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Rhinology and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery Fellowship

The Duke University Rhinology and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery Fellowship is a one-year program designed for those planning to pursue a career in academics or private practice. It provides comprehensive training in basic and advanced rhinology, endoscopic skull base surgery, and sinonasal oncology.

The Duke University Rhinology and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery Fellowship is a one-year program designed for those planning to pursue a career in academics or private practice. It provides comprehensive training in basic and advanced rhinology, endoscopic skull base surgery, and sinonasal oncology.

Program Directors

David Jang, MD

Ralph Abi Hachem, MD

Our program is currently composed of two fellowship trained rhinologist/skull base surgeons, as well as an otolaryngic allergist. The fellow will be exposed to a busy tertiary rhinology practice with local, regional, and national referrals, and will participate in 300-350 operative cases throughout the course of a year. These will include primary and revision sinus surgery, endoscopic skull base and orbital surgery, and office-based procedures.

Our program’s strengths lie in our clinical and research collaborations with the Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center, the Duke Asthma, Allergy, and Airway Center, and the Duke Lung Transplant program. In addition, the Division of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences has a world-class clinical research program, which will provide research opportunities and training for fellows who are interested.

Contact Us

For more information, please contact program coordinator Lori M. Allsbrook at lori.allsbrook@duke.edu.