Dr. Sarah Rohde was born and raised in Northern Virginia. She received her both undergraduate degree (2000) and medical degree (2004) from The University of Virginia. For post graduate training, Dr. Rohde came to Vanderbilt and completed a surgical internship and otolaryngology residency in 2009. She continued her training at Vanderbilt completing a Head and Neck surgical oncology and reconstructive microvascular surgery fellowship in 2010. In 2010, she began her career at Vanderbilt as an Assistant Professor. Her interests include endocrine surgery, microvascular free flap reconstruction of the head and neck, and treatment of head and neck cancer. She is a member of the Admissions Committee, a CCX mentor, and an ongoing mentor to undergraduate students through AED. Other interests include yearly medical mission trips to East Africa and research mentoring to otolaryngology residents and fellows. She is married to Robert Herring, a high school Spanish teacher at Ensworth High School, and has two children (Robert age 4 and William age 3). She enjoys running half marathons and traveling.
Assistant Professor, Otolaryngology