Dr. Andrew Marlowe is a board-certified otolaryngologist specializing in adult and pediatric otology, neurotology and general otolaryngology.
Dr. Marlowe received his medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania before completing a surgical internship there. He was granted an auditory electrophysiology research fellowship at Temple University´s Garfield Auditory Research Laboratory, where he also completed a surgical residency. Dr. Marlowe received post-graduate training in craniofacial/skull base surgery at the Center for Head and Neck Surgery at Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center. He was also granted an otology/neurotology fellowship at the Dallas Foundation of Otology.
Dr. Marlowe was appointed assistant professor of otolaryngology surgery at Hahnemann University of the Health Sciences in Philadelphia, which is now known as Drexel University College of Medicine. He was later appointed assistant professor of otolaryngology surgery and director of neurotology for State University of New York at Buffalo. As an assistant professor, he also served as a full-time surgical instructor.
Outside of the office, Dr. Marlowe enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, going to the movies, driving high-performance automobiles and playing with any kind of gadget or high tech toy.