Otolaryngology Fellowship

Otolaryngology Fellowship

The Otolaryngology Fellowship educates and trains the next generation of pediatric otolaryngologists interested in improving the understanding of pediatric otolaryngology.

The objective of the Nationwide Children's Hospital Otolaryngology Subspecialty fellowship is to educate and train the next generation of pediatric otolaryngology’s interested in improving the understanding of pediatric otolaryngology through both clinical, basic science work, and surgical. 

Fellows will be a part of a team which includes: social workers, surgeons, pediatric nurse practitioners, nurses and administrative staff.

What You Need to Know

Curriculum

The Pediatric Otolaryngology fellowship is a 12-month program based on the core curriculum as outlined by the ACGME for pediatric otolaryngology training.  There is no certification or certificate of added qualifications offered for Pediatric Otolaryngology at this time. The fellow’s clinical responsibilities include:

  • Examination and assessment of patients in the outpatient department and the ENT clinic

  • Examination and assessment of inpatient consultations in the hospital

  • Surgical cases in the operating room

  • Teaching residents and medical students (3 residents are on service at all times)

  • Research - an extensive array of both basic science and clinical projects are available

  • Quality improvement project.

The weekday rotations maximize the learning experience of the pediatric otolaryngology fellow.  The fellow splits time between operating rooms and general pediatric otolaryngology clinics as well as many multidisciplinary clinics including cleft/craniofacial, hearing, sinus, sleep, and voice.  The fellow will also participate in a four-week rotation with the plastic and reconstructive surgery department for intensive exposure to cleft lip and palate surgical management and other relevant plastic surgery cases.

Didactics & Research

There is intensive didactic program. Weekly didactic programs of conferences are offered by the Pediatric Otolaryngology Faculty as well as specific related specialty faculty. The Pediatric Otolaryngology Department offers morning conferences rotated among the clinical faculty, research, journal club, literature review, M&M, guest speakers, and audiology. The Pediatric Otolaryngology service presents Grand Rounds at the Department of Otolaryngology. There is weekly pre operative conference during which time up coming and interesting cases are reviewed with all faculty and residents on service. Active discussion of cases is encouraged amongst the faculty and trainees.

Presentations at local and national meetings are encouraged.

The fellow will be asked to complete a research project of their choice under the supervision of Dr. Wiet. In addition the pediatric otolaryngology fellow will be asked to prepare a didactic lecture twice annually on a topic of their choice.

Application & Selection

To formally apply for consideration for an interview please go to www.SFmatch.org. If you have specific questions relating to applying, please feel free to contact our fellowship coordinator.

Learn more about the application process here.

Fellows

current resident fellow

Spencer Lindsey, MD

Medical School: The Ohio State University, College of Medicine
Residency: Georgetown University Hospital
Member: American Medical Association

Contact

Gregory Wiet, MD, FACS, FAAP
Program Director, Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship
Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, Pediatrics and Biomedical Informatics
Nationwide Children's Hospital
The Ohio State University 

Janet Corbi
Academic Coordinator
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
700 Children’s Drive
Columbus, Ohio 43205-2696
Phone: (614) 722-3859
Janet.Corbi@NationwideChildrens.org