Jay F. Piccirillo

Jay F. Piccirillo, MD, FACS

Specializes In
  • Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology)
  • Sinus & Allergy


Languages Spoken
  • English


Sees Patients For

Comprehensive ear, nose and throat problems in adults and children over age two; sleep apnea or snoring; sinus and allergy; nose problems; hearing loss; ringing in the ear; tinnitus; tonsillitis; hoarse voice; ear infections; dizziness; balance disorders; rhinosinusitis; sinus congestion; sinus disease; sleep apnea; hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia; laser-assisted uvulopalatoplasty (LAUP); UPPP; laser treatment for sleep apnea

Hospital Affiliations

  • Barnes-Jewish Hospital
  • St. Louis Children's Hospital



Board Certifications

  • Otolaryngology

Academic Title(s)

Professor, Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
Director, Clinical Outcomes Research Office

Research Interests

Dr. Piccirillo is director of the Clinical Outcomes Research Office

Publications & Research

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1992 Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT


1990 Otolaryngology, Albany Medical Center Hospital, Albany, New York

Medical Degree

1985 University of Vermont

Financial Disclosures
  • Royalties Intellectual Property
    • Royalties: > $250,000
    • Reporting Date: 05/01/2021

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