Carly Schiff, MS, CCC-SLP

  • Associate in Clinical Otolaryngology
  • Speech Language Pathologist

This provider accepts new patients

Appointment Phone Number: (212) 305-5289

Carly Schiff, MS, CCC-SLP

Carly S. Cantor currently serves as an Associate in Clinical Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery at Columbia University Medical Center. Ms. Cantor received her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University where she earned a certificate in Musical Theatre and was an accomplished singer and performer. She then received her master's degree from New York University in Speech and Language Pathology. Carly later worked as a voice pathologist/singing voice specialist at the prestigious Blaine Block Institute for Voice Analysis and Rehabilitation/The Professional Voice Center of Cincinnati in Dayton and Cincinnati, OH.

Her clinical interests lie in the area of voice disorders, with a specialized interest in voice disorders for the singer and pediatric voice disorders. Ms. Cantor also has a passion for treatment of swallowing disorders, management of TEP prostheses for laryngectomy patients, transgender voice modification, and rehabilitation of head and neck cancer patients.

Areas of Expertise

  • Voice and Vocal Cord Disorders
  • Singing Voice Disorders
  • Swallowing Disorder
  • Throat & Voice Problems
  • Breathing Problem
  • Pediatric Voice Disorders

Education & Training

  • MS, Speech and Language Pathology, New York University


  • ColumbiaDoctors Third Avenue Office

    880 Third Avenue
    Floor: 3rd Floor
    New York, NY 10022
    For new and current patient appointments, call:
    (212) 305-5289
    (646) 317-2720
  • CUMC/Harkness Pavilion

    180 Fort Washington Avenue
    Floor: 7th Floor
    New York, NY 10032
    (212) 305-5289

Practices and Centers

  • ColumbiaDoctors Midtown



1.Carly Cantor. Co-Presenter. “Vocal Health for the Singer.” World Voice Day Event at The Warsaw Federal Incline Theatre. April 16th, 2016.Cincinnati, OH.

2.Carly Cantor. Co-Presenter. “Voice Therapy for the Transgender Individual.” OSLHA Conference. February, 2016. Columbus, OH.

3.Carly Cantor. Presenter “Survey of Vocal Health Habits in Community Theatre Vocal Performers.” The Pan American Vocology Association Inaugural Conference. October, 2015. Greensboro, NC.

4.Carly Cantor. Presenter “Voice Therapy for the Transgender Individual.” GLSEN Youth Summit Workshop. September, 2015.Dayton, OH.

5.Carly Cantor. Co-Presenter “What is Transgender Voice Therapy?” PFLAG Cincinnati. August, 2015, Cincinnati, OH.

6.Carly Cantor. Presenter “Healthy Singing in Young Voices.” The University of Dayton (Undergraduate Vocal Pedagogy Class), February 2014. Dayton, OH

7.Carly Cantor. Presenter “Vocal Health and Hygiene.” Cincinnati Country Day School’s High School MT Department, February 2014, Cincinnati, OH

8.Carly Cantor. “What is Transgender Voice Therapy?” Transgender Support Groups in NY, Summer 2014, New York, NY