Dr. Tricia Kho, originally from Singapore, matriculated into high school in Massachusetts. She then graduated from Johns Hopkins University and completed medical school at the University of Michigan. She underwent a research fellowship on genetic otology at UCSF where her work focused on gene transplantation in the inner ear. She received an award for her research on the role of morphine receptors in the inner ear during her otolaryngology training at UCLA. She has been practicing with West Coast ENT since 2006 and now practices out of the Oxnard and Simi Valley offices. She is an active board member on the St. John's Regional Medical Center Surgery Committee. Her clinical interests include otology, sinus disease, and thyroid surgery. She enjoys skiing and bicycling in her free time.