Anaïs Rameau

Anaïs Rameau, USA

Assistant Professor of Laryngology

  • She completed her residency at Stanford University in 2016 and her fellowship at UC Davis in 2017
  • She is funded by the Dalio Center for Health Justice to develop Attuned, an open access voice and modification training modification app for transgender and gender diverse people
  • She is the Director of New Technologies in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College.


Dr. Anaïs Rameau is an academic laryngologist and the current Chief of Dysphagia and Director of New Technologies in the Department of Otolaryngology at Weill Cornell Medical College. She has focused her scientific endeavors on the integration of novel technologies in the diagnosis and treatment of voice and swallowing disorders with the ultimate goal of decreasing cost of care, improving accessibility of specialized health services and detecting pathologies early.  Much of her current focus is on the development of a bedside aspiration acoustic screening tool using artificial neural networks in the recognition of the “wet” voice, characteristic of patients with severe deglutitive disorders, funded by the National Institute on Aging prestigious Beeson Award. She is also a co-investigator on the Voice data generation project of the Bridge to AI initiative of the NIH Common Fund. She is leading the development of a silent speech wearable device for patients with limited phonation, and is  actively researching the application of computer vision to automate diagnosis in video-laryngoscopy, a project funded by the American Laryngological Association. She is an alumna Young Leader of the French American Foundation.

Memberships & Publications

Chadwick KA, Coleman R, Andreadis K, Pitti M, Rameau A. Outcomes of Gender‐Affirming Voice and Communication Modification for Transgender Individuals. The Laryngoscope. 2022 Aug;132(8):1615-21.

Chadwick KA, Liao D, Alter IL, Coleman R, Andreadis K, Riekki R, Waldman J, Rives H, Pitti M, Rameau A. Outcomes of Gender-Affirming Voice and Communication Modification Training for Non-binary Individuals: A Case Series. Journal of Voice. 2023 Sep 4.

Feit NZ, Wang Z, Demetres MR, Drenis S, Andreadis K, Rameau A. Healthcare disparities in laryngology: a scoping review. The Laryngoscope. 2022 Feb;132(2):375-90.

Wandell GM, Rameau A. Healthcare disparities in laryngology and speech language pathology. InHealthcare Disparities in Otolaryngology 2024 Jan 1 (pp. 167-185). Elsevier.

Triological Society, Member

American Society of Geriatric Otolaryngology, Board Member

New York Academy of Medicine, Fellow

AAO-HNS History and Archives Committee, Chair

American Laryngological Association (ALA), Fellow

Laryngology Education Foundation, Board Member

American Broncho-Esophageal Association (ABEA), Active member

Dysphagia Research Society (DRS), Active member

European Laryngological Association, Active member

2023 Fellow, American Laryngological Association
2022 Joint Appointment in the Department of Medicine, Division of Geriatrics, Weill
Cornell Medical College
2022 New York Academy of Medicine Fellow
2022 Triological Society Fellow
Thesis “Changes in Cough Airflow and Acoustics After Injection Laryngoplasty”
2022 Associate Editor for Machine Learning at The Laryngoscope
Most junior associate editor for the “leading source of information” in otolaryngology
2021 Clarence Sasaki Award, Dysphagia Research Society Conference, for “Disparities
Research in Oropharyngeal Dysphagia: A Scoping Review”
2020 Named “Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability Faculty Fellow”
2020 Young Leader of French American Foundation
Flagship and selective program of the French-American Foundation. Alumni include Presidents
Bill Clinton, Emmanuel Macron and François Hollande.
2020 AAO-HNS Sim Tank Winner, 3rd place – “Developing a 3D-Printed Larynx for
Injection Laryngoplasty Training”
2019 Cornell Entrepreneurship Summit Presenter for MyophonX. Only 4 start-ups from
the entire university were selected to present on stage. Times Building, New York, NY.
2019 ELabNYC Fellow, CEO of MyophonX
“The Entrepreneurship Lab is a competitive 6-month Program launched by the City of New York,
designed for […] scientists, researchers and technologists in NYC interested in forming new
ventures in the life sciences and healthcare technology sectors”
2018 Winner, 2nd Annual Weill Cornell Medicine CTSC Health Innovation Hackathon
“Applying machine learning to face and neck muscle signals (EMG) to recognize patient-specific
silent speech in individuals with no voice box”
2016 UC Davis Graduate Medical Education High Value Competition Winner
“Enhancing Airway Safety Using the Electronic Medical Record”
2015 Resident Research Award, Stanford University
“When did gastro-esophageal reflux become a disease?”
2014 Golden Drill Award, Stanford University