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MARK YOUR CALENDAR! 

ANS "SUPER SATURDAY" WILL BE HELD AT THE HILTON RIVERSIDE ON SEPTEMBER 14, 2019!
BOOK YOUR HOUSING EARLY THRU THE AAO-HNS/F WEBSITE EVEN IF NOT GOING TO AAO!  


SUPER SATURDAY REGISTRATION IS OPEN ONLINE
REGISTER BY AUGUST 19 FOR EARLY DISCOUNT! 

Click Here to access the online registration form.

The registration fee schedule is as follows:
(ALL attendees must register even if there is no fee)

  • ANS Active (Fellows & Associates) & Senior Member - $125 (after August 19, $175)
  • Emeritus Member - No registration fee
  • ANS Trainee Member includes Neurotology Fellows and Residents - No registration fee
  • Other Residents/Medical Student - No registration fee
  • Allied Health - $125 (after August 19, $175)
  • Nonmember (Physicians/Industry)- $250 (after August 19, $300)

The following schedule has been coordinated for ANS "Super Saturday"

7:00 - 8:10 am Facial Nerve Study Group, John Leonetti, MD, Coordinator

8:20 - 9:50 am Stereotactic Radiosurgery Study Group, Ashley Wackym, MD, Coordinator

10:00 am - 12:00 pm William House Cochlear lmplant Study Group, Craig Buchman, MD, Coordinator

12:00 - 12:45 pm Lunch Break (lunch for registered attendees and ANS members will be provided at the close of the study groups)

12:45 - 1:05 pm ANS Business Meeting

1:05 - 5:30 pm ANS Scientific Program, ANS President, Nikolas H. Blevins, MD

NEW THIS YEAR, MOC CREDIT! 

 The ANS Scientific Program has been designated 4.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. We are pleased to announce 4.0 MOC points will be offered for the Scientific Program as well. IMPORTANT! In order to earn MOC, registered attendees must complete the CME evaluation component of the program. This is the online evaluation form you will receive after the meeting. You will be asked to provide your ABOHNS diplomate ID number and DOB (month/day) on the registration form AND the CME evaluation form so please have that readily available. This enables the attendee to meet the expectations of the American Board of Otolaryngology’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program and allow the American College of Surgeons, as our accredited provider, to submit attendee completion information to ACCME for the purpose of recognizing your participation.

The ANS Study groups, in their current format, are NOT eligible for CME due to requirements set forth by ACCME.  

THE ANS SCIENTIFIC & STUDY GROUP PROGRAMS WILL BE IN THEIR FINAL FORM BY MID-JULY!!!! 
CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING TO ACCESS THE PROGRAMS (AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE). 

10th ANNUAL FACIAL NERVE STUDY GROUP
 
14th ANNUAL STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY STUDY GROUP 
 
35th ANNUAL WILLIAM HOUSE COCHLEAR IMPLANT STUDY GROUP 
 
54th ANNUAL ANS FALL SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

The ANS Scientific Program highlights include an opening presentation by ANS President, Dr. Nikolas Blevins and Dr. Matthew Bush, “Neurotology 2019: Extending our Reach”. Based on the feedback from our attendees, three panels are on the program. We will address the following hot topics, Genomics in Neurotology, moderated by Dr. Ronna Hertzano; Frontiers in Tinnitus Management, moderated by Dr. Carol Bauer; and Contemporary Management of Glomus Tumors, moderated by Dr. Colin Driscoll. Dr. Blevins chose Dr. Michael McKenna, as the Frank M. Rizer Memorial lecturer. His presentation is entitled, " The Emerging Role for Gene Therapy in the Treatment of Sensorineural Hearing Loss".    


 

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