grafts with
Perichondrial Preservation in the Porcine Nasal Septal Model.
The Trilogic Society, Western Section, San Francisco, California

2000

7.  CT Virtual Endoscopy of the Head and Neck: Normal                                                             
Anatomy and Pathology    
American Society of Neuroradiology, Atlanta, Georgia

2000

American Society of Head and Neck Radiology, Atlanta, Georgia
(Submitted for Publication)

2000

8.  CT Virtual Endoscopy of Head and Neck: Imaging
and Clinical Correlation
American Roentgen Ray Society, Washington, D.C.,

2000

9.   CT Virtual Endoscopy of the Larynx: Normal                                                            
Anatomy and Pathology
Radiological Society of North America, Chicago, Illinois
(Submitted for Publication)

2000

10.  CT Virtual Endoscopy for Head and Neck Tumors
American Society of Neuroradiology, San Diego, California

1999
   

ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS
LOCAL

 

1.  Pituitary Surgery in the 21st Century,
Ryan P. Gallivan, MD and Kent D. Yundt, MD  
Merle West Medical Center, Grand Rounds, Klamath Falls, Oregon

2008
2006

2.  Pituitary Surgery in the 21st Century:  A RhinologistÂ’s Perspective
Oregon Optometric Physicians Association Annual Meeting
Iron Man Optometry Conference, Central Oregon       

2007
2006

3.  Surgical Management of Thyroid Eye Disease: Endoscopic Orbital Decompression
Oregon Optometric Physicians Association Annual Meeting
Iron Man Optometry Conference, Central Oregon       

2007
2006

4.  Endoscopic Endonasal Dacryocystorhinostomy
Oregon Optometric Physicians Association Annual Meeting
Iron Man Optometry Conference, Central Oregon

2007
2006

5.  Computer Aided Surgery
Iron Man Optometry Conference, Central Oregon

2005

6.  Pituitary Surgery in the 21st Century,
Ryan P. Gallivan, MD and Kent D. Yundt, MD
St. Charles Medical Center, Grand Rounds, Bend Oregon

2005

7.  Computer Aided Surgery
St. Charles Medical Center, Grand Rounds, Bend Oregon

2005

8.  Sphenoid Sinus Anatomy in The 21st Century: Prominences and Recesses.
University of California, Irvine Medical Center, Grand Rounds
Orange, California

2004

9.  Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Ryan P. Gallivan, MD and David L. Dedrick, MD
Central Oregon Dental Society, Bend, Oregon

2004

10.  Sphenoid Sinus Anatomy in The 21st Century: Prominences and Recesses.
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Grand Rounds
Department of Otolaryngology & Communicative Disorders

2002

11.  Head and Neck Computed Tomography Virtual Endoscopy: Evaluation of a New Imaging Technique.
The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Grand Rounds
Department of Otolaryngology & Communicative Disorders

2001

12.  GibsonÂ’s Rules Revisited: Anisotropic Warping of Cartilage Grafts with
Perichondrial Preservation in the Porcine Nasal Septal Model.
Second Annual Research Symposium, UCI Medical Center

2000

13.  Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Grand Rounds:
Otosclerosis, HIV in Otolaryngology, Browplasty and the Aging Face, Penetrating
Neck Trauma, Tracheal Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma, and Salivary Gland Neoplasms

1997-2001

14.  Tracheal Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma:  Case Report, Pathology and Review of the literature.
University of California Irvine Medical Center, Orange, California 
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

1998 & 2001
1996

15.  Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate
Externship, University of California, San Francisco     

1996

16.  Hobart Amory Hare Honor Medical Society
One of Six Medical Students Chosen to Present a Clinical Pathological Correlation.
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1995

17.  Operation Smile: Nicaragua 1995
Informed students of operative and personal experiences in Nicaragua.
Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1995
   

PATIENT/CME INFORMATION PUBLICATIONS

 

1.  “Advances in Endoscopic Management of Nasal and Sinus Disorders” 
Course Syllabus – Lanza DC, Citardi MJ, Gallivan RP

2001
   
CURRENT RESEARCH  

1. Applications of Computer Aided Surgery Technology in Endoscopic Sinus Surgery.

2001 - present

2. Software-Enabled Cadaveric CT Analysis for Paranasal Sinuses and Anterior and Middle Fossa Skull Base Anatomy.

2001 - present
   
PUBLICATIONS  

1. Gallivan RP, Nguyen TH, Armstrong WB. Head and Neck Computed Tomography Virtual Endoscopy: Evaluation of a New Imaging Technique. Laryngoscope 1999; 109:1570-1579

 

2. Batra PS, Citardi MJ, Gallivan RP, Roh HJ, Lanza DC. Software-enabled CT analysis of optic nerve position and paranasal sinus pneumatization patterns. Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. In press.

 

3. Batra PS, Citardi MJ, Gallivan RP, Roh HJ, Lanza DC. Software-enabled CT analysis of carotid artery position and sphenoid sinus pneumatization patterns. American Journal of Rhinology. 2004; 18:203-208.

 

4. Citardi MJ, Gallivan RP, Batra PS, Maurer CR, Rohfling R, Roh HJ, Lanza DC. Quantitative computer-aided CT analysis of sphenoid sinus anatomical relationships. American Journal of Rhinology. 2004;18:173-178.

 
5. Knott, PD, Mauer CR, Gallivan RP, Roh, HJ, Citardi MJ. The impact of fiducial distribution on headset based registration in image-guided sinus surgery. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. 2004;131:666-672.  
   
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES  

HealthMatters of Central Oregon
Board Member

2009-Present

COEMR
Central Oregon Electronic Medical Records
Board Member   

2009

Proxense
Medical Advisor
Co-developer of ProxMed applications suite

2007-Present
2007-Present

Central Oregon Independent Practice Association
Board Member                                                                                                                                   
Contracting Committee Member    

2008-Present
2008

President
Central Oregon Medical Society

2007

Faculty-Laboratory Instructor
“Advances in Endoscopic Management of Nasal and Sinus Disorders”                
Cleveland Clinic Foundation

2003
2001

2002 American Rhinologic Society COSM Program Committee
Member

2001 - 2002
Laboratory instructor
Resident and Mini-Fellowship Cadaver Dissections
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
2001 - 2002

Tutoring Head and Neck Anatomy
University of California, Irvine

1997-2000
Operation Smile International
Spanish interpreter/Medical Personnel
Velez-Pais Hospital, Managua, Nicaragua
1995

Emergency Medical Technician/Spanish Interpreter
Saint JosephÂ’s Emergency Department
Santa Ana, CA

1991 - 1993

Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE)
Student Intern
Berkeley, CA

1989-1990

English Instructor, Madrid, Spain
Taught English to intermediate level students.

1988 - 1989
   
COMMUNITY SERVICE  

Volunteer bilingual teachers aid for CCD - St. Joseph Grammar School
Served as teachers aid for Christian catechism classes.

1991

Emergency Room volunteer - St. Joseph Hospital
Acted as Spanish interpreter and general assistant. 

1991
Volunteer Spanish tutoring for international exchange students. 1990
   
INTERESTS  

Fly-fishing, Languages (Spanish Fluency), and Traveling, Health Information Technology

 
   
PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE  

Oregon

 
Board Certified in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery