Residents

Message from the Program Director

As the largest Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery program in the country we train approximately 25-30 total residents per year. The residency program is completed over a five year period; residents will either pursue specialized fellowship training following graduation, or secure a position as a practicing otolaryngologist.

Our program is in-line with the Royal College standards and we are one of the two clinical programs implementing the new Competency by Design (CBD) curriculum for the 2016-2017 academic year. Please view our CaRMS page for a detailed program description which includes CBD information and our Annual Percy Ireland page to view the outstanding research accomplishments by our residents.

Group Photo

Department of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, Residents 2018-2019
[Left to Right] Front Row: Amr Hamour-PGY1, Shireen Samargandy-PGY2, Florence Mok-PGY3,
Sunita Rai-PGY4, Dr. Paolo Campisi, Visiting Professor Dr. Michael Cunningham, Dr. Ian Witterick, Hedyeh Ziai-PGY1, Jennifer Siu-PGY2, Josie Xu-PGY4, Christopher Hong-PGY3

Middle Row: Weibo Hao-PGY5, Jong Wook (John) Lee-PGY1, Terence Fu-PGY2, Justin Cottrell-PGY2, Frédérick Laliberté-PGY4, Patrick Scheffler-PGY5, Daniel Lee-PGY2, Xiao Zhao-PGY5, Vincent Wu-PGY1, Christopher Noel-PGY3

Back Row: Neil Arnstead-PGY3, Peter Dixon-PGY3, Joel Davies-PGY4, Neil Verma-PGY2, Weining Yang-PGY1

Absent: Mirko Manojlovic Kolarski-PGY4, Yael Bensoussan-PGY5, Yelda Jozaghi-PGY5

Sincerely,

Paolo Campisi, MSc, MD, FRCSC
Professor, Vice Chair of Education
Director of Postgraduate Education
Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

Program Director since 2010