We are very proud of our current residents. Please browse their profiles (click on any name below) to see what it takes to become one of ours.
MD: University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
I have had many great experiences with the faculty, staff, and residents during my T32 predoctoral research year and my away rotation at Washington University. Not only is WashU a distinguished program with excellent operative experience and research opportunities, I always felt personally supported and cared for by the people around me.
MD: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
“I’m thrilled to be starting my career in otolaryngology surrounded by a group of faculty and residents who are committed to clinical and research excellence, mentorship, and culture of support. I’m looking forward to taking advantage of all the opportunities St. Louis and WashU have to offer!”
MD: Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine
WashU Otolaryngology offers everything I could want in a training program – a tremendous operative experience, strong representation of all sub-specialties, and research support that is second to none. For me, however, the most important part is the people. The residents and faculty are very welcoming, which makes the program feel like a family.
MD: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
“I was thrilled and honored to match at Washington University in St. Louis! It is such a privilege to train in a department that is committed to excellence in clinical and surgical care as well as research. On my interview day, I remember being so impressed by the incredible culture amongst residents and attendings – I feel very lucky to join this team.”
MD: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
“It is a tremendous honor for me to join the otolaryngology residency and train with this outstanding league of leaders and mentors of our field. I am thrilled to return as a resident physician to partake of strong surgical training, robust research opportunities, and a collaborative learning environment.”
MD: University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine
It is an honor to have the opportunity to train in a program that provides excellent surgical and clinical training as well as endless research opportunities in a collaborative and supportive atmosphere. I am thrilled to be a member of such a collegial residency family and to contribute to the culture of developing world-class surgeons and physician-scientists.
MD: Indiana University School of Medicine
“I was drawn to WashU by the exceptionally strong and well-rounded surgical training, the quality of research, the livability of the city of St. Louis, and the world-renowned faculty. I was ultimately sold on the supportive and collegial culture conveyed by faculty and resident interviewers, who were as congenial and down-to-earth as they are esteemed and accomplished.”
MD: University of Massachusetts School of Medicine
“I am thrilled to join the WashU community and begin my career in otolaryngology! It is an honor to be able to train at a program that balances an incredible clinical and surgical training with limitless research opportunities, all in a collaborative and supportive environment.”
MD: Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
I was drawn to Washington University in St. Louis for its longstanding history of innovation and discovery fueled by research, its culture of collaboration, and clinical breadth and depth in otolaryngology. On interview day, I felt very welcomed and continue to feel welcomed and supported by everyone I have met here.
MD: Baylor College of Medicine
“I am ecstatic to match into otolaryngology at Washington University in St. Louis, and I am honored to be able to train at a place with both surgical and research excellence. I look forward to working hard with supportive co-residents and faculty, learning all I can, and taking care of patients as I continue on my path to become a surgeon-scientist!”
MD: Stritch School of Medicine at Loyola University, Chicago
“I am thrilled to start my career in otolaryngology at WashU and join an incredible group of faculty, residents, and supportive family. I am excited to train with excellent leaders and mentors in the field and be part of an amazing culture that cultivates great clinical training and research opportunities!”