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Yale Otolaryngology [ENT] Residency Program

Welcome to the Yale Otolaryngology website!

Photo by Robert A. Lisak
Benjamin L. Judson, MD

Our residency program continues to stay focused on providing excellent clinical training while also providing the tools, experiences, and perspective that otolaryngologists need for a successful career on a variety of career paths and in the ever-evolving healthcare environment.

We are proud to have graduates who have gone on to be leaders in academics advancing the science of our field, in education training future generations of otolaryngologists, and as clinical leaders in a variety of practice settings

Please check out the rest of our residency program website. Some highlights of what going on with our program include:

  • Active and supportive community of residents. Check out some of what they have been up to here at:Instagram yale_entresidency.

  • Elective opportunities during the 4th year during which residents can pick an area for additional clinical experience or training.

  • Extensive hands-on laboratory and simulation based educational programs including hands-on training in facial trauma and plating, endoscopic and endoscopic skull base surgery, local flaps and repairs, XXX, and of course, temporal bone dissection.

Please come visit for a sub-internship rotation if you are a medical student. There are weekly educational sessions just for sub-interns as well as the regular educational activities. Also don’t hesitate to reach with any questions.

Benjamin L. Judson, MD, MPA
Interim Chief, Division of Otolaryngology,
Yale Medicine Associate Professor of Surgery (Otolaryngology)
Chief Ambulatory Officer, Smilow Cancer Hospital
Interim Residency Program Director, Yale Medicine