About Dr. Sulica
Lucian Sulica, MD is a board-certified otolaryngologist and fellowship-trained laryngologist who practices in New York City. He is currently the Sean Parker Associate Professor of Laryngology and the Director of the Sean Parker Institute for Voice Disorders at Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, and is on staff at New York Presbyterian Hospital – Cornell Medical Center.
Dr. Sulica’s practice is limited to voice disorders. His research interests center on the treatment of vocal fold scar and sulcus vocalis, on neurological disorders of the larynx such as vocal fold paralysis and spasmodic dysphonia, and on evidence-based decision-making in the treatment of vocal fold lesions.
Dr. Sulica has written multiple publications in the field, including chapters in several standard textbooks, and has co-edited a volume dealing with vocal fold paralysis. He is a member of several professional organizations concerned with the voice and its problems, and lectures often on voice topics, both to colleagues and to patient groups.