Glenn W. Bunting is the Clinical Director of the Voice and Speech Laboratory and Chief of the Division of Speech-Language Pathology, Department of Otolaryngology at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital in Boston. With a Master of Science Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Boston University, he has over 38 years of clinical experience in evaluating and treating patients with a wide variety of voice disorders. He was one of the founding clinicians of the Voice and Speech Laboratory in 1992 and guided the clinically specialized program to national recognition in the evaluation and treatment of patients with voice disorders. He completed his clinical fellowship at Boston University Medical Center where he worked for several years before joining the Department of Neurology at Lahey Clinic. In addition to his clinical duties, Mr. Bunting has taught graduate level courses in voice disorders, neuromotor speech disorders, and laryngectomy rehabilitation at Boston University, Emerson College, and MGH Institute of Health Professions. He was a member of the American Speech-Language, Hearing Association Voice and Voice Disorders steering committee for 3 years where he co-authored several national clinical guideline documents related to endoscopic procedures, and head and neck rehabilitation. Mr. Bunting has written several book chapters and co-authored numerous articles related to voice disorders. He continues to lecture nationally and internationally on a variety of topics including the evaluation and treatment of voice disorders related to laryngeal muscle tension and head and neck cancer. He specializes in laryngeal manipulation and massage, with a particular expertise in the differential diagnosis and treatment of functional neurogenic voice and breathing disorders.