IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012Information and Schedule April 26th - 28th, 2012 London, England
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 50th Anniversary Celebration Schedule and Information London, England Table of Contents April 26th - 28th, 2012 Letter from the IAOMS President - Page 2 Evening Reception Hunterian Museum - Page 3 Information- Important Addresses-Questions - Page 4 IAOMS 50th Anniversary Conference Schedule - Page 5 & 6 IAOMS 50th Anniversary Conference Speakers: Keynote Speaker, Brian Schmidt- Page 7 Paul Stoelinga, History of the IAOMS - Page 8 Johno Breeze, Ballistic Injury Re search - Page 9 Andrew Schache, HPV- “The Changing Face of Head & Neck Cancer” - Page 10 Additional Speakers - Page 11 Map of Royal College - Page 12 Accompanying Persons Tours and Meeting Points- Page 13 50th Anniversary Gala Dinner - Page 14 Thames River Cruise and Lunch - Page 15 Our Sponsors - Page 16 Register - Page 17 50th Anniversary Commemorative Book-50 Years of IAOMS; The Development of the Specialty—Page 18 Order the book- 50 Years of IAOMS; The Development of the Specialty—Page 19
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012Dear Colleagues:I invite you and your colleagues, families, and friends to attend the 50th AnniversaryCelebration of the International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons fromApril 26th through 28th at The Royal College of Surgeons in London, England. |A series of unique events have been planned for this celebration and we hope you willtake the opportunity to join us. We begin on the 26th April with an evening ofcelebration planned at the Hunterian Museum followed the next day by the 50thAnniversary Conference.The days celebration will end with the Guildhall Dinner, which I am sure will be full ofsurprises in trying to recreate the atmosphere at the very venue where the IAOMS wasborn 50 years ago. We conclude with the River Cruise on the Thames on the April 28thwhich should be a fitting end to the event.As members of IAOMS, we have much to be proud of and lots to celebrate. Mark outyour calendars and endeavor to be there in London to be a part of the History and thefuture of the IAOMS.Kishore NayakIAOMS President
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 Thursday, April 26th, 2012 All Registrants Are Invited To Attend Evening Reception Hunterian Museum 18:00 – 20:00 In 1799 the government purchased the collection of John Hunter which they presented to the College. This formed the basis of the Hunterian Collection, which has since been supplemented by others including an Odontological Collection and the natural history collections of Richard Owen. The museum displays thousands of anatomical specimens, including the Evelyn tables and the skeleton of the "Irish giant" Charles Byrne, and many surgical instruments. Evening Reception – The Edward Lumley Hall Located on the 1st Floor, stairs and elevators available to the Hunterian Museum. In addition to being a Gold Level Sponsor, KLS Martin is sponsoring the Even- ing Reception and Tour of the Hunterian Mu- seum
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012Information- Important Addresses-Questions Registration: Registration for the conference will be open on Thursday, April 26th, 2012 from 14:00 to 16:00 and Friday, April 27th, 2012 from 8:30 to 9:30 at the Entrance into the Royal College of Surgeons. Important Addresses: Royal College of Surgeons 35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields London WC2A 3PE United Kingdom Tel: 44 020 7869 6560 Guildhall, Gresham Street, London, EC2 Map Tel: 020 7332 1313 Fax: 020 7332 1996 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.guildhall.cityoflondon.gov.uk/location.htm Savoy Pier Nearest Tube stations: Embankment Station, Waterloo Station Nearest Car Parks: Street parking on Savoy Place (in front of the Savoy Hotel); Savoy Adelphi Garage, Savoy Place; St. Martins Lane Hotel Questions– Please direct all questions to Lynne Sayler at email@example.com
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 Friday, April 27th, 201250th Anniversary Conference Royal College of Surgeons35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields London WC2A 3PE United Kingdom Tel: 44 020 7869 6560 Morning VANDERVELL-LECTURE ROOM 1-THEATER 1 8:30 – 9:30 Registration Morning Moderator: John Williams 9:30 – 9:40 Welcome to the IAOMS 50th Celebration Kishore Nayak, President IAOMS Larry Nissen, Foundation Chairman, IAOMS 9:40 – 10:05 Welcome & Comments Norman Williams, President RCS Eng 10:05 – 10: 35 50 Years of Progress in Surgical Education and Training Mike Larvin 10:35 – 11:05 Role of the RCS in Developing Internationalism in Surgery Lord Ribeiro, Past President RCS Eng 11:05 – 11:15 BREAK 11:15 – 11:50 History of the IAOMS Paul Stoelinga 11:50 – 12:00 Formal Unveiling of the 50th Anniversary Book John Helfrick 12:00 – 14:00 LUNCH and Book Signing
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012Friday, April 27th, 201250th Anniversary Conference ContinuedAfternoonVANDERVELL- LECTURE ROOM 1-THEATER 1Afternoon Moderator: Bob Woodwards14:00 – 15:30 Symposium on New Developments for the Specialty of OMFS – 4 Speakers, 15 minutes each 1. Johno Breeze – Ballistic Injury Research 2. Andrew Schache – HPV – “The Changing Face of Head & Neck Cancer” 3. Marloes Nienhuijs – Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery: the Perspective of a Dutch Resident 4. Gunaseelan Rajan – Distraction Osteogenesis in Cleft Maxillary Hypoplasia15:30 – 15:45 BREAK15:45 – 16:45 OMFS the Next 50 Years Brian Schmidt16:45 – 17:00 Closing Remarks Kishore Nayak, President IAOMSLunch and refreshments will be complimentary for all attendees at the conference.
