Rhinology, Sinus, and Skull Base Surgery Fellowship
This one-year Fellowship provides comprehensive training in medical and surgical rhinology, sinus and skull base surgery in the setting of a tertiary academic practice. Fellows receive comprehensive surgical training in advanced techniques, including revision sinus surgery, frontal sinus surgery, orbital surgery, and endoscopic skull base and tumor surgery. Multidisciplinary surgical collaboration involving Neurosurgery, oculoplastic surgery, head and neck surgery, and facial plastic surgery is emphasized.
Fellows participate in the Oregon Sinus Center Allergy Program and a significant experience in allergy testing and immunotherapy is provided.
Opportunities to participate in funded clinical research and basic science/translational research programs are unparalleled and dedicated research time will be provided.
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Graduates of the Rhinology, Sinus, and Skull Base Surgery Fellowship at OHSU have gone on to be recognized as experts in this field.
Curent fellowIn July 2011, Dr. John Clinger joined the OHSU Department of Otolaryngology as the 2011-12 Rhinology, Sinus, and Skull Base Surgery fellow. Dr Clinger comes to OHSU from the University of Iowa, where he is finishing up his residency training. Prior to the University of Iowa, Dr Clinger earned his MD at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and his BS in Zoology: Human Biology Emphasis at Brigham Young University. He has completed several research projects, most recently in the areas of spiral ganglion neuron regeneration and outcomes following transsphenoidal hypophysectomy. He enjoys basketball and tennis and is also fluent in Spanish.