The New England Otolaryngological Society (NEOS) prides itself on the advancement of the science and practice of otolaryngology for physicians, physicians-in-training, and allied health professionals. Through educational activities held throughout the year, we hope to provide a forum to update the community on the latest discoveries in order to expand its collective medical knowledge.
Congratulations to our Resident Winners from the October 10, 2014 program entitled, "Sinus and Ear Surgery: Spelunking in the Skull Base", successfully hosted at Albany Medical College, as well as all of the Residents for outstanding presentations
|1st||University of Connecticut - James Naples, MD
Surgical Management for an Unusual Variant of BPPV
|2nd||Boston University - Minyoung Jang, MD
An Unusual Temporomandibular Joint Mass: Diagnostic Considerations and Treatment Approaches
|3rd||Albany Medical College - Kristina Piastro, MD
Endoscopic Endonasal Approach to Intraconal Orbital Tumor
Dr. James Naples, University of Connnecticut, won the 2014 Resident Research Award. His topic is: "The Effect of Different Doses of Intratympanic Diltiazam Against Cisplatin Induced Ototoxicity in a Mouse Model". We look forward to hearing about his research at our April 2015 meeting.
Please make plans to attend the December meeting, to be held at the Starr Center, Boston, MA (adjacent to Massachussetts General Hospital, behind the Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill Hotel, 5 Blossom Street, Boston, MA)
Friday, December 5, 2014
7:55 am to 4:00 pm
Starr Center, Boston, MA
Agenda and directions will be posted on this website.