The department offers three fellowship training programs:
The principal goal of these programs is to prepare academically-inclined residency graduates for their first faculty appointment.
Fellows undertake training in a sub-specialty of interest as well as taking an active role in resident education. None of these fellowships are considered "observational" as fellows must possess the appropriate surgical skills and judgment to function as the primary surgeon under the supervision of fellowship faculty. With a large and diverse patient population, the department offers in-depth exposure to the full range of otolaryngologic disorders and surgical procedures.
In addition to robust clinical opportunities, the fellowship training programs are also part of a busy academic setting with numerous opportunities to participate in either basic science and/or clinical research.
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