Fellowship Programs

Head and Neck Surgery Fellowship

The Head and Neck Fellowship at Wayne State University, which is accredited by The American Joint Council for Advanced Training, was established in 1991. The total number of positions available is one, for one or two years (two years is preferred). The Advanced Training Council will issue separate certificates for one-year clinical fellowships and two-year advanced clinical and basic research fellowships. In general, the one-year fellowship will focus on clinical training whereas the two year fellowship will incorporate research training.

Having a carefully structured evaluation system, these programs are site visited, reviewed, and approved by the Executive Council of the American Head and Neck Society. A diploma is awarded by the Society to those candidates who follow the rigid criteria and successfully complete the fellowship. An additional diploma is issued by Wayne State University. Read more.

Otology/Neurotology Fellowship

The Michigan Ear Institute, in cooperation with Providence Hospital, offers a two-year Fellowship program in Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery. One or two positions are available for a board-certified or board-eligible otolaryngologist each academic year. Read more.