Department of Otolaryngology

Residency Program

Fast Facts

  • 5 Year Residency with T32 Grant Availability
  • 4 Residents Per Year
  • Ranked #3 Residency Program on Doximity
  • 6 Hospitals Covered
  • Ranked #6 by US News & World Hospital for ENT
  • 24 Resident Publications Annually
  • 45 Resident Conference Presentations Annually
  • 9 Dedicated Workshops Each Year Including: Difficulty Airway Management Course, Anatomy Course, Sinus Course, Temporal Bone Course, Advanced Physical Examination Course, Advanced Cardiac Life Support Course, Basic Life Support Course, Advanced Trauma Life Support Course, Laser Course

About the Residency Program

The Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery Program at the University of Pittsburgh offers an unparalleled educational experience.  Learn more about the residency program.

Curriculum

Residents within the Otolaryngology Residency Program rotate throughout 6 hospital sites and participate in serveal courses throughout their training.  Learn more about the curriculum.

Stipends & Benefits

There are several benefits and opportunities available for all residents.  To learn more continue here.

How to Apply

Learn more about the residency application process.

Diversity and Inclusion

The University of Pittsburgh Voice Center is in complete support of the below statement of the University of Pittsburgh, and are dedicated to these principles and goals.
“Maintaining an educational and work environment where all members of the University community can thrive is essential to the University of Pittsburgh.  It is through our diversity, and commitment to inclusion, that excellence is achieved, the University's mission is fulfilled, and equity and social justice are advanced.  One pillar of the University's commitment to diversity and inclusion is its prohibition against discrimination in the educational and work environments.”