Resident Research

ENT Research and Teaching Skills

The Otolaryngology Residency Program fosters the development of residents' teaching abilities and hones research skills. Each resident in the Otolaryngology Residency Program also participates actively in their own quality improvement project and has access to the ENT High-Reliability Medicine and Clinical Effectiveness Task Forces. Residents are encouraged to develop their own personal interest within our diverse field, whether this includes an academic career or private practice.

In addition to hands on clinical training, the residents participate in an in-depth research curriculum which culminates in the writing of a CORE style Grant and submission prior to their PGY 3 research rotation.

Residents have the opportunity to complete a certificate program in quality initiatives through the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) and can receive a yellow belt in Lean Six Sigma.

Tracked Research Submissions with IRB (May 2022)

Total number of studies active with the IRB: 117
Studies approved by the IRB: 111
Studies pending approval from the IRB: 06

Podium presentations

Poster Presentations

Resident Publications