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 Keynote Speaker Brian SchmidtBrian Schmidt is a clinician scientist whose clinical practice and laboratory research programare closely integrated. He is a Professor at New York University in the Department of Oraland Maxillofacial Surgery and the Department of Physiology and Neuroscience. He is also theDirector of Bluestone Center for Clinical Research at NYU. His research is focused on basicmechanisms responsible for cancer pain and the identification of diagnostic and predictivecancer biomarkers. His clinical practice includes the comprehensive surgical management ofpatients with head and neck cancer.Dr. Schmidt’s professional training includes a PhD, and medical and dental degrees from theUniversity of California, San Francisco as well as surgical oncology training. He is the recipientof numerous research honors and awards and has authored or co- authored over 80peer-reviewed articles. Dr. Schmidt serves as an NIH funded principal investigator for clinicalstudies as well as for basic science research in the laboratory that he directs.In his upcoming lecture Dr. Schmidt outlines his vision for the specialty of oral and maxillofacialsurgery. He will discuss the challenges and opportunities that lie in store for our surgicalspecialty over the next 50 years. Advances in genomics, tissue engineering and the behavioralsciences are highlighted in Dr. Schmidt’s recommendations on how to anticipate and negotiatethe inevitable changes that will transform the specialty. He also offers practical advice forthose who seek better treatment and patient care at the vanguard of the profession wheretechnology and science are miscible.
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 Paul Stoelinga History of the IAOMSPaul JW Stoelinga is emeritus professor in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeryof the University of Nijmegen and Maastricht, the Netherlands. For 25years, preceding his academic commitments, he was consultant OMFSsurgeon in Arnhem, the Netherlands. He has published widely (more than160 publications) on topics related to clinical pathology, preprosthetic-preimplant and orthognathic surgery, but also on some basic researchusing bone engineering techniques.He was editor in Chief of the International Journal of Oral and MaxillofacialSurgery between 1988 to 2000. He was also president of both the Europe-an Association (1992-1994) and International Association (2002-2004) anda member of several committees of these professional organizations. He isone of the authors of the book on 50 Years of the IAOMS: the Developmentof the Specialty.
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 Johno Breeze Ballistic Injury ResearchMajor Johno Breeze is a dual qualified Army maxillofacial surgery trainee currentlyundertaking CT2 in Portsmouth. He is halfway through an MD degree centered on thedevelopment of a numerical mathematical model that will be used to evaluate futuredesigns of military neck protection. His research has led to appointments as aresearch fellow of both the National Institute of Health Research and the RoyalCollege of Surgeons of England.Lecture TitleDesign validation of military ballistic cervical protection through the development of anovel numerical injury modelLecture SynopsisDespite significant improvements in both forward medical care and body armour, theincidence of combat neck injury experienced by UK soldiers in Afghanistan hasincreased in relation to previous conflicts. Current neck collars are disliked andtherefore rarely worn, resulting in significant and potentially preventable morbidityand mortality. This talk describes the current progress made in the design, evaluationand proposed validation of novel methods of future military ballistic neck protection.
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 Andrew Schache HPV – “The Changing Face of Head & Neck Cancer”Andrew Schache is an Oral & Maxillofacial Senior Registrar in Liverpool and ispresently the Inaugural Wellcome Trust – Faculty of Dentistry, RCS Research Fellow.He studied Dentistry (BDS) at the University of Otago, in his native New Zealandbefore completing medical training (MBChB (Hons)) at the University of Warwick. He hasspent his higher surgical training in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery in both London and Liver-pool.Presently Andrew is based in the Liverpool Cancer Research UK Centre, researchingthe biology behind the recent epidemic of HPV-associated HNSCC. His WellcomeTrust – FDS funded PhD focuses on the differences between HPV-positive and HPV- negativetumours and the epigenetic interactions between virus and host duringtumour development."HPV – the changing face of Head & Neck Cancer"In the last two decades we have witnessed a rapid change in the aetiology of Head & NeckSquamous Cell Carcinoma (HNSCC). Human papillomavirus (HPV) has emerged as acausative agent in a biologically distinct subset of oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma(OPSCC) yet its role in the oral cavity (OSCC) remains controversial. This lecture aims toprovide some clarity to the role that HPV may, or may not, play in HNSCC whilst alsoaddressing some of the difficulties surrounding defining a diagnostic test capable ofproviding both stringent accuracy and prognostic capacity. As IAOMS celebrates 50 years, itis worth pondering the influence that HPV may have on the subsequent 50 years of Oral &Maxillofacial Surgery.
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 Additional Speakers Marloes Nienhuijs Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery: the Perspective of a Dutch Resident Marloes Nienhuijs, born 19-02-1977, did her dental and medical studies at the University of Nijmegen in the period 1995 to 2009. She also was the main investigator in a research project entitled: “The role of natural equine growth factors in experimental bone engineering" and was the main author of five and co-author of two publications in peer reviewed journals about this topic. In 2010 she received her doctorate degree. Her main ambition, after registration as a specialist, is to stay in academics and combine research with teaching, while further gaining experience in cleft lip and palate treatment and craniofacial surgery.Gunaseelan Rajan · Distraction Osteogenesis in Cleft Maxillary HypoplasiaMike Larvin · 50 Years of Progress in Surgical Education and TrainingLord Riberio · Role of the RCS in Developing Internationalism in Surgery
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 The Edward Lumely Hall 4/26 Evening Reception4/27 Exhibitors, Book Signing, Foundation, IAOMS ALL BREAKS & LUNCHES for Meetings and Conference Conference Theatre 1 4/26 Museum open for Reception REGISTRATION College Floor Plan
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 Accompanying Persons Tours & Meeting Points Friday, April 27th, 2012Friday morning, April 27th, there is a choice of either a visit, led by a Blue Badge guide, or a walk led by a City ofLondon or City of Westminster guide, in four locations. The morning visits or walks will be from 10 am to 12 pm.Limit of 15 (maximum) per visit or walk (includes entrance fees and guide fees).Visit: $60 per person St. Pauls Cathedral- Meeting point: Main visitors ‘entrance St. Pauls Cathedral, West Front Westminster Abbey- Meeting point: Outside main visitors entrance, north front The British Museum- Meeting point: Outside main entrance, Great Russel Street The Tower of London - Meeting point: Tower Hill tube station - outside main exit.Walk: $20 per person Legal Walk: The Wig & Pen and Fleet Street- Meeting point: Holborn tube station, outside Kingsway entrance. Hidden City walk- Meeting point: Tower Hill tube station, outside main exit Heart of the City- Meeting point: Queen Anne statue, St. Pauls Cathedral, West Front. Westminster: Power and Politics- Meeting point: Westminster tube station ticket hall,nr. W.H.Smith stall. Lunch: The Guides will suggest suitable places for lunch in each area at your own expense.In the afternoon, there will be six walks from 2 - 4 pm. Limit of 15 (maximum) per walk. (Includes entrancefees and guide fees.) Prices are per person.Walk: $20 per person A Medical-Themed- Meeting point: Royal College of Surgeons, outside main entrance Londons East End- Meeting point: Tower hill Tube Station, outside main exit. Wren Churches- Meeting point: Queen Anne Statue, St. Pauls Cathedral, West Front. Modern Architecture - Meeting point: City of Contrasts -Bank tube station, exit 8. Smithfield--Criminals and Corpses- Meeting point; Queen Anne Statue, St. Pauls Cathedral, West Front. Mayfair Shopping- Meeting point: Green Park tube station, outside Park entrance.Please indicate on the registration form the tours your accompanying person would like to attend. Payment will beadded on your registration form. All prices are per person.
