Guest Lectures

COTTON-FITTON ENDOWED LECTURE IN PEDIATRIC OTOLARYNGOLOGY

Presented by: Jennifer Shin, MD, SM

The Cotton-Fitton Endowed Lecture in Pediatric Otolaryngology, funded by Robin T. Cotton, MD, and Cynthia M. Fitton, was established to educate otolaryngologists about considerations and care of children with diseases or disorders of the ears, nose, throat, head, and neck.

EUGENE N. MYERS, MD INTERNATIONAL LECTURE ON HEAD AND NECK CANCER

"Functional Neck Dissection: The Great Unknown"

Presented by: Javier Gavilan, MD

Established in 1991, the Eugene N. Myers, MD International Lecture on Head and Neck Cancer was endowed by Leslie Nicholas, MD, in honor of his nephew, Eugene N. Myers, MD, FRCS Edin (Hon), a past president of the AAO-HNS/F. Dr. Myers is known for his dedication to management of head and neck cancer and his interest in international medicine.

H. BRYAN NEEL III MD, PhD, DISTINGUISHED RESEARCH LECTURE

"The Reduction of Suffering as the Organizing Focus for Care"

Presented by: Thomas H. Lee, MD, MSc

The H. Bryan Neel III MD, PhD, Distinguished Research Lecture, funded by the Neel family and friends, was established to disseminate information on new developments in biomedical science to the otolaryngologic community.

HOWARD P. HOUSE, MD MEMORIAL LECTURE FOR ADVANCES IN OTOLOGY

"Otology/Neurotology Innovations: Despite Skeptics"

Presented by: Herbert Silverstein, MD

The Howard P. House, MD Memorial Lecture for Advances in Otology honors a member who has had a distinguished career in advancing hearing science through research and education to improve quality of life.

JOHN CONLEY, MD LECTURE ON MEDICAL ETHICS

Presented by: Michael M. Johns III, MD

The John Conley, MD Lecture on Medical Ethics was established in 1987. This lecture is dedicated to the subject of ethics.