Dear Prospective Residency Applicant,
Welcome to our departmental website, where you will find information about our history, people, research, divisions, and the plethora of education programs and resources available to our residents, from residency didactics to simulations, to courses to atlases, to our online text.
Our residency is supported by a fully-staffed team that is dedicated to providing the highest quality educational experiences , including evidenced-backed innovations to provide the best training possible for our residents.
We have 25 residents currently. The total will expand to 27 by the year 2021. Read specific information about our residency, including the two distinct tracks that we offer: traditional five-year clinical track and T32-funded seven-year Clinician-Scientist Training Program (CSTP).
Our Annual Chair Letter details the past year’s developments within the department.
We also welcome you to attend, virtually, the clerkship talks that we host for our medical students, which are about an hour long and include a Q&A portion for all participants. You are also welcomed to join our weekly Resident Education sessions that take place on Monday mornings at 8:00 am PDT (11:00 am EDT) via Zoom. Please see details below, if interested and eligible.*
We are delighted to share with you the abundant goings-on of Stanford OHNS. Thank you for your interest in our program.
Kwang Sung, MD, MS
Residency Program Director
Robert K. Jackler, MD
*In order to mitigate the possibility of technical disruption, eligible participants must be students of US medical schools with active .edu email accounts. To register, please contact Xiaoyu Feng at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that participation in the clerkship talks and resident education sessions does not affect one’s candidacy for residency.
2020 Residency Inaugural Open House
Stanford University Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery hosted a Virtual Departmental Open House on Saturday, August 29, 2020 on Zoom.
Resident Life at a Glance
2020 Graduation Message from the Chair
A warm welcome and heart felt congratulations to our graduates and especially to their families, who lent their loved ones to us as they undertook the arduous journey to become highly trained surgical specialists.
Residency Program Director
Associate Residency Program Director
Dedicated to providing the highest caliber of training.
Clinician-Scientist Training Program
A 7-year research residency track, which combines 5-year clinical training in otolaryngology – head and neck surgery with 2 years of research training.
Currently our faculty and trainees make routine trips to Zimbabwe and Cambodia.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Dr. Jennifer Lee, talks about the simulation program for residents.
Interactive Learning Methods
OHNS residents featured in this airway course video by the Department of Anesthesiology.
Quality of Life
About the Bay Area
- Home of Silicon Valley and 7.5 million people
- Famous for groundbreaking innovation, cultural diversity, progressivism and natural beauty
- Abundant outdoor activities, year-round
- Thriving professional sports scene
- One of the country’s culinary capitals
What Residents Do for Fun
- Hikes/outdoor activities
- Sports (eg resident soccer/basketball)
- Wine tasting
Stanford OHNS is committed to increasing the diversity of leaders pursuing careers in clinical practice, research and policy. In collaboration with the Center of Excellence and D-CORE, we aim to foster a supportive and inclusive community of learners. To that end, we especially encourage under-represented minorities to apply for our training programs.