Dr. Brian Schwab is originally from Portland, Oregon, but got to Texas as soon as he could. After graduating Cum Laude from Rice University in Houston with a degree in Bioengineering, he went on to volunteer with the United Nations in Chile. He received his medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine thereafter. While in medical school, he was elected student body president and honored with the prestigious Dean's Recognition Award. He completed a General Surgery internship at Mount Sinai Beth Israel and finished his specialty training in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai. While in residency, he earned numerous awards, including the Metropolitan New York Research Award, Hugh Biller Research Award, J. Swift Hanley Resident Award and Academic Chief Resident Award.
Dr. Schwab enjoys treating all aspects of otolaryngology in both children and adults. His interests include the medical and surgical management of many head and neck disorders, including sinus disease, allergy, hearing loss, ear disorders, vertigo, thyroid cancer, parathyroid disorders, sleep apnea, voice disorders, and others.
Dr. Schwab sees patients at the South Austin, Village and Kyle locations and is fluent in Spanish.
Board Eligible | American Board of Otolaryngology
Duke University, 2012