Master of Science Program

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Dr. Bernard Segal
Graduate Program Director (GPD)
McGill University
Department of Otolaryngology
Jewish General Hospital
3755 Côte-Sainte-Catherine Rd., Room E-903
Montreal, QC H3T 1E2
Canada

Tel: 514-340-8222 ext. 23179

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Dr. Sam Daniel
Associate Graduate Program Director (aGPD) and Course Director
McGill University
Department of Otolaryngology
Montreal Children's Hospital, Glen Site
1001 Decarie Blvd.
Montreal, QC H4A 3J1
Canada

Tel: 514-412-4304

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Fabio Ciccocioppo
Administrative & Graduate Program Coordinator (GPC)
McGill University
Department of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery
MUHC (Royal Victoria Hospital)
1001 Decarie Blvd.
Montreal, QC H4A 3J1
Canada

Tel: 514-934-1934 ext.36386

Email: otl-gradadmin.med [at] mcgill.ca

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Master of Science Degree

The Master of Science degree offered by the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery provides inter-disciplinary training for clinical or basic science research in Otolaryngology. Master's programs can include research on normal function and disease of head and neck structures: otology, neuro-otology, laryngology, rhinology, oncology, surgery, auditory-vestibular sciences, middle-ear modelling, oto-toxicity, genomics, infection, thyroid disease, or genetics.

The master's program is intended for those having a strong interest in otolaryngology research (e.g., Otolaryngologists, physicians, dentists, therapists, veterinarians, medical professionals, engineering or science undergraduates, and others).  The program addresses research questions using an interdisciplinary approach, combining methodologies of both the clinical sciences and the basic sciences. The master's program is unique in Canada and rare elsewhere. Graduates of the program can better treat ear-nose-throat diseases; they are better positioned to do, and to evaluate, research in Otolaryngology. They typically obtain the most highly sought positions in their fields.

 

Admission to the program requires acceptance by a research supervisor. The Department will aim to match suitable applicants to supervisors according to mutual benefits. Applicants can also contact potential supervisors directly.

Current application deadlines are

 

Application Deadlines

 

Non-Canadian citizens

Canadian citizens/Perm. residents of Canada

Current McGill Students (any citizenship)

Fall Term:

May 15

July 15

Winter Term:

Sept. 10

Nov 15

Summer Term:

Jan. 15

April 1


Please also see the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies e-Calendar.

Master of Science (M.Sc.) Otolaryngology

Master of Science Program Requirements

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