The 32nd Annual Resident Research Day featured presentations by ten otolaryngology residents and three medical students. All the presentations were outstanding and demonstrate the high quality basic science, clinical, and outcomes research conducted by our trainees. Basic science research made a strong resurgence this year, highlighted by a number of residents willing to spend countless hours in the lab investigating head and neck cancer immunotherapy, hidden hearing loss, and sialolith formation. Winners of the Paparella Resident Research Award were Paul Zolkind, MD (Basic Science) and Pawina Jiramongkolchai, MD (Clinical Research). See all the resident researchers and the titles of their presentations in the rotator below.