The clinical and surgical experience is enhanced through weekly basic science and subspecialty lectures, Grand Rounds Lectures, Multi-Specialty conferences, Morbidity and Mortality Conference, and Journal Club.
Throughout the year, a series of surgical anatomy laboratories are held in the College of Medicine gross anatomy lab and a temporal bone dissection course is performed within the department’s temporal bone laboratory. PGY-5 residents also partake in a microvascular anastomosis laboratory. Residents also have a total of four months dedicated to research during the PGY-3 year.
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