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Otolaryngology Residency

Training the next generation of otolaryngology—head and neck surgeons

The Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery Residency Program at Indiana University School of Medicine is at the heart of the department. 

Residents and faculty within the department make up an eclectic group of surgeons who have trained and attended medical school all over the country. The department represents all subspecialties within otolaryngology and continually embraces change for improvement through residency retreats, monthly feedback sessions and formal data driven surveys and studies. Mentorship for IU School of Medicine otolaryngology residents begins the day a resident begins and continues through the rest of their careers. Establishing lifelong relationships is paramount to the success of each resident and the department.

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To register to match with the IU School of Medicine otolaryngology residency program, login with the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and complete an application.

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Otolaryngology Residency Program

The culture created by residents pervades the entire department and affects every aspect of the research and clinical care provided. For this reason, a high importance is placed on developing residents into conscientious, empathetic and compassionate caregivers who thrive in both individual and collaborative settings.

50 research papers published by residents in 2019-20
15 residents
2,500 clinical cases completed by residents in 5-year program

Clinical Training

Highly committed otolaryngology residents have the opportunity to follow patients longitudinally, providing an opportunity for critical assessment of outcomes.
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Current Residents

Residents in the Department of Otolaryngology at IU School of Medicine have studied at medical schools across the world.

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Resident research

Residency Research

The program's goal is for each resident to gain the necessary skill set expected of today’s academic physicians, should they choose this career path.
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resident life

Resident Life

IU School of Medicine offers an urban campus located a mile-and-a-half away from the heart of downtown Indianapolis.

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What is Project ECHO?

Curriculum

The residency training program is based on the core curriculum of the American Board of Otolaryngology and includes 5 years of post-graduate medical education.
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Residency Alumni

Residents who graduated our program have been matched to prestigious fellowships and joined highly-ranked hospitals.

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Residency Program Contacts

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Taha Z. Shipchandler, MD

Residency Program Director

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Jane Adamson

Jane Adamson

Residency and Fellowship Coordinator

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