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Otolaryngology Education and Training
 

Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship

With a contingent of five academic Pediatric Otolaryngologists, Vanderbilt is proud to offer a Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship.

Applications must be submitted through SF Match Residency and Fellowship Matching Services. We also require three letters of recommendation and your current CV.

This advanced Vanderbilt-affiiated training program allows the fellow to customize their experience to meet personal goals. The first year of the fellowship is clinical with an optional second year being encouraged, but not necessary. In this second year, the fellow may select one of four options:

  1. Master of Public Health (MPH)
  2. Master of Science-Clinical Investigation (MSCI)
  3. International mission work
  4. Basic science research (with this option, the clinical year would take place in the second year)

We are presently applying for ACGME accreditation The appointment level would be that of fellow (PGY-6) with operative privileges.

Candidates to this fellowship program must have completed a residency program in Otolaryngology accredited by either the ACGME or the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and be board-eligible for the American Board of Otolaryngology Certifying Examination. [ECFMG certification is required for International Medical Graduates who come to Vanderbilt for clinical training. ECFMG is an authorized agency to sponsor a J-1 visa. For the purpose of residency/fellowship training, Vanderbilt accepts J-1 visas only.]

Benefits include salary and additional house-staff benefits commensurate with PGY level. (PGY 6 - $54,229; PGY 7 - $57,881) Learn more about benefits.

In 2009, CNN/Money magazine ranked Vanderbilt University as one of the top 100 companies for which to work. This was the first time such an honor has been awarded to an educational institution.

The operative experience is vast and unrivaled in its breadth. Cases include cleft lip/palate repair and VPI surgery, microtia and aural atresia repair, vascular malformations, open and endoscopic airway reconstructions, chronic ear disease, cochlear implantation, sinus surgery and benign or malignant masses of the head and neck. Opportunities to participate in international mission work are available as well.

Responsibilities in the OR and clinic include:

  • supervision of residents
  • management of inpatient consultations
  • participation in the call schedule
  • involvement in a number of multidisciplinary conferences (complex aerodigestive and sleep disorders, vascular malformations, VPI/clefts, cochlear implant).

It is expected that the fellow will complete at least one publication-quality project in each year of the fellowship.

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Facilities

First opened as a free-standing hospital in 2004, Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt boasts 238 beds. It has been ranked in the top 25 children's hospitals by U.S. News and World Report and Parents magazines. The Pediatric Otolaryngology clinic within the hospital opened in December 2009. View our departmental and institutional demographics.

Ancillary services are world-class. The Department of Speech and Hearing and its Division of Audiology are among the top in the nation. Radiology, Pathology and Anesthesia services work closely with Otolaryngology to ensure optimal patient care. There is a very congenial atmosphere within the department as well as between the disciplines.

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Application and contact information

To apply, send the information outlined above to: 

Betty Leslie Warner, Fellowship Coordinator
Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship
7209 Medical Center East South Tower
1215 21st Ave South
Nashville, TN 37232-8605

For more information and questions about the fellowship, please contact:

Betty Leslie Warner
elizabeth.l.warner@vanderbilt.edu
Phone: (615) 343-6972


Last Edited: July 25, 2018
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