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Neurotology Fellowship

The Neurotology Fellowship with the Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine is a two-year ACGME-accredited program in which the fellow will master surgical approach during the first year and progress to tumor removal and cranial nerve conservation surgery during the second year.

The interdisciplinary approach of the fellowship program to patient care offers a range of experiences for the learner, from neurotology cases in the operating room to practical experience with patients undergoing vestibular testing to empirical audiological training. A strong emphasis will be placed on the fellow’s role as a future educator, through interactions with otolaryngology residents and medical students.

Fellows also will participate in various research opportunities, including the chance to pursue a two-year research project in any area of the fellow’s choosing.

How to Apply

The target date to submit applications for each fellowship year is June through SF Match. Interviews will be conducted in the fall in accordance with match guidelines. Those interested can email Jane Adamson, residency coordinator.


The target date to apply for the fellowship is in June through SF Match. Registration opens in January.

Fellowship Match