Congratulations to our outstanding residents who scored in the 94th %ile across all residency programs nationwide on the annual training examination!
We were a match for three outstanding students who recently earned their medical degrees. We look forward to what the next 5 years will bring:
Department members, along with friends and family members, packed over 5,600 backpack meal kits for children in need on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020. See highlights of the event here.
Our department was well represented at the AAO-HNS/F Annual Meeting and Oto Experience held Sept. 14-18, 2019, in New Orleans.
Faculty and residents attended the annual MSO meeting May 24-25, 2019. This year's event was held in Point Clear, AL. Resident presentations included "Resource Utilization & Management for Secondary Triage of Isolated Facial Trauma" by Dr. Amrita Ray (PGY-4), "Characteristics & Considerations for Children with Ankyloglossia Undergoing Frenulectomy" by Dr. Lauren Buck (PGY-4) and "Relationship of Overall Cardiovascular Health & Hearing Loss in an African American Population: The Jackson Heart Study" by Dr. Steven Curti (PGY-4). Faculty presentations included "Dizziness: Advances in Diagnosis & Treatment" by Dr. Tom Eby, "Trends in Perioperative Opioid Use" by Dr. Scott Stringer, "Updated Cochlear Implant Indications" by Dr. Claude Harbarger and "Evaluation & Management of the Snoring Patient" by Dr. Andrea Lewis.
COSM was held May 1-5, 2019, in Austin, Texas. During this meeting, Drs. Jeff Carron, Lauren Buck (PGY-4) and Cindy Moore (PGY-2) won the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology Peds Video to Presentation Contest for their video titled "Surgical Approach to Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma." Additional participation included: