Steven L Goudy, MD

Pediatric Otolaryngologist


Primary Specialty


Leadership Titles

Division Chief, Otolaryngology


Board Certification
Am Bd Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery
Medical School:
University of Louisville School of Medicine
University of Louisville Medical Center
University of Iowa Hospitals and


Pubmed Profile



Steven Goudy, MD, serves as Division Chief of Otolaryngology at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, as well as Professor at Emory University School of Medicine. He joined Children’s in 2015 by way of Vanderbilt University Children’s Hospital, where he worked for 10 years following his fellowship training in pediatric otolaryngology at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics.

Dr. Goudy’s clinical interests include cleft lip and palate, head and neck tumors, maxillary development, Pierre Robin sequence, vascular malformations, and velopharyngeal insufficiency. He participates in the vascular malformation, head and neck tumor, and thyroid multidisciplinary teams at Children’s.


Dr. Goudy’s lab focuses on craniofacial bone regeneration and the basic biologic mechanisms that control facial bone and soft tissue regeneration. He currently collaborates with investigators at Georgia Institute of Technology and is supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Children’s Research Trust.

Learn more about Dr. Goudy’s research lab.

Focus of Practice

  • Ear, Nose and Throat

Areas of Interest

  • Maxillary development
  • Pierre Robin sequence
  • Vascular malformations
  • Velopharyngeal insufficiency
  • Cleft lip and palate


Childrens Physician Group - Otolaryngology

Center for Advanced Pediatrics, 2174 North Druid Hills Road NE 1st Floor Atlanta, GA 30329 Get Directions 404-785-5437

Childrens Physician Group - Otolaryngology

Center for Advanced Pediatrics, 2174 North Druid Hills Road NE 6th Floor Atlanta, GA 30329 Get Directions 404-785-5437

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