Learn more about our recruitment opportunities for the Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Residency program.

2022-2023 Application Cycle

 We are committed to your safety and health during the unprecedented circumstances brought on by COVID-19 and will continue to hold virtual interviews for the 2022-2023 recruitment season.

How To Apply

The Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Residency training program at Michigan Medicine participates in the in the National Resident Matching Program and accepts applications through Electronic Residency Application Service [ERAS]. Please visit the ERAS website to complete your application for our program.

It is highly encouraged to submit your application through ERAS by September 30, 2022.

Interview Dates

Virtual interviews for the upcoming application cycle will be offered on the following days:

  • December 1, 2022
  • December 2, 2022

Interview dates are subject to change.

Research Track

Our program has four 5-year positions available and one 6-year research track position available each year. There are no additional materials needed to submit if applying for the research track. 

Common Interview Offer Date

Our program will participate in the common interview offer timeline recommended by the Otolaryngology Program Directors Organization:

  • All initial interview offers will be released on Thursday, November 10, 2022, by 12 p.m. EST.
  • Interview invitations will be limited to the number of interview slots available.
  • Interview scheduling will open on Monday, November 14, 2022, at 12 p.m. EST.
  • If an applicant declines an interview or there is no response by Wednesday, November 16, 2022 at 12 p.m. EST, we will extend the invitation to another applicant


Our program will participate in preference signaling for the 2022-2023 match cycle. We plan to include signaling information as one part of a holistic application review during the interview selection process. We will invite those applicants who have clearly demonstrated the ability to excel in our training environment regardless of whether they have signaled our program. For applicants who are judged to be similar in competitiveness, we will give preference to those who have signaled our program.

Once applicants have been invited to interview, signaling data will not be considered in ranking decisions.

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Explore Your Training Ground

Discover Michigan Medicine through the Your Training Ground guide to get to know where you will be spending time during your residency. You can also get to know Ann Arbor through the Go Blue Guide. Additional resources in the Go Blue Guide cover topics such as campus life, housing, health and wellness.