Academic Highlights of the Program


  • Wednesday didactic series with Henry Ford Hospital. Each series consists of a one hour Grand Rounds and two hours of attending-led resident didactics. Throughout the year, all specialty topics within Otolaryngology are covered.
  • Monthly imaging conferences led by Henry Ford Neuroradiology Department, covering various Rhinologic and Neurotologic/Skull Base cases
  • Monthly Morbidity & Mortality Conferences with Henry Ford Hospital
  • Monthly Lakeshore ENT Grand Rounds lecture series. Each series consists of a one hour attending-led Grand Rounds, with two hours of resident-led case discussions and Morbidity & Mortality Conferences.
  • Participation in Indiana University Annual Course on Anatomy and Histopathology of the Head, Neck, and Temporal Bone as a PGY-3
  • Annual cadaveric surgical training courses in endoscopic sinus surgery, temporal bone surgery, and facial trauma/plating surgery throughout the course of the year, both with Henry Ford Hospital and the MSUCOM Statewide Campus System
  • Access to Temporal Bone lab, with temporal bones provided by the program
  • Participation in the weeklong Michigan Ear Institute Temporal Bone Course as a PGY-3
  • Quarterly Journal Clubs, covering the most current literature in Otolaryngology.
  • A strong emphasis is placed on participation in Otolaryngologic clinical research, with an array of available research opportunities through Henry Ford Hospital, Lakeshore ENT, and the other various associated institutions. Our residents regularly publish articles in many renowned Otolaryngology journals, and continue to present every year at national Otolaryngology meetings.
Information for Applicants
Interested in applying to one of our programs, call (800) 436-7936.

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