Residency

Residency

Our program has a rich history with the first Professorship of Otology dating back to 1872.  Our first full-time chair, Dr. George Reed, took his position in 1964.  Since then, many faculty and residents have come through our program.  We provide strong clinical training in all subspecialties of otolaryngology.  We take three residents per year.  Approximately half of our residents go on to fellowship training and usually match in their top choices.  We also have a 1 year fellowship in craniomaxillofacial surgery.  We encourage you to take a look around our site.  Good luck with your search for a training program.

Sincerely,

Dr. Robert Kellman MD - Professor and Chair
Dr. Amar Suryadevara MD - Associate Professor and Residency Program Director

The clinical and surgical experience is enhanced through weekly basic science lectures, subspecialty lectures, and Grand Rounds. Additional education is provided through Head and Neck Tumor Board, Morbidity and Mortality Conference, and Journal Club.

In the spring, a series of surgical anatomy laboratories are held in the College of Medicine gross anatomy lab and a temporal bone dissection course is performed within the department's temporal bone laboratory. PGY-5 residents also partake in a microvascular anastomosis laboratory. Residents also have a total of six months dedicated to research during the PGY-3 and PGY-4 years.


How to Apply

For those considering applying to our residency program, we hope you find this website useful in obtaining general information about the program.

Three candidates a year are accepted into the departments Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) accredited program and as of July 1, 2016: this appointment is contingent upon successful passage of all pre-employment procedures including mandatory drug screening.

We encourage you to contact us at anytime for additional information or for answers to specific questions.