Otoarlyngology Outcomes Report


2018 Report on Clinical & Scientific Innovations in Otolaryngology — Head & Neck Surgery

Leading the Way in Education

NewYork-Presbyterian's Departments of Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery are hosting or have hosted large-scale events to educate their colleagues in the field:

  • Annual Otolaryngology Update, November 2019, New York, NY.NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell and NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia host this annual course, and 2019 will be the 13th year. The course provides practicing otolaryngologists and head and neck surgeons with updates on the latest diagnostic and therapeutic techniques, including surgical management for numerous subspecialties

  • International Surgical Sleep Society Meeting, May 2019, New York, NY (www.sleepsurgery2019.com). This meeting unites experts in sleep surgery from around the world. The 2019 meeting is being co-hosted by NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell and co-chaired by Maria V. Suurna, MD.

  • Advanced Endoscopic Skull Base and Pituitary Surgery Course. NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell presents this annual educational event — a comprehensive overview of the newly emerging field of endoscopic skull base surgery, combining didactic sessions with hands-on dissection using endoscopic instruments and surgical navigation equipment.

  • Columbia Endoscopic Ear, Eustachian Tube, and Sinus Surgery Course, Spring 2019, New York, NY. The first of its kind in the New York metropolitan area and one of a select few in the world, this highly specialized course addresses innovative surgical techniques and the latest advances in patient care, including transcanal endoscopic ear surgery, transnasal Eustachian tube surgery, and endoscopic sinus and skull base surgery.

  • Performing Arts Medicine Association Symposium. NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell is a past host of this annual gathering, which is designed to meet the research and practice needs of physicians, therapists, educators, artistic directors, athletic trainers, and other professionals who seek to improve the wellbeing of performing artists.