Spotlight on new faculty – Christopher Bingcang, M.D.

Christopher Bingcang, M.D.

Christopher Bingcang, M.D., is among the many new faculty members at UNMC. Here’s a brief rundown of his background and the expertise he brings to UNMC.

  • Name: Christopher M. Bingcang, M.D.
  • Hometown: Lexington, Ky.
  • New title and department at UNMC: Assistant professor, department of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery

Research interests:
Surgical simulation for surgical resident education and outcomes of office-based laryngeal procedures.

Professional Interests:
Voice disorders, airway disorders and swallowing disorders.

Medical degree:
University of Kentucky, 2007


Alpha Omega Alpha, American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery.

How I fell in love with otolaryngology:
I love the wide variety of patients and conditions that I see in everyday practice of otolaryngology. I especially love treating hoarse patients and helping them to regain their voice, especially when they use their voice professionally.

Three things you don’t know about me:

  • When not being a doctor, I play guitar, bass, mandolin, fiddle and have played in a flamenco group, reggae band and bluegrass band.
  • I enjoy cycling, hiking and skiing.
  • I enjoy travelling through the U.S., as well as abroad.