Four of the chief residents in the Department of Otolaryngology at Washington University have been selected for some of the most prestigious fellowship programs in the country. They are pursuing careers in otolaryngology surgical sub-specialties of neurotology and head and neck cancer. Almost 80 percent of WashU’s recent ENT graduates pursue fellowship training, compared to […]
Four new fellowship trainees recently started in the Department of Otolaryngology at Washington University. We connected with them to learn a little more about why they chose WashU to continue their training, their impressions of St. Louis, and what they like to do in their spare time. Ian Newberry, MD, fellow in pediatric otolaryngology Why […]
Fellows in the Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery have spent the past one to two years completing intense surgical training with their specialty mentors. As they prepare for graduation, we asked each to share some thoughts on their fellowship experience. Andrea L. Hanick, MD, fellow in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery What’s the next […]
What is your role in the Department of Otolaryngology? I am the current clinical fellow in the specialty area of head and neck surgical oncology and microvascular reconstruction. What most attracted you to a fellowship at Washington University? I was most attracted to WashU by the volume of cases done here and more importantly the […]
Why did you pick Wash U for your fellowship? After interviewing, I remember being immediately impressed by the scope and depth of the training, the leadership both locally and nationally, and the overall completeness of the program. While WashU was a new program, it was clearly evident to me that the training had some of […]
Welcoming two new fellows: Dr. Hanick in the Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and C. Burton Wood in the Division of Head and Neck Surgical Oncology and Microvascular Reconstruction.
To celebrate the Department of Otolaryngology’s graduates this year, Chair Craig Buchman, MD, and his wife Liz dropped off dinner and parting gifts at each resident and fellow’s home. While it wasn’t the usual large gathering, due to COVID-19, it was truly a family affair. Congratulations to our graduates! And read more about where our […]
Collin L. Chen, MD Plans: I am very excited to start my job at St. Louis University, where I will be an academic Facial Plastic Surgeon for the Department of Otolaryngology. I look forward to returning to the department who introduced me to this wonderful field, back when I was a medical student. Reflection: I […]