Mayo Clinic physician performing a head and neck transoral surgery

Graduate medical education in otolaryngology at Mayo Clinic

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Mayo Clinic in Arizona offers a one-year fellowship in Advanced Head and Neck Microvascular and Reconstructive Surgery in a high-volume, high-acuity, and quaternary healthcare facility.

This fellowship focuses on the state of the art microvascular head and neck reconstructive surgery and maxillomandibular reconstructive and rehabilitative techniques. It is unique with a high volume of microvascular surgical cases and a high volume of Transoral Laser Microsurgery cancer resections. These two surgical techniques defined state-of-the-art head and neck cancer surgery in 2009.

Video: The Arizona Experience


Video: The Arizona Experience

Program history

The Advanced Head and Neck Microvascular and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Arizona was established in 2002. Since that time, one (and at times two) trainees complete the program annually.

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