Navigating Uncharted Waters: American Neurotology Society | AAO-HNSF  Bulletin

57th ANNUAL ANS SPRING MEETING
APRIL 29 - MAY 1, 2022
DALLAS, TX

ALL ATTENDEES: MEETING CONTENT WILL BE AVAILBLE ONLINE AFTER MAY 6th
USE YOUR COSM REGISTRATION ID NUMBER AND LAST NAME TO LOG IN. 

CME EVALUATIONS MUST BE COMPLETE BY JUNE 5th
(only registered attendees (in person and virtual) are eligible for CME credit)

CLICK IMAGE to view the ANS PROGRAM & ABSTRACT BOOK - FULL OF VALUABLE INFORMATION! 

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CONGRATULATION TO ALL THE AWARD RECIPIENTS! 

We would like to extend a special congratulations to the following recipients
of the ANS 57th Annual Spring meeting awards. 

Neurotology Fellow Award - $500

Dr. Mallory Raymond, Fellow at the Medical University of South Carolina for her presentation titled,
Do Cognitive Impairment Screening Scores Correlate with Cochlear Implant Speech Outcomes?” 

Neurotology Fellow Award - $500

Dr. Nathan Lindquist, Fellow at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, for his presentation titled,
“Cochlear Implantation for Single Sided Deafness: Speech Outcomes, Quality of Life, and Effects on Tinnitus”

ANS Trainee Award (Translational Science) - $1000

Dr. Amit Walia, Resident at Washington University in St. Louis for his presentation titled,
Promontory Electrocochleography Recordings to Predict Speech-Perception Performance in Cochlear Implant Recipients 

ANS Trainee Award (Clinical) - $1000

Dr. Hunter Elms, Resident at Duke University School of Medicine for his presentation titled,
Examination of Saccade Patterns in Compensated and Uncompensated Unilateral Vestibular Hypofunction 

Nicholas Torok Vestibular Award - $1500

Dr. Miriam Smetak, Resident at Vanderbilt University Medical Center for her presentation,
Vestibular Migraine Confounds Management of Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome”

 CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR POSTER WINNERS!