General Information

General Information

MH Cancer Center building

The fellowship is designed to offer a comprehensive clinical experience in multidisciplinary care of head and neck cancer patients and to develop surgical expertise In ablative and reconstructive procedures. The fellow works closely with the entire faculty and plays an important role in treatment planning. The fellow will be responsible for the dally activities of the service and supervises residents and medical students to ensure excellent patient care and a quality educational experience. The fellow will have a progressive operative experience commensurate with their ability and be prepared for a future career in academic medicine. Salary and health insurance will be provided

The program will allow the fellow to experience a multidisciplinary approach to all areas of head and neck oncology including significant exposure to endocrine surgery, skull base surgery, transoral robotic and laser surgery, and microvascular reconstruction. The fellow will have the opportunity to develop expertise in head and neck ultrasounds as part of the program.

The program offers the fellow the unique opportunity to provide multidisciplinary care in a high volume private cancer center.