The UW laryngology fellowship year provides a truly comprehensive experience in the evaluation and management of all three domains of laryngology: voice, swallowing, and airway. The fellowship is particularly strong in diagnostic and therapeutic neurolaryngology as well as in airway stenosis and in the management of laryngeal cancer.
The fellow will be responsible for working with and teaching residents clinical and surgical management of complex laryngology cases. Several collaborative services are available for educational experiences, including a rich partnership with top-notch speech language pathologists, radiographic and esophageal physiology testing, and tumor board. Candidates must be a board eligible graduate of a certified training program in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. The fellow will be selected after a review of past educational performance supplemented with personal interviews by the faculty. One fellow is accepted per academic year. Interested applicants should send a cover letter outlining their interest, career goals, and experience in laryngology along with their CV to Program Director, Al Merati, MD.
Length of fellowship: 1-year Clinical Fellowship
Number of Positions Available: 1
Fellowship Contact Information
Al Merati, MD
02/08/2023: Match Opens
03/22/2023: Ranking Opens
4/05/2023: Quota Change Deadline
04/19/2023: Rank Order List Certification Deadline
05/03/2023: Match Day
See National Resident Matching Program website Laryngology page for updates.
How to Apply
Interested applicants should send a cover letter outlining their interest, career goals, and experience in laryngology along with their CV to Program Director, Al Merati, MD via email firstname.lastname@example.org For information about all laryngology fellowships please visit the American Laryngological Association website ( https://alahns.org/laryngology-fellowship/ )
NOTE: Applicants should communicate directly to the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Washington.
Our highly trained surgeons, providers, nurses and support staff treat patients with disorders such as chronic sinusitis, dizziness, cancer and the loss of ability to hear, speak and/or swallow.
Fellows and Faculty
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