Department of Otolaryngology



The objectives of the two-year University of Pittsburgh ACGME accredited Otology/Neurotology fellowship program are to involve the otology-neurotology fellows in an extensive array of medical and surgical experiences, provide a solid foundation in auditory and vestibular sciences, and a thorough understanding of audiologic and vestibular testing.

Laryngology & Care of the Professional Voice

The Voice Center strives to provide the most comprehensive Laryngology fellowship available to otolaryngologists in this country. The fellowship is comprised of a 12 month clinical training program encompassing all aspects of care of the larynx, pharynx and upper esophagus.

Cranial Base Surgery

This one-year fellowship program is designed to provide training in the latest advancements in cranial base surgery. Although the majority of surgical approaches are endoscopic (90%), the fellowship will also provide exposure to traditional anterior and lateral approaches to the cranial base.

Fellowship in Rhinology and Cranial Base Surgery

This one year Fellowship in Rhinology and Cranial Base Surgery provides comprehensive instruction and supervised operating room and office-based training in all aspects of medical and surgical treatment of rhinosinusitis and allergic rhinitis.

Pediatric Otolaryngology

The primary goal of the Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology has been not only to provide outstanding patient care, but also to perform research on important clinical and basic science issues and to provide training at all levels.

Advanced Oncologic Head and Neck Surgery

The University of Pittsburgh, Department of Otolaryngology offers fellowship training in advanced oncologic head and neck surgery as a one to two-year commitment. We currently have eight full-time faculty committed to this program.

Patient Safety

The VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System offers a fully funded, independent research, patient safety fellowship.