The journal’s Editorial Board members and senior editors include academic otolaryngologists who are all internationally recognized as experts in their respective subspecialty areas. Neal D. Futran, MD, DMD, will serve as deputy editor for head and neck; Sukgi Choi, MD, will serve as deputy editor for pediatrics; Timothy E. Hullar, MD, will serve as associate editor for otology; and Timothy L. Smith, MD, MPH, will continue to serve as associate editor for general otolaryngology. Also continuing are Albert L Merrati, MD, for endoscopy and laryngology; Edward B. Stelow, MD, for pathology; Rebecca S. Cornelius, MD, for radiology; and Douglas E. Mattox, MD, for continuing medical education. These outstanding otolaryngologists will assist me with the review process and identification of important topics to include in the journal. Michael Johns III, MD, has agreed to serve as the new web editor and to continue to grow the journal’s internet and social media presence. Dorina Kallogjeri, MD, MPH, will serve as statistical editor for the journal. Dr Kallogjeri is the research statistician in the Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery at Washington University in St Louis and has a broad and sophisticated understanding of the various methodological and analytical challenges involved in clinical, translational, and population health research within otolaryngology. I also wish to introduce Karen Dodson, MBA, as the new editorial manager for the journal. Ms Dodson is manager of Professional Development and Academic Publishing Services at Washington University School of Medicine and has more than 25 years of professional experience in journalism, public affairs, and biomedical publishing. In addition, Karen and I have taught the Scientific Writing and Publishing class for the Masters in Clinical Investigation degree program at Washington University School of Medicine for the past 7 years. To better help the journal reach a global audience and to attract the best contributions from outside the United States, an international advisory editorial board will be created. This international advisory board will be comprised of leaders in the various subspecialties to better reflect the growing importance of research conducted outside of the United States.