I am thrilled to share with you an incredible milestone in my medical career. I have had the honour of becoming the first collaborative fellow for two of the most prestigious and highly competitive head and neck oncologic surgery fellowship programs: the AIMS Head and Neck Oncology Fellowship and the AIMS-Roswell Park Collaborative Program. These programs are renowned for their ground-breaking work in the field of head and neck cancers, and to be selected as one of their first fellow is an immense privilege.

Being trained under the guidance of the distinguished doyens at these institutes is an unparalleled opportunity that sets a surgeon on the path to becoming one of the best in head and neck surgeries.

I am deeply humbled to have been chosen among a highly competitive pool of applicants. The limited number of fellowships available also means that only a small number of doctors are trained in this highly specialized field each year and allows doctors to provide the highest level of care to their patients.

Head and neck cancers are a group of cancers that affect various structures in the head and neck, including the mouth, throat, nose, sinuses, salivary glands, and lymph nodes. These types of cancers can be challenging to diagnose and treat, requiring specialized knowledge and expertise.

Fellows are trained in advanced diagnostic techniques and gain expertise in surgical techniques, including minimally invasive procedures, to treat conditions such as oral, pharyngeal, laryngeal, and salivary gland cancers.

Head and neck fellowship

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