A Taste of WashU ENT provides short virtual events designed to showcase aspects of our training program for medical students considering a residency in otolaryngology. Join us live online or view the recordings at your convenience.

Our sessions feature discussions with Washington University otolaryngology faculty and residents. Learn more about our training environment and life as a resident at Washington University in St. Louis. Questions are always welcome and can be submitted prior to the live session.

To sign up and receive the Zoom link please email entresidency@wustl.edu.

Part 1. A Taste of WashU ENT: Overview of Residency Program

Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 7:00pm Central Time
Lindberg Professor and Chair Dr. Craig Buchman and Residency Director Dr. Judith Lieu offer an introduction to the Department of Otolaryngology at Washington University. Short presentations by a number of our specialists will also be included.

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Part 2. A Taste of WashU ENT: Residency Life & Training Highlights

Wednesday, August 26 at 7:00pm Central Time
Following a brief introduction by faculty leaders, Chief resident Rajan Dang, MD, and PGY4 resident Miranda Lindburg, MD, will co-host a group of current residents who will share highlights of their training and thoughts regarding life as a resident in St. Louis. Plenty of time for questions will follow.

View recordings of session 2:
Introduction and departmental overview »
Residents’ view »

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Rajan Dang, MD
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Miranda Lindburg, MD

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Jay Piccirillo, MD

Part 3. A Taste of WashU ENT: Physician-Scientist Training Program

Wednesday, September 23 at 7:00pm Central Time
Vice-Chair for Research and Director, Physician-Scientist Training Program Dr. Jay Piccirillo describes our research track training program. He will be joined by current and former T32 residents who will share their experiences and answer your questions.
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