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  • Additional States: Alabama, California, Georgia, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Texas
  • Company: University of Florida
  • Phone: (904) 568-6516
  • Cell: (904) 568-6516
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Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness

General Specialties:

Otolaryngology and Otology

Specialty Focus:

3M, Balance, Tinnitus, Barotrauma, Diving Accident, CSF, Cholesteatoma, Cochlear Implant, Concussion, Deafness, Dizziness, Imbalance, Facial Nerve Paralysis, Head Trauma, Hearing Loss, Inner Ear Tumor, Menieres, mTBI, Otitis Media, Otoneurology, patent, disability, TBI, Vertigo, ear ringing, TMJ


BA, Princeton; MD, Rutgers; Residency in Otolaryngology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Fellowship in Neurotology, Baylor College of Medicine

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Additional Information

Dr. Knox is a double board-certified ear surgeon and trained expert witness with over 40 years of experience treating and operating on ear, balance, and hearing conditions. He has expertise in all common otolaryngologic disorders with special interest in hearing loss, dizziness, and facial paralysis. Most recently, Dr. Knox has been working with multiple clients and testified on tinnitus and hearing loss from faulty ear plug noise protection. Currently, he is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology, Immunology, and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Florida, President of Nitinetics LLC, providing consulting and expert witness services and the Chief Medical Officer of Immunodominant, Inc., aiding in the development of antiviral therapies. In addition to is medical expertise, Dr. Knox holds three United States patents and is the author of over sixty publications. Dr. Knox is active in medical research across his field with recent publications focusing on hearing disorders and balance function. Dr. Knox also holds a JD degree from Florida Coastal and is admitted to the Georgia Bar, giving him a unique understanding of the legal implications of the litigation process. Upon contacting Dr. Knox, the first phone call is complementary. Record review can usually be completed within a week of receipt. Review article on Meniere's disease can be found at: Information on Immunodominant: