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  1. 1. TRIOLO GICAL SO CIE T Y COMBINED SECTIONS MEETINGJanuary 24-26, 2013 • Westin Kierland Resort • Scottsdale, Arizona I n f ormation and R E gistration R egistration o p ens O ctober 1 5 at w w w. triological . org
  2. 2. Eastern Section Middle Section Southern Section Western SectionSteven D. Schaefer, MD, FACS Robert C. Kern, MD, FACS Paul R. Lambert, MD Michael E. Hoffer, MD, FACSVice President Vice President Vice President Vice PresidentAB O U T THE TRIO LOGICAL SOCIET Y Me s s a ge f rom t h eThe American Laryngological, Rhinological and Otological Society, Inc. aka the Triological S e ction V ice Pr e s id e n t sSociety, was founded in 1895 in New York, NY. In the 117 years since its founding,the Triological Society has attracted the best and the brightest in academic and clinical We look forward to our 2013otolaryngology. Membership in the Triological Society brings the distinction of being elected Combined Sections Meeting into the most prestigious society in otolaryngology. Active Fellowship is achieved by presenting Scottsdale. Thank you to oura thesis in the field of otolaryngology considered acceptable to a panel of peers. For thoseentering the field of otolaryngology, the Society provides role models. For those who are Program Chair, Stephen S. Park, MD,committed to research and related scholarly activity, the Society offers fellowship with like- and our Section Program Liaisons,minded peers who share common values, interests, and concerns. Ronald G. Amedee, MD, Robert M. • The Society disseminates scientific information by presenting the latest basic science Kellman, MD, John F. Pallanch, MD, and clinical information at scientific meetings and through publication of its scientific and Peter A. Weisskopf, MD who, journal, The Laryngoscope. together with the program committee, • The Society promotes research into the causes of and treatments for otolaryngic diseases by attracting promising physicians to scholarly otolaryngology research and have put together an exciting, supporting their development, providing financial support for the research efforts of innovative program with papers young scientists, and promoting the highest standards in the field of otolaryngology- and panel presentations of interest head and neck surgery. The Triological Society has awarded more than $3 million in to both academic and community research grants since 1974. based otolaryngologists. • The Society also publishes the monthly newsmagazine, ENTtoday, which reports timely and relevant news about otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, ready to be We hope to see you in Scottsdale and used by all those involved with the full spectrum of disorders of the head and neck and related structures. are confident that our scientific forum • The Society advocates for support of residents through Resident Research Award will meet all of your expectations. competitions at the Combined Sections meetings and travel awards to assist Your participation in the meeting is departments in funding travel for residents chosen to make podium and poster essential for its success. presentations at Triological Society Sections meetings.The mission of the Triological Society is to encourage and assist otolaryngologist-head andneck surgeons and other health care professionals to develop, maintain, and enhance theirknowledge and skills in their pursuit of improved patient care through education, research,and fellowship.2
  3. 3. GENERAL INFORMATION Meet the Authors Poster Reception, and the Saturday evening closing party. The Thesis Seminar is offered on aThis meeting is designed for otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons, otolaryngology complimentary basis to candidates andresidents, otolaryngology subspecialty Fellows, and other health care professionals interested potential candidates for Fellowship in thein (1) the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the ears, nose and throat and related Triological Society---pre-registration isstructures, and (2) cutting-edge research in the field of otolaryngology. required.WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA CONFERENCE CHECK INThis program will feature state of the art Scottsdale is located in the beautiful All attendees, including podium and posterpodium and poster presentations, including Sonoran Desert, bordered by Phoenix to presenters, must check in at registrationpanels and presentations given by world- the West and the McDowell Mountains on prior to attending any educational sessionsrenowned otolaryngologists-head and neck the East. The vibrant downtown is home to or meeting events. Badges must be wornsurgeons. The meeting includes industry more than 90 restaurants, 320 retail shops at all times. Attendees not wearing badgesexhibits and numerous opportunities and more than 80 art galleries. Also easy will not be permitted into the educationalto network with colleagues. Attendees to find are championship golf courses with sessions or exhibit and poster area.will gain the latest clinical and research artful layouts that wind around mammoth Registration will be located in the Hall ofinformation in all the otolaryngology boulders. Local spas tap into ancient States just outside the Kierland Grandsubspecialties. Native American healing techniques to Ballroom (lobby level) and will be open on soothe your body and soul. Scottsdale is the following dates and times:MEETING LOCATION positively bursting with unique attractions Wednesday, January 23 5:00pm – 8:00pmAll educational sessions, posters, exhibits, and unforgettable adventures. For more Thursday, January 24 7:00am – 5:00pmand events will be held at the hotel. information visit Friday, January 25 7:00am – 12:30pmThe Westin Kierland Resort Saturday, January 26 7:00am – 5:30pm6902 East Greenway Parkway   REGISTRATION MEETING REGISTRATION DEADLINEScottsdale, AZ 85254 Meeting registration includes entrance JANUARY 14, 2013P: 480-624-1000 to the scientific sessions, the exhibit All registration must be completed online atEmail: hall, poster viewing, program materials, continental breakfast, breaks, lunches on specified days, the Welcome Reception, Prior to After January 14 January 14 and onsite Triological Society Members $350 $400 Triological Society Senior Members & Past Fee waived-must $125 Presidents (must be designated as Senior by Society) register Non-member Physicians $425 $475 Residents/Med Students $75 $100 Allied Health/Physician’s Assistant $150 $200 Corporate Representative (non-exhibitor) $425 $475 Guest Passport (Includes hospitality suite, entrance $150 $175 to exhibit hall, receptions and partyRequests for refunds must be made by or before January 6, 2013.Email “No shows” will not receive a refund. 3
  4. 4. MEETING OVERVIEW SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM2013 Combined Sections Meeting schedule (subject to change). The general, concurrent, and panel presentations will cover the fullScientific program updates at array of subspecialties in Otolaryngology-Head Neck Surgery as well as other topics of general interest to all physicians. Our popular Wednesday, January 23 sessions, including “What’s the Latest and Greatest?” and “The Great Registration 5:00pm – 8:00pm Debate---Point/Counterpoint” will return on Thursday. “How I Do It” Thursday, January 24 sessions will be held on Thursday and Saturday. Numerous break-out Continental Breakfast 7:00am – 8:30am sessions will allow greater specialty specific topics to be covered in Poster Set-Up 7:00am – 9:30am complete detail.  The Saturday afternoon conclusion to the program Registration 7:00am – 5:00pm will feature our special Keynote speaker, Daniel P. Sulmasy, MD PhD, whose topic “What’s Love Got To Do With It?” will surely bring down Scientific Sessions 8:00am – noon the house. The final poster presentations followed by a festive Spouse Hospitality Suite 8:30am – 11:00am closing party will take place that evening.  The detailed scientific Exhibits 9:30am – 3:30pm program will be available in mid-October at  Poster Viewing 9:30am – 5:15pm Please note that the meeting concludes at 9:00pm on Saturday after Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Noon – 1:15pm the poster reception and closing party. Scientific Sessions 1:15pm – 5:15pm CONTINUING MEDICA L EDUCATION Vice President’s Welcome Reception 5:15pm – 6:30pm AMA PRA Category I CreditsTM will be available for this activity. The Friday, January 25 number of credits and additional information will be available in Western Section Business Meeting 7:00am – 7:50am web updates and printed in the final program. Southern Section Business Meeting 7:00am – 7:50am POSTER SESSIONs Continental Breakfast 7:00am – 8:30am Clinical and Research Posters will be available for viewing Exhibits 7:00am – 11:00am throughout the duration of the program. The “Meet the Authors” Poster Viewing 7:00am – 12:30pm Poster Reception will be held on Saturday immediately following Registration 7:00am – 12:30pm the conclusion of the afternoon scientific sessions. Posters will be located in the exhibit hall. Scientific Sessions 8:00am – 12:30pm Spouse Hospitality Suite 8:30am – 11:00am TRIOLOGICAL SOCIETY BUSINESS MEETINGS (Triological Society Fellows Only) Resident Bowl 12:45pm – 2:00 pm The annual Sectional business meetings will be held on Friday Thesis Seminar (Registration required) 12:45pm – 2:00pm and Saturday mornings from 7:00-7:50 am, prior to the scientific sessions. Southern and Western Section business meetings will be Saturday, January 26 held concurrently on Friday morning and the Middle and Eastern Eastern Section Business Meeting 7:00am – 7:50am Section business meetings will be held concurrently on Saturday. Middle Section Business Meeting 7:00am – 7:50am Continental Breakfast TRIOLOGICAL SOCIETY THESIS SEMINAR (pre-registration required) 7:00am – 8:30am Building your Triological Thesis: Planning, Starting and Finishing Exhibits 7:00am – 1:00pm Friday, January 25th – 12:45 – 2:00 pm Registration 7:00am – 5:30pm This seminar is for Triological Society active candidates as Poster Viewing 7:00am – 6:30pm well as those interested in pursuing Active Fellowship in the Scientific Sessions 8:00am – noon Triological Society. Candidates will learn how to select and focus Spouse Hospitality Suite 8:30am – 11:00am on an appropriate topic and research question, how to select Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Noon – 1:15 pm a study design based on the research question, and how to select variables. Some basic principles of study conduct will also Scientific Sessions 1:15pm – 5:00pm be discussed. The seminar will present some useful tips on Meet the Authors Poster Reception 5:15pm – 6:30pm organizing, analyzing, and presenting the data, and sources of Closing Party 6:30pm – 9:00pm funding for continued investigation.  