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Department of Otolaryngology
 

Department of Otolaryngology Events

Events & Happenings



2017 Ultimate Colorado Midwinter Meeting
Join the University of Colorado Department of Otolaryngology and your colleagues for the 2017 Ultimate Colorado Midwinter Meeting.
January 29 - February 2, 2017 - Vail, Colorado

 

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Frontiers in Pediatric Otolaryngology
A comprehensive update for common ear, nose and throat disorders in children.
August 7-10, 2016


9th Annual Otolaryngology Research Day
Scholarly research presentations by Pediatric-Otolaryngology Fellows, Otolaryngology Residents, and T32 Pre & Postdoc Trainees.
June 10, 2016


2nd Annual Course for Microscopic and Endoscopic Approaches to the Skull Base
National 3-day cadaveric dissection training course in Skull Base/Endoscopic Surgical Techniques held in the CSI Laboratory, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. This is an invitiational course taught by world-class experts in skull base and cranial endoscopy to senior resident teams, combining Neurosurgery and Otolaryngolgy. This course offers an intensive review of the techical nuances involved with skull base procedures including comprehensive 3-D anatomy and 3-D surgical video presentations. Participants will recieve didactics and hands on instructions on traditional skull base approaches and endonasal and transcranial endocopy including indications, techniques, outcomes complications avoidance and management.​
March 2-5, 2016

2016 Ultimate Colorado Midwinter Meeting
Join the University of Colorado Department of Otolaryngology and your colleagues for the 2016 Ultimate Colorado Midwinter Meeting.
January 25-29, 2016


Third Annual Contemporary Management of Aerodigestive Disease in Children
A collaboration among pediatric otolaryngology, pulmonary, gastroenterology, and speech/swallowing specialities.
November 5-7, 2015


Take the DISE Challenge
Drug-induced sleep endoscopy (DISE)  is a novel technique to identify surgical candidates. During the mini-seminar, the experts will provide their interpretation and management. Post-operative outcomes will also be presented. Both the art and science behind the decision process will be discussed.
September 28, 2015

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