Fellowship Opportunity in Clinical or Basic Science Research

The University Hospitals ENT Institute offers a Clinical Research Fellowship providing an opportunity for fellows to work within our nationally funded otolaryngology research program to advance the care of conditions affecting the ear, nose and throat.

The Clinical Research Fellowship is for up to two talented research fellows per year. Fellows can participate in clinical or basic science research. Their responsibilities will encompass the organization and furthering of our clinical research projects between attendings, residents/fellows and medical students. Our UH ENT Research Center has a full gamut of research expertise, including basic science hearing, head and neck cancer, quality and clinical studies.

Leadership is provided by Todd Otteson, MD, MPH, along with our Director of Basic Science Hearing Research Kumar Alagramam, MD, and Quintin Pan, MD (Head and Neck Oncology). We have integrated statistics support and access to national databases. Involvement with the clinical didactics and opportunities for a clinical rotation experience may also be incorporated.

How to Apply

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis with a deadline of March 30. To apply, please send application, CV and three letters of recommendation to our residency coordinator.

Karen Walsh
Program Coordinator, ENT Residency

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