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 FRIDAY, APRIL 27TH, 2012 50th ANNIVERSARY GALA DINNER GUILDHALL LONDON 19:00 – 22:30 Reception: Art Gallery Dinner: The Old Library Join the Gala 50th Anniversary Dinner at the historic Guildhall on Friday, April 27th from 19:00 to 22:30. Built 800 years ago, the Medieval Grade I listed landmark Guildhall is still home to the City of London Corporation. The reception will be held in the Art Gallery while dinner will be served in the Old Library and Print Room. Cloakroom will be available. Black Tie Optional Tickets are $200 per person
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 SATURDAY APRIL 28TH, 2012 THAMES RIVER CRUISE AND LUNCH 12:30 – 14:30 Sail on the contemporary ship the Silver Sturgeon and enjoy a cruise on the Thames River while relaxing over a tasty luncheon served by celebrity chef Jamie Olivers catering company, Fabulous Feasts. Embarkation will take place at the Savoy Pier (located on Victoria Embankment) between 12:00 – 12:30. The cruise will last for 2 hours from 12:30 – 14:30. Disembarkation will take place from 14:30 – 15:00 at the Savoy Pier Embankment. Thames River Cruise and Lunch Tickets are $130 each
IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 Our SponsorsGOLD SPONSOR: In addition to being a Gold Level Sponsor KLS Martin is sponsoring the Evening Reception and Tour of Hunterian Museum for the IAOMS 50th Anniversary Celebration.BRONZE SPONSOR: THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS FOR THEIR GENEROUS DONATIONS IN CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF IAOMS.
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IAOMS 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 1962-2012 Announcing the Publication of the IAOMS 50th Anniversary Commemorative Book Available at the London Conference A NEW BOOK − 50 Years of IAOMS: The Devel- opment of the Specialty that documents the history of the association as well as the development of the medical specialty it serves. It was written by two distinguished leaders of the profession − Paul Stoelinga and John Ll. Williams, both Past Presidents of IAOMS50 Years of IAOMS: The Development of the Specialty guides the reader through the evolution of theoral and maxillofacial surgery specialty providing an in-depth look at how each aspect of theprofession developed − from trauma, dentoalveolar surgery and treatment of infectious diseases toclinical pathology and oncology. It also provides a detailed history of the profession, the associationand also recognizes pioneers in the field who laid the foundation for present day practice. It furtherexamines how scientific journals have played a major role in the development of the specialty. Finally,the book describes the broad scope of how and why certain developments took place and howinternational interaction was the catalyst for the progress made.This limited-edition publication (only 2,000 copies produced) will make its debut at the educationalconference to be held during the IAOMS 50th Anniversary Celebration in London. All conferenceparticipants will receive a complimentary copy. Additional copies of the book will be available forpurchase at a cost of $75, plus $30 in shipping. If you order a copy prior to the 50th AnniversaryCelebration, you can pick it up onsite and avoid shipping costs. While conference attendees will receiveone complimentary copy of 50 Years of IAOMS: The Development of the Specialty, we hope thatyou will consider making a donation of $75 to the IAOMS Foundation to help support the bookspublication.
50th Anniversary Commemorative Book-50 Years of IAOMS: The Development of the SpecialtyThis limited-edition publication (only 2,000 copies produced) will make its debut at the educationalconference to be held during the IAOMS 50th Anniversary Celebration in London. All conferenceparticipants will receive a complimentary copy. While conference attendees will receive one complimentarycopy of 50 Years of IAOMS: The Development of the Specialty, we hope that you will consider making adonation of $75 to the IAOMS Foundation to help support the book’s publication. Additional copies of thebook are available for purchase at a cost of $75, plus $30 shipping.If you order a copy prior to the 50th Anniversary Celebration, you may pick it up onsite to avoid ship-ping costs. To place an order, please fill out the form belowName: IAOMS Member #: E-Mail:Address: City: State: Country:Zip Code: Phone #: Fax: Yes, I would like a copy(ies) of “50 Years of IAOMS; The Development of the Specialty” Here is my contribution of: $75 USD $100 USD $150 $ USD OTHER No, I do not want the book at this time, but I do want to support the IAOMS Foundation. Here is my contribution of: $50 USD $100 USD $200 USD $ USD OTHER Please send the book to me at the address above for $30 USD SHIPPING I will pick up the book at the IAOMS 50th Anniversary CelebrationCredit Card: Visa MastercardCredit Card # Exp. CVC:Name on Card (please print) SignatureTotal amount $75 per book including shipping of $30 a book if applicable: If you have any questions, please contact Lynne Sayler at email@example.com RECEIVED WITH THANKS