The Sean Parker Institute for the Voice has matched its 2020 class of Fellows, to begin training in laryngology in July of that year. The Sean Parker Fellow will be Hayley Born, MD. Dr. Born completed her undergraduate work at Yale University, received her medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, and currently in otolaryngology residency at the University of Cincinnati. The first-of-its-kind Sean Parker Fellowship pairs clinical training with a formal program leading to a Masters degree in Clinical and Translational Investigation, and is designed to provide an exceptional foundation for future researchers and thought-leaders in the field. The NYPresbyterian/Columbia-Cornell Fellow will be Andrew Tritter, MD. Dr. Tritter received his undergraduate training from Vanderbilt University, his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine and is currently a resident at Louisiana State University Health Science Center at Shreveport , and will be training at both the Sean Parker Institute for the Voice and Columbia University's Voice & Swallowing Institute.
Training the next generation of laryngologists is integral to the Sean Parker Institute's mission of advancing care for patients with laryngeal disorders.