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Advanced Head and Neck Oncologic and Microvascular Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship

Overview of the Program

The University of Pittsburgh Department of Otolaryngology offers fellowship training in advanced head and neck oncologic and microvascular reconstructive surgery as a one-year or two-year commitment, designed to prepare you for a career as a comprehensive head and neck surgical oncologist. Fellows are appointed as clinical instructors and work in collaboration with head and neck surgical faculty, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, oral surgeons, speech language pathologists and dental medicine. Our program offers two tracks, a clinical track and a research track. The clinical track is a one-year program that emphasizes patient care and surgery. The 2-year research track incorporates a high concentration of research, patient care and surgery. We offer a variety of research projects that in which the trainee can be involved.