Program Director

Dr. Kathleen Sie  

Program Overview

Our goal is to provide in-depth training in the broad spectrum of pediatric otolaryngology and to advance the care of children through innovation and inquiry.

Our fellowship was established in 1990 and delivers broad clinical training in pediatric otolaryngology. Our nine faculty members have expertise in managing patients with airway obstruction, aerodigestive issues, chronic ear disease, aural atresia, deafness/hearing loss, cleft palate and craniofacial anomalies, velopharyngeal dysfunction, vascular anomalies, sleep disorders, obstructive sleep apnea, sinus disease, head and neck tumors, thyroid issues, microtia and voice disorders.

We offer a wide array of multidisciplinary clinics, including aerodigestive, cochlear implant, hearing loss, craniofacial, velopharyngeal dysfunction, vascular anomalies, sleep, sinus, voice and thyroid.

The one-year Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)–accredited clinical fellowship provides an in-depth education through the extensive network of multidisciplinary clinics. The fellows have ample opportunities to participate in clinical research and academic endeavors.

Length of fellowship: 1-year clinical fellowship

Number of positions available: 2

Important Dates


Please apply through the San Francisco Match for Pediatric Otolaryngology using the Common Application.

For More Information

Domonique Calhoun, Program Coordinator
Seattle Children's
PO Box 5371
M/S: OA.9.220
Seattle WA 98145-5005

Phone: 206-616-4328
Fax: 206-987-3925