Michael Glasscock is an internationally recognized clinican, surgeon, educator and author. He was born in Longview, Texas where he was raised for the first eight years of his life on his grandfather’s cattle farm. At the beginning of World War II, he moved to a small Tennessee town similar to the town of Round Rock in his “Round Rock Series” novels.
Glasscock studied medicine and became a doctor of Otology – Neurology. He practiced medicine in Nashville, Tennessee where he was a clinical professor with Vanderbilt University. He retired from active practice in 1997 and now works as a consultant for three major medical device companies and has a limited practice in Otology at The Glasscock Hearing Implant Center in Houston, Texas. He currently resides in Austin Texas.
Michael Glassock founded the American Journal of Otology, 1979 (currently Otology and Neurotology) and the EAR Foundation 1971, Nashville, Tennessee.
Dr. Glasscock enjoys flying helicopters, sailing and power boating, writing essays, short stories, and novels.
Other books by William E. Glasscock III:
The Trial of Dr. Kate (Round Rock Series, book 2)
Brain Stem Elec Response Audio
Surgery of the Ear
Contact Michael E. Glasscock III:
Greenleaf Book Group