Overview of Fellowship
The goal of the fellowship is to provide a dynamic 1-year subspecialty-training experience to train future leaders in the field of NeuroRhinology who will improve patient care standards, educate future trainees and peers, and conduct impactful research. The fellowship provides an intense rhinologic experience in a tertiary-care academic environment with a breadth of operative and ambulatory experience. There is particular emphasis on revision sinus surgery, complex frontal sinus disease, orbital surgery, CSF leak and encephalocele repair, and minimally invasive approaches to the paranasal sinuses and skull base for resection of benign and malignant sinonasal neoplasms. Medical management of refractory rhinosinusitis and diagnosis and management of inhalant allergy are also incorporated into the training curriculum. The fellow will play an instrumental role in perioperative management of the patients and supervising and teaching the junior learners on the rhinology team. The Division of Rhinology has an active research program (microbiome, structured histopathology, skull base outcomes, FDA clinical trials) that will facilitate broad research exposure during the fellowship.