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  • Starting with just seven faculty members and eight residents, Emory Otolaryngology now boasts 30 clinical and research faculty, 20 residents, and six clinical sites. Our goals are fully aligned with those of the School of Medicine and Emory Healthcare: to provide excellent patient care, educate young physicians and the community, and engage in new discoveries to advance treatment of human disease. MORE»»

Simulation training at Emory Otolaryngology.

Fellowship Programs

The principal goal of Emory Otolaryngology's fellowship programs is to train the otolaryngology resident graduate in the sub-specialty of their choosing and prepare them for an effective and successful practice. Fellows not only undertake training in their sub-specialty of interest, but also act as faculty to support residents' educational experiences. Fellowships are available in laryngology, rhinology, and speech language pathology. A one-month, mini-fellowship in laryngology is also offered.

The laryngology fellowship provides excellent exposure to the full spectrum of voice and swallowing disorders and their medical and surgical management. During the rhinology fellowship, fellows will observe and partake in multidisciplinary medical and surgical treatments. Speech-language pathology fellows will participate in multidisciplinary voice clinics, head and neck cancer clinics, and swallowing clinics. They will also work in a state-of-the-art voice laboratory. Fellows in the laryngology mini-fellowship will function in an observational fashion, shadowing the physicians and speech pathologists in the outpatient setting. MORE»»