The Department of Otolaryngology's mission is to provide outstanding, cutting-edge clinical care, research, and state-of-the-art training. The Department is affiliated with five hospitals; University of Colorado Hospital, Children's Hospital Colorado, the Veteran's Administration Medical Center, Denver Health & National Jewish. Our group of highly trained otolaryngology-head & neck surgeons offer a full range of adult and children's patient services.
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T32 Training Opportunities:
The UC Denver T32 Institutional Training in Otolaryngology Research grant has training slots for a pre-doctoral (medical or PhD candidates) and post-doctoral fellows for 2017-2019. Applications are due June 1, 2017. Research projects must be related to areas of Otolaryngology including hearing/balance, taste/small, communication/autism, or head and neck cancer. Each project should have a basic science research mentor and a clinical co-mentor selected from the training faculty of the Otolaryngology T32. The research mentor will supervise the research in a laboratory environment and the clinical mentor will provide a clinical experience (such as shadowing in a clinical setting or participation in a clinical research study) related to the selected project. Minority applicants are encouraged to apply, but all applicants must be US citizens or have a green card.
For more information please contact the Co-Directors, Dr. Sue Kinnamon or Dr. Herman Jenkins.
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