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Externship Application

Although Dr. Pasha is not associated with an academic institution, he does have an academic interest in rhinology and the surgical management of sleep medicine. Dr. Pasha enjoys lecturing across the country at various institutions on the topics of In-Office Balloon Sinuplasty and the practical concepts of the surgical management of sleep apnea. His current active projects include: In-Office Balloon Sinuplasty for the treatment of rhinogenic headaches, the surgical management of hypopharyngeal collapse in obstructive sleep apnea, and the management of acquired nasopharyngeal stenosis.

Dr. Pasha does allow rotators to visit with him. Medical students, undergraduate students, residents, as well as visiting professors and practicing Otolaryngologists have all rotated with Dr. Pasha. Your externship will depend on your interest and typically would be a combination of clinic experience, operating room observation, as well as assisting in research.

For those who are interested in rotating please submit a request with a current curriculum vitae to Jennifer at

Sixth Edition Submission Format

For those who have comments, suggestions, clarifications, additions, criticisms, illustrations, corrections, or any other remarks for the upcoming Fourth Edition of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, Clinicians Reference Guide, you may submit them to

Do not submit copyrighted material without a release.

Please keep to this simple format:

  • Your Name
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  • Your Phone Number
  • Your Comment/Illustration
  • Reference Support to Your Comment/Illustration

Layman’s Legal Disclaimer

By submitting information, we do not make any guarantees, promises, or semblance of fame or fortune or inclusion in the fourth edition. Your suggestion will become property of Raza Pasha and no compensation will be rewarded. We may choose to disregard your comment or we may display it on the front cover without giving you any sense of credit. We could in fact take your idea and run with it earning hundreds of millions of dollars and you would not receive a single cent. The more likely scenario is that I may review your comment send them to my editor, Justin S. Golub, then after some deliberations may include your suggestion in the next edition with some sort of subtle credit. So please no tears, threats, or requests for updates. Nonetheless, we appreciate your remarks.