Education Physician-Scientist Residency Residency

Why our new residents are excited to train at WashU

Welcome to our new trainees, a highly accomplished group coming from hometowns and institutions across the country. Each of them shared why they are thrilled to train at Washington University’s Department of Otolaryngology.

Sabina Dang, MD

“I chose Washington University for its unparalleled breadth and depth of surgical training, remarkable research opportunities, and genuine resident and faculty camaraderie. I truly look forward to spending the next phase of my life with such an incredible team!”

Sabina Dang, MD
Daniel Lander, MD

“I chose WashU because of its well-rounded clinical training with excellent exposure to all of the different subspecialties of Otolaryngology, abundance of research opportunities, and supportive program culture.”

Daniel Lander, MD

Stephanie Youssef, MD

I chose WashU because the prominent surgical faculty in the department, remarkable facilities, and high volume of patients make for unparalleled clinical and operative learning experiences.  I was especially attracted to the amazing clinical research opportunities afforded by the well-funded departmental research programs as well as the breadth of esteemed faculty members that were eager to provide mentorship.

Stephanie Youssef, MD
William Strober, MD

 I knew that WashU would be an excellent place to train before I came to my interview, but getting to meet the other residents and attendings really made it stand out as an exceptional place.

William Strober, MD
Jordan Varghese, MD

I had the privilege to spend a month as a visiting student with the department and was astounded by the quality and balance in all aspects of training. In particular, I was impressed by the breadth of hearing research. I also enjoyed exploring Forest Park and wanted the opportunity to experience a different part of the country.

Jordan Varghese, MD