Education Residency People

Welcome new residents!

Match results are in! Please join us in welcoming and celebrating the achievements of these five outstanding physicians and newest members of the Washington University ENT family.

Clinical Track:

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Andrew Charap, 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 Wash U have to offer!”

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K. Andrew Cutshaw, MD
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill School of Medicine

“I am thrilled and honored to match at Washington University in St. Louis! I am very grateful to be joining a program with excellent clinical and surgical training, outstanding research opportunities, and a collaborative and supportive culture. I can’t wait to become a part of the WashU ENT team in St. Louis and begin my training as an otolaryngologist!”

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Joseph, Roh, MD
Washington University School of Medicine

“I am thrilled to have matched at WashU and to have the opportunity to continue my training at such a storied and impressive program and institution. From my experience in medical school, I know the program to be rigorous and full of amazing people, and I could not imagine a better place to train.”

Research Track:

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Amrita Hari-Raj, MD
Ohio State University College of Medicine

“It is a tremendous honor for me to return to Washington University for otolaryngology residency and to train with this outstanding league of leaders and mentors of our field. I am excited to join a program with such strong clinical training, robust research opportunities, and a collaborative learning environment. I can’t wait to get started!”

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Daniel Romano, MD
Indiana University School of Medicine

“I was absolutely thrilled to match at WashU and deeply grateful for the opportunity to train at one of the best programs in the country. I was drawn initially 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. However, 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.”