Brandon Johnson, MD

Brandon Johnson, MD

Professional Biography

Dr. Brandon Johnson joined ENT Associates of Greater Kansas City after finishing residency training at the University of Kansas Medical Center.  Dr. Johnson grew up in Washington, Missouri, a small town near St. Louis, before attending Saint Louis University to earn his undergraduate degree.  He spent the next several years working in the medical device industry before pursuing a career in medicine.  Since earning his medical degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia, Dr. Johnson has lived and worked in the Kansas City area.  He has a focus on global health initiatives, and volunteers his surgical skills on overseas mission trips at least once per year.

Education

St. Louis University, 2005
Undergraduate

University of Missouri - Columbia, 2012
Medical School

University of Kansas Medical Center, 2017
Residency

Volunteer/Leadership Experience

  • Medical Mission Trip to Mexico in 2009
  • Surgical Mission Trips to Uganda in 2016, 2017, and 2018
  • Surgical Mission Trip to India in 2020

Published Works

  • Brunworth, J., Garg, R., Mahboubi, H., Johnson, B., Djalilion H., Detecting Reflux in Adults With Eustachian Tube Dysfunction; Annals of Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology, July 2012; 121(7): 427 – 30
  • Johnson, B., Papillary Thyroid Microcarcinoma: Are Current Treatment Trends Resulting in Aggressive Surgical Care; Grand Rounds Presentation, University of Kansas Department of Otolaryngology Winter Meeting, January 2016
  • Johnson, B., Ledgerwood, L, Sykes, K., Tsue, T., Shnayder, Y., Osseointegrated Dental Implantation: Practice Patterns of the Microvascular Surgeon – Poster presentation, Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings; Boston, MA, April 2015
  • Johnson, B., Ledgerwood, L, Sykes, K., Tsue, T., Shnayder, Y., Osseointegrated Dental Implantation: Practice Patterns of the Microvascular Surgeon – Oral Presentation KU Alumni Research Day, June 2015
  • Paik Y., Johnson B., Chang, D., Variability in Analysis of Nasal Projection Using Three Different Methods Compared to Public Opinion – Poster Presentation, MU Health Sciences Research Day, November 2011.

Honors/Awards

  • Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society - Inducted 2011
  • Jacquelyne Holdcraft, MD Award for Clinical Excellence in Otolaryngology 2015, 2016 - KU Department of Otolaryngology

Organizations

  • Medical Missions Foundation
  • One Global Village
  • American Medical Association

Interviews