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ARS Summer Sinus Symposium

Aired on 7.14.2017
$50.00
ARS Summer Sinus Symposium

Watch the 6th Annual ARS Summer Sinus Symposium from July 14-16.
Register now to watch the symposium live from your office or home. This is a superb meeting and for all general otolaryngologists who see patients with nasal and sinus disorders. 

The ARS Summer Sinus Symposium in Washington, DC promises to be an exciting, highly educational program that brings together interested otolaryngologists in one forum to discuss all aspects of rhinology and the impact these issues have on patient care in your practice. National leaders in rhinology will lead discussions of pertinent clinical issues that affect all otolaryngologists practicing rhinology.

The stream will be live from July 14-16.

For the complete program and more info from the ARS site:

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Watch the 6th Annual ARS Summer Sinus Symposium from July 14-16.
Register now to watch the symposium live from your office or home. This is a superb meeting and for all general otolaryngologists who see patients with nasal and sinus disorders. 

The ARS Summer Sinus Symposium in Washington, DC promises to be an exciting, highly educational program that brings together interested otolaryngologists in one forum to discuss all aspects of rhinology and the impact these issues have on patient care in your practice. National leaders in rhinology will lead discussions of pertinent clinical issues that affect all otolaryngologists practicing rhinology.

The stream will be live from July 14-16.


Directors & Faculty

Directors

Greg Davis, M.D., M.P.H.

Greg E. Davis, M.D., M.P.H., is currently an associate professor of otolaryngology at the University of Washington. He is the director of rhinology and endoscopic skull base surgery. Dr. Davis earned his medical degree from the University of Washington's School of Medicine, then completed a seven year residency in otolaryngology - head and neck surgery at the University of Washington. During his residency, he completed a two year clinical research fellowship where he earned his Master's in Public Health, a degree when he focused on clinical trial design and management, biostatistics, and epidemiology. After residency, he traveled to Adelaide Australia and spent additional time training with P.J. Wormald, a world-renowned rhinologist.

Marc Dubin, MD, FACS

Marc G. Dubin, M.D., F.A.C.S. is a board certified Otolaryngologist-Head and Neck Surgeon (Ear Nose and Throat Doctor/Surgeon) who specializes in disease of the nose and sinuses (sinusitis).  His practice is located at Ear Nose and Throat Associates at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) in Towson, the premier ENT practice in Baltimore. 
 
Dr. Dubin practices the full range of adult and pediatric ENT.  His past and present research centers on complex diseases of the nose and sinuses, particular revision sinus surgery, sinusitis with polyps, frontal sinus disease and tumors of the nose and sinuses.  He is the Co-Director of the Minimally Invasive Pituitary and Anterior Skull Base Center at GBMC.

 

Doug Reh, MD

Dr. Douglas Reh's practice covers the expanse of sinonasal disorders including sinusitis, nasal polyps, and sinonasal tumors as well as the endoscopic resection of anterior and middle fossa skull base tumors. Dr. Reh's clinical interests concentrate on endonasal, endoscopic approaches to skull base tumors and the repair of cerebrospinal fluid leaks. His research focuses on outcomes of endoscopic skull base surgery and intracranial pressure monitoring in patients with spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid leaks. He also collaborates with epidemiologists at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to investigate the effects of second-hand tobacco smoke on sinusitis.


Additional Faculty

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