Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship

The one-year, ACGME-accredited Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship Training Program through the Department of Otolaryngology offers the fellow a broad-based clinical experience and clinical research exposure in an academic environment.

Education and Training

Fellows are involved in the care of high-risk neonates and children with a variety of rare and complicated acquired and congenital conditions that have otolaryngologic manifestations.

Fellows work closely with our nationally recognized expert pediatric otolaryngology subspecialty faculty to refine their skills in pediatric otolaryngology and to participate in advanced surgeries beyond the expertise of residents in training. The volume of complex fellow “index” cases as defined by the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology is exceeded year after year. The Lurie Children's offers the fellows exposure to a cutting-edge pediatric airway practice where they will be involved in the management of and surgical reconstruction of the compromised pediatric airway.

The hospital is a national referral center for pediatric head and neck masses with national recognition for the treatment of congenital pediatric neck masses. It has also recently been recognized as having the nation’s largest and one of the most successful cochlear implant programs. Fellows will be exposed to the medical and surgical management of pediatric hearing loss.

Training Facility

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago is an international referral center for tertiary pediatric medicine. The pediatric otolaryngology division is one of the busiest in the region, seeing 1,200 outpatients and performing 500 surgical procedures per month on average.

Fellowship Mentors

The principal otolaryngologists who participate in fellowship training are as follows:

Research Faculty

Curriculum

"Educate and Inspire to Greatness"

Application Process

All applications for pediatric otolaryngology fellowships are processed through SFMatch. The use of the Central Application Service (CAS) is mandatory. Applicants need only fill out one application form and provide three letters of recommendations. Applications and documents are distributed to specified programs using the online system.

For additional application information, go the program’s listing on the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology.

Pediatric Otolaryngology News & Events

Current Research Projects

Program Director

James W. Schroeder, Jr., MD

Contact Us

For more information about the Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship Program, please contact Dennis Jeorje, Program Coordinator, at 312-227-6814.  

Meet Our Fellows

Meet our current and past pediatric fellows.

Housestaff Research Portal

Feinberg has the infrastructure and resources to assist McGaw trainees interested in conducting scientific research. Visit our Housestaff Research Portal to learn more.