We value diversity of our institution and our division and qualified underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply.
We are currently accepting applications for the fellowship class of 2021-2022. The application deadline is March 31 and interviews will be completed by May 31. Offer letters will be sent by June 30.
Download the application.
Please include these supporting documents with your application:
- Current Curriculum Vitae including contact information (ERAS format preferred. You may send us a PDF of ERAS application)
- One-page Personal Statement, describing your interest in the Head and Neck Fellowship and your plans after fellowship
- Two Letters of Recommendation (one letter from program director preferred)
- Medical School Transcript (originals from school)
- Medical School Performance Evaluation (in English)
- USMLE I, II, III scores and/or COMPLEX scores
- Photograph (passport type)
- If applicable, a copy of ECFMG certificate and a copy of immigration status visa
Please email application and supporting documents to Toni Sanders at email@example.com
Following the application acceptance, the fellowship selection committee will review each application in detail and interview invitations will be sent. Interviews will occur between April 1 and May 31. An on-site interview is required before consideration for acceptance. Acceptance into the program is based on academic qualifications, interpersonal skills, and ability to practice as a team member in a multidisciplinary setting.
Applicants must be either:
- a Graduate of a medical school in the US or Canada accredited by the LCME, or
- a Graduate of an osteopathic medicine school in the US accredited by AOA, or
- a Graduate of a medical school outside the US or Canada who has a currently valid certificate from the ECFMG.
In addition, applicants:
- Must be either enrolled in or have graduated from an ACGME accredited or its international equivalent residency program in Otolaryngology. Prospective fellows who have graduated from residency must provide a letter from their residency training program director verifying successful completion of training. Applicants currently enrolled in a training program must have verification of successful completion provided prior to starting the fellowship.
- Must be legally able to maintain training/employment in the U.S. for the duration of the fellowship program. Visa status will be reviewed on an individual basis.
- Must be eligible for an Arkansas medical license, an Arkansas Controlled Substance license, and a Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) license.
- Must pass a criminal background check. Must successfully complete the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Central Arkansas VA credentialing process and receive approval for clinical duty. Must pass an employee physical exam, including a urine drug screen.