The seminar will be conducted by Maureen Hannley, PhD, a research mentor in otolaryngology-The meeting schedule is subject to change. For the latest information and sessiondescriptions, visit head and neck surgery. YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER FOR THIS SEMINAR TO ENSURE THAT MINIMUM REGISTRATION NUMBERS ARE MET. There is no fee for this seminar. We may not be able to accept walk-ins based on space. Register online at
  5. 5. EXHIBITSThe Exhibit Hall provides attendees with theopportunity to network with representativesfrom pharmaceutical companies,instrument companies, diagnosticequipment companies, publishers, publicservice companies, and others. Attendeesare encouraged to visit the exhibits forinformation that may assist in their pursuitof improved patient care.Exh i b i t H a ll H o urs Thursday, January 24 Exhibits Open 9:30am – 3:30 pm Lunch in the Hall 12:00pm – 1:15 pm SOCIAL AND NETWORKING EVENTS Friday, January 25 Continental Breakfast and Breaks Resident Bowl Competition Exhibits Open 7:00am – 11:00 am (included in registration fee) (included in registration fee) Saturday, January 26 Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January Friday, January 25th - 12:45pm – 2:00pm Exhibits Open 7:00am – 1:00pm 24th -26th - 7:00am Cheer for your favorite team during Lunch in the Hall 11:45am – 1:00pm Continental breakfast will be available the Resident Bowl Competition, where in the exhibit hall and poster area each universities from all over the country send morning. Refreshment breaks will take their most esteemed residents to try and2012 EXHIB ITORS place in the exhibit hall and poster area. bring home the trophy. During this highlyAcclarent interactive session resident teams answerAdvanced Bionics Vice President’s Welcome Reception questions using an audience responseArthroCare ENT (included in registration fee) system to try and prove that they are theBoston Medical Products Thursday, January 24th - 5:15pm – smartest resident team in the competition.Cochlear Americas 6:30pm You won’t want to miss this exciting andDepartment of Veteran Affairs (HRRO) You are invited to mingle with your energy-filled session! A boxed lunch colleagues and guests and meetGrace Medical, Inc. will be served. Advance registration is Triological Society candidates, as well asInvotec International, Inc. required. discuss the first day of the program andKarl Storz Endoscopy-America, Inc. the upcoming events. This reception will “Meet the Authors” PosterKayPentax be hosted by the Section Vice Presidents. Reception (included in registration fee)Kurz Medical Attendees will enjoy the outdoor location, Saturday, January 26th - 5:15pm – 6:30pmLumenis overlooking the lake and golf course The Triological Society invites you toMED-EL Corporation at the Westin Kierland. Appetizers and meet the poster presenters and discussMedtronic Surgical Technologies beverages will be provided. the latest in their clinical and researchMerz Aesthetics/Radiesse Voice material. Beverages will be served during Lunches in the Exhibit HallMicroline Surgical, Inc. the reception which will be followed by (included in registration fee) the closing party.Ministry Health Care Thursday, January 24th and Saturday,OmniGuide January 26th Closing Party (included in registration fee)Reliance Lunch will be available in the exhibit hall/ Saturday, January 26th - 6:30 pmStryker poster area, giving you an additional Enjoy food, beverages and relaxedSynthes Anspach opportunity to visit with exhibitors and conversation with other attendees, learn about the latest technology and colleagues and friends at the conclusionVision-Sciences, Inc. products available as well as time to of this great meeting. This is yourXoran Technologies network with your colleagues. last chance to network so be sure to take advantage of your final night in Scottsdale. 5
  6. 6. HOTEL, TRAVEL AND AREA INFORMATION Air Transportation Special meeting discounts are available on American Airlines.  These special discounts are available by calling American directly atHOTE L INFOR M ATION and Kierland Quarter shopping areas, 800-433-1790 from 6:00 am to midnightThe Westin Kierland Resort fitness center access and a special CST.  Be sure to indicate the name of the6902 East Greenway Parkway   welcome gift. meeting and refer to the authorizationScottsdale, AZ 85254 Online reservations are encouraged. You code A2113BN to obtain special fares.P: 480-624-1000 may make your reservation online by This discount can be booked online*Email: going to the Triological Society Website at at for AA/AE and booking directly only, without a ticketing charge. *Drop theRoom Reservation Deadline: through the Westin group reservation preceding A from the authorization codeDecember 21, 2012 website. Please follow the link from the when booking online.All meeting events will take place at 2013 Combined Sections Meetings pagethe Westin Kierland Resort, a AAA Four to ensure you receive the discounted Ground TransportationDiamond Resort, located in the middle group rate. Taxi: Service from Sky Harbor Internationalof a 730-acre planned community. The Airport is approximately $50 one way and Phone: Call 480-624-1000 and referenceresort and surrounding community features will take approximately 30-35 minutes. “The Triological Society” Meeting to receiveaccommodations that will sooth and Arriving guests can find a taxi curbside the discounted rate. stimulate, a full-service spa, championship outside the baggage claim areas (all are All reservations must be accompanied by north curbside)golf, award-winning dining and shopping all a major credit card and one night’s roomwithin walking distance of your hotel room. Shared Ride Shuttle: SuperShuttle offers and tax deposit. Reservations must beEach guest room features a private balcony convenient and affordable shared van cancelled at least 72 hours prior to theor terrace, a Westin Heavenly Bath with airport transfers 24 hours per day, 7 days scheduled arrival in order to receive a fullseparate tub and shower, dual showerhead per week. Vans depart every 15 minutes refund for the deposit.and spa amenities as well as the signature from 9am – 9pm at the North curbsideWestin Heavenly Bed, flat-screen LCD from terminal 2 and 3 and from the North RESERVATION DEADLINE or South curbside at terminal 4. Fortelevision, weekday newspaper delivery, Reservations must be made by December 21,high speed internet, mini bar, in-room safe, reservations call 602-244-9000. 2012 to be eligible for the group rate ofhair dryer and complimentary Heavenly $265. Reservations made after this date Limousine Service: Available throughRobes. or when the contracted room block has Transtyle Transportation, the officialThe resort also features a heated adult been filled are subject to rate and space Limousine company of the Kierland Resort.pool, full service fitness center, tennis availability. A one way sedan will cost approximatelycourts and an adventure water park with We encourage you to make your $55 plus gratuity and can be arranged by900 foot lazy river and a 110-foot-long reservations early as the conference rate calling Transtyle directly at (800) 410-5479waterslide. If you are bringing your family is based on availability. The Triological or filling out the online request form atthe “OK Corral” will provide hours of Society is legally bound to fill our room http://www.kierlandresort.comactivities to include lawn chess, basketball, block. Staying at the Westin Kierland Car Rental: Special meeting rates andgame tables, and RC Car Race Tracks. Resort helps the Society avoid paying costly discounts are available through Avis. To attrition penalties. We appreciate your receive these special rates and discounts,GROUP RATE: $265.00 per night plus assistance. mention your Avis Worldwide Discountapplicable state and local taxes for Single/Double occupancy. An additional charge of (AWD) number (B169699). TR AV EL INF ORMATION To make a reservation, call or visit the Avis$50 per night for each additional person 18years of age or older will apply. website at 1-800-331-1600 or Airport Location: resort charge of $19 in addition to the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport isroom rate includes unlimited guestroom located approximately 30 minutes from the Driving Directions: Contact the hotelinternet access, local and long distance Westin Kierland Resort. concierge at 480-624-1000 or visit thecalls, shuttle access to Kierland Commons hotel website at http://www.kierlandresort.com6
  7. 7. RESORT AND AREA ACTIVITIES contact should they need this service. The processing fee for all refunds. concierge can be found in the hotel lobbyWestin Kierland Services and Activities: Registration Substitution: Meeting attendee or by calling 480-624-1000.Agave Spa at the Westin Kierland substitution from one attendee to another Area Shopping and Dining is not permitted.The Agave Spa is located just steps from the Guests of the Resort may enjoy a shortresort along a shaded walkway lined with Security: Badges must be worn to gain walk or a complimentary shuttle to Kierlandcitrus trees, and through a small meditation entry into the exhibit hall, educational Commons where you will be able to choosearea. The spa features 20 treatment rooms, sessions and all events. We appreciate from 13 restaurants with cuisine ranginga full-service salon, a weight training and your cooperation. from French to Southwestern, and overcardio studio, a quiet lap pool, and a 70 high end retailers. A list of restaurants Special Assistance: If you require specialwhirlpool, sauna and steam room in both the and shops can be found at: http://www. accommodations while attending thismen’s and women’s locker rooms. Details, meeting or have any special needsinformation on pricing and appointments are restrictions, please contact Sarah Cohen,available through the website: http://www. Located within 1/2 mile of the resort is American College of Surgeons at the Scottsdale Quarter, a shopping dining 5293 or and entertainment destination. For a list ofThe Kierland Golf Club options, visit: http://www.scottsdalequarter. Dress Code: Business attire is required forThe Kierland Golf Club features three com. all presenters. Business casual attire is18-hole comminutes comprised of appropriate for all scientific sessions andchampionship style nines – each with its Area Adventures events.own flavor and strategy. The courses were The following adventures can be arrangeddesigned by Scott Miller, formerly a senior through the Westin Kierland Concierge by Photography: Photographs for exclusivedesigner for Jack Nicklaus. Each of the calling 480-624-1000 or by visiting http:// use by the Triological Society will be takenthree nines was named after indigenous and completing an during the 2013 Combined Sectionsplant life found on the course, Acacia, information form. Meeting. These photographs may beIronwood and Mesquite. For additional used in Society educational, news, or • Jeep/Hummer/ATV Toursinformation and to book a tee time visit promotional materials. Photographs may • The Grand Canyon Experiencethe Kierland website at http://www. be used in print, electronic or other media. • Horseback Submissions to The Laryngoscope: • Hot Air Ballooningexperience/ or call 480-922-9283 Submitting authors have agreed at the time There are many tour companies to chooseKierland Tennis of abstract submission that the material from and prices will vary.Play day or night on lighted hard tennis has not been submitted for publication,courts, Palmer Court and Emmons Court. Scottsdale Area Activities published or presented previously at anotherRental racquets in both adult and child sizes • Taliesin West: national or international meeting and isavailable. Tennis court and equipment rental not under consideration for presentation atare included in Resort Services Charge. • Desert Botanical Gardens: another national or international meeting. The penalty for simultaneous submission/Children’s Programs and Babysitting • The Phoenix Zoo: publication is prohibition from presenting atThe Westin Kids Club is open year-round a Triological or COSM meeting for a period ofand run by the award-winning FUN team. • Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary three years. It is required that all abstracts/The Kids Club is available for children age Art: papers accepted for oral presentation be4-12. Kids can enjoy swimming, scavenger For additional information go to the submitted for review to the Editor of Thehunts, tours of the hotel, movies, video Scottsdale Visitor’s Bureau at http://www. Laryngoscope. The Society retains thegames, soccer, tennis and much more. For first right of refusal to publish any paperadditional information please call 408-624- presented as a podium or poster presentation1268 or visit the Kierland website. POLICIES at a Triological Society Meeting, therefore,Babysitting is arranged directly with private Refunds: Requests for refund of poster authors seeking publication of poster(outside), babysitting agencies, which are registration and guest passport fees must material must submit to The Laryngoscope.not affiliated with the Westin Kierland be made in writing by or before January 6, The deadline for submission of manuscriptsResort and Spa. The hotel concierge 2013. Email to The Laryngoscope editorial office ishas a list of local agencies for guests to or fax 402-346-5300. There is a $50 January 10, 2013. 7
  8. 8. IMPORTAN T DATES THE TRIOLOGICAL SOCIETYDecember 21, 2012: Hotel reservation deadline C/O A merican C ollege of S urgeonsJanuary 6, 2013: Last day to request and receive a refund C lient S ervicesJanuary 10, 2013: Deadline for submission of 633 N. S aint C lair Stmanuscripts to The Laryngoscope editorial officeJanuary 14, 2013: Meeting registration deadline C hicago , IL 60611W ho to C ontactMeeting and Event Registration: Marsha Holbert,Triological Society, 402-346-5500, marsha@triological.orgHotel/Housing, Special Needs and Logistical Questions:Sarah Cohen, American College of Surgeons,312-202-5293, scohen@facs.orgCME Information: Gail Binderup, Triological Society,402-346-5500, gail@triological.orgExhibits/Marketing Opportunities: Laura Page, AmericanCollege of Surgeons, 312-202-5034, lpage@facs.orgFor the Latest Information: The meeting schedule issubject to change. For the latest information and sessiondescriptions, visit R egistration o p ens O ctober 1 5 at w w w. triological . org J a n u a r y 2 4 - 2 6 , 2 0 1 3 • W e s t i n K i e r l a n d R e s o r t • S c o t t s d a l e , AZ C ombined S ections M eeting T h e T riological S ociety