Education

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Otolaryngology Residency Program

The Duke Department of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences strives to be a premiere academic otolaryngology program through compassionate and extraordinary patient care, critical investigation of head and neck disease, and excellence in education. The five-year residency program consists of four-and-a-half years of OHNS training and six months of related disciplines.

Head and Neck Fellowship

Duke offers a one-year American Head and Neck Society Advanced Training Council accredited Head and Neck Fellowship. The fellowship encompasses all aspects of H&N surgical and clinical care, allowing fellows to gain experience with traditional, laser and robotic extirpative techniques as well as microvascular and non-microvascular reconstruction. Fellowship candidates will be considered for July 2022.