Margaret A. Ogden, MD
Dr. Margaret A. Ogden is an assistant professor of otolaryngology at Washington University School of Medicine. She received her bachelor’s degree in religion from Amherst College and earned her medical degree in 2002 from Washington University. She completed postgraduate training in otolaryngology, also at Washington University, and earned the resident teaching award in 2007.
At Washington University, Dr. Ogden co-directs the Forum for Women Surgeons and participates in the Academic Women’s Network. She is a committee member of the Women in Otolaryngology committee of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.
As a general otolaryngologist, Dr. Ogden treats children and adults with a wide range of issues, including sinus and allergy problems, tonsillitis, hearing loss, thyroid and neck masses and salivary gland disease. Her clinical and research interests focus on chronic and recurrent salivary gland disease; she has developed a large practice of gland-preserving salivary surgery, including sialendoscopy, a new, minimally invasive technique to diagnose and treat non-neoplastic salivary gland disease.