Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery Fellowships
We prepare graduates from accredited otolaryngology residencies for teaching by giving them their first faculty appointments. As a clinical instructor in one of our fellowship programs, you undertake training in your subspecialty of interest, and also serve as a junior faculty member and play a significant role in resident education.
Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship
Gain experience supervising a facial plastic surgery clinic and performing cosmetic procedures in office-based surgical facilities. Learn more about the Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship.
Head and Neck Oncology—Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship
Participate in advanced training with plastic surgeons, oral maxillofacial surgeons, and medical oncologists performing complex head and neck surgical procedures, including minimally invasive transoral laser microsurgery, robotic-assisted surgery, and endoscopic procedures. Learn more about the Head and Neck Oncology—Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship.
Laryngology and Voice Disorders Fellowship
Refine your skills in diagnosing and managing laryngological diseases and in performing advanced operative techniques in laryngology and bronchoesophagology with a team of specialists at NYU Langone’s Voice Center and through unique partnerships with the performing arts community. Learn more about the Laryngology and Voice Disorders Fellowship.
Improve your ability to diagnose and manage diseases and disorders of the ear, including hearing and balance disorders and injuries to or diseases of the lateral skull base, and gain surgical experience with procedures to correct these conditions. Learn more about the Paul E. Hammerschlag Fellowship in Neurotology.
Pediatric Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery Fellowship
Provide care, including intensive care unit consultations, for children with a variety of rare and complex ear, nose, and throat conditions, and gain experience performing complex otolaryngologic procedures, including airway surgery, neck mass and sinus surgery, laryngotracheal reconstruction, and cochlear implantation. Learn more about the Millstone Family Fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery.