Fellowship Programs

Advanced Surgical Head and Neck Oncology and Microvascular Reconstruction Fellowship
The Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery has opened an Advanced Surgical Head and Neck Oncology and Microvascular Reconstruction Fellowship starting July 1, 2015. Director of the fellowship, Dr. Trevor Hackman, is pleased to offer this unique one-year opportunity, which will provide the highest quality training in the medical and surgical management of all areas of Head and Neck Oncology. This includes ablative aerodigestive tumor surgery, transoral laser and robotic surgery, endocrine surgery, skull base oncology, facial reconstructive surgery and microvascular surgery.
Neurotology Fellowship
The Division of Otology/Neurotology is currently seeking candidates for the two-year clinical fellowship position in Otology/Neurotology/Skull Base Surgery. The University is home to the local Skull Base Program and the Carolina Children’s Communicative Disorders Program (CCCDP) for pediatric cochlear implantation. Call responsibilities are flexible and include general ENT call as well as care for otologic patients.
Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship
The Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery is currently seeking candidates for the one-year clinical fellowship position in Pediatric Otolaryngology. The University is home to the North Carolina Children’s Hospital – ranked ninth by U.S. News & World Report for the care of children with respiratory disorders. Multi-disciplinary centers at UNC include the N.C. Children’s Airway Center, the UNC Craniofacial Center and the UNC Pediatric Cochlear Implant Team. Fellows also benefit from a significant experience in cleft lip and palate care through the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Call responsibilities are flexible and for pediatric ENT patients only.
Rhinology, Allergy, and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery
This one-year fellowship program provides comprehensive training in the medical and surgical management of sinonasal inflammatory disease, anterior and central skull base lesions (utilizing both endoscopic and/or open management), allergic disease, and orbital pathology. Emphasis is also placed on research that ranges from basic science translational work to clinical trials. Our goal is to provide the highest-quality, broad-based training that will impart fellows with the knowledge and expertise to develop a successful tertiary Rhinology/skull base surgery practice.