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2013 Otolaryngology Grand Rounds

Nov
14

Acoustic Neuroma Radiation Failures: The Evolution of Vestibular Schwannoma Treatment

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Paula Borges, MD
Postdoctoral Medical fellow, Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, Stanford School of Medicine

Oct
24

Otolaryngology Resident Debates

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"Facial Reanimation: Temporalis Sling vs. Gracilis"
PRO: David Chang, MD vs. CON: Arash Shahangian, MD, Ph.D.
Residents, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

"Melanoma Debate"
PRO: Elizabeth Zambricki, MD vs.CON: Jennifer Alyono, MD
Residents, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

Oct
17

The Final Step: The Management of Laryngeal Stenosis

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Peter Koltai, MD
Professor of Otolaryngology & Pediatrics, Stanford School of Medicine; President, Medical Staff, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital

Oct
10

An Update on Outcomes of Sinus Surgery: the good, the not so good, and the ugly

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Timothy Smith, MD
Professor OHSU, ARS President – Elect

Oct
03

