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Massachusetts Eye and Ear

Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery

Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship

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As a pediatric otolaryngology fellow at Mass. Eye and Ear, all clinical work is performed under the supervision of one of five preceptors. Clinical duties include running the pediatric otolaryngology inpatient and consult services (including Mass. Eye and Ear, Mass General, and Shriners Hospital for Children), participating in at least one half-day of clinic per week, and participating in all advanced-level pediatric otolaryngology surgical cases. There are no formal call responsibilities; however, the fellow will be invited to participate in the care of any complex and/or interesting patients who present at night or over the weekends. The fellow will also round on weekends when complex patients are being cared for on the service.

Educational responsibilities will include overseeing and teaching junior residents how to manage and treat otolaryngologic diseases of the pediatric patient, both medically and surgically. In addition, fellows will attend grand rounds, lead didactic sessions related to pediatric otolaryngology, leads a journal club series on advanced topics in pediatric otolaryngology, and attend monthly pediatric hearing loss conferences.

This fellowship has been accredited by the ACGME since it began in 2005.


  • Program Director: Michael S. Cohen, MD
  • Start date: July 15
  • Program length: One year, with an optional second year
  • Number of positions: One

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