• Robert Koch 2018 Governor General Gold Medal Winner

    October 17, 2018
    Robert Koch, a former Masters student in the School of Biomedical Engineering has received the 2018 Governor General's Gold Medal. This is a highly prestigious award and a great honor. Congratulations to Robert and his supervisors Dr. Hanif Ladak (Medical Biophysics and ECE) and Dr. Sumit Agrawal (Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery), who are also active members of the School of Biomedical Engineering, for this great achievement.

  • Inaugural Global Surgery, Anesthesia & Perioperative Medicine Journal Club

    September 26, 2018
    Please join us for the Inaugural Global Surgery, Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine Journal Club. Presentations including: "Teaching the Teacher: Developing a Residency Training Program for Guyana", and "The Lancet Global Surgery Commission 2030 - An introduction". This event will be held Thursday, October 11, 2018, in the Advanced Medical Group boardroom (230 Victoria St., London) from 6:30-8:00 pm. Presentation will be given by Dr. Leigh Sowerby. Parking available. RSVP by October 09, 2018 to internationalization@schulich.uwo.ca

  • Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 45th Annual Residents' Research Day

    September 19, 2018
    Please save the date for our 45th Annual Residents' Research Day, to be held Friday, May 10th at King's University College. Our Distinguished Visiting Professor will be Dr. Albert Merati, with Dr. Gregory Chernoff as our Distinguished Guest Alumnus.

  • Excellence in our Department!

    June 28, 2018
    Congratulations to the 'Triple A' Administrative Team (Ann Jones, Allison Berger & Angelika Edwards), Dr. Brian Rotenberg, and Dr. Leigh Sowerby.

  • Memo to faculty and staff: Process to appoint Acting Dean

    June 27, 2018
    Colleagues, as you are all now aware, Dean Michael Strong will be assuming his new role as President of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research on October 1, 2018...

  • Congratulations to Dr. Horace Cheng (PGY4) on his 1st Place Poster Prize at COSM 2018

    May 24, 2018
    COSM 2018 | April 18 - 22 in National Harbour, Maryland.

  • Visiting Professor - Dr. Richard J. Wong (Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center)

    May 24, 2018
    "Cancer's got some nerve: understanding perineural invasion"

  • Congratulations to Dr. Julie Strychowsky!

    January 02, 2018
    Dr. Strychowsky (Pediatric Otolaryngologist) has been accepted to Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

  • Otolaryngology Research Day

    December 13, 2022
    Research excellence was the theme of the day at the 44th Annual Residents’ Research Day in May 2018. With presentations from residents, special lectures from Dr. Konstantina Stankovic and resident alumnus Dr. Shamir Chandarana, and industry exhibitors, the annual event was engaging and inspiring.

  • Chair/Chief Newsletter Message

    December 13, 2022
    The Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, is a top performing academic department in Canada, across all pillars of our tripartite mission.

  • Pushing the limits of discovery

    December 13, 2022
    With two basic science labs focusing on head and neck cancer, and auditory biophysics and a number of other research programs exploring health economics, patient safety, quality improvement, big data, simulation and competency based education, the Department is invested in the future of health care and medical education, and pushing the limits of discovery.

  • Alumni Updates

    December 13, 2022
    Alumni from the Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery are doing great things in their careers, enjoying life and having fun with family, friends, travel and more. Catch up with Doug Angel, Patrick Gullane, Mark Raymond, Hatim Shawli and so many others.

  • Transition to CBME - a success story

    December 13, 2022
    Dr. Brian Rotenberg has been leading the department's transition to competency-based medical education. This is the biggest change to the residency program in many years.

  • International influence

    December 13, 2022
    What began as a discussion between colleagues about how to fill a training gap for residents, has grown into a nationally and internationally known boot camp, that puts trainees through their paces.

  • A message from Dr. Parnes, CME and Alumni Liaison

    December 13, 2022
    I hope you enjoy our first department e-newsletter. There are some great stories, news on research, training and our new world of CBME, as well as some great updates from all of you.

  • Global Impact

    December 13, 2022
    Dr. Shawn Legall has spent the past 10 months completing a fellowship with the Department under the mentorship of Dr. Leigh Sowerby. Now, he's heading back to Guyana as the Program Coordinator for a new postgraduate training program.

  • Resident Profiles

    December 13, 2022
    Meet Drs. Benjami van der Woerd, PGY3, Hannah Ernst, PGY2, Neil Mundi, PGY4 and Rakhna Araslanova, PGY5 - four of our outstanding residents. Find out about what's inspired them, what challenges them and how they are enjoying their residency experiences.

  • Training excellence

    December 13, 2022
    Working alongside leaders in Otolaryngolgy, from every field within the specialty and having access to high surgical volumes gave Dr. Chin the confidence he needed to continue with his fellowship training and now his practice.

  • Set up for success

    December 13, 2022
    Dr. Amanda Hu now serves as a Clinical Associate Professor and Undergraduate Medical Education Director in the Division of Otolaryngology – HNS at the University of British Columbia, and she credits her training and mentorship from Dr. Fung for changing her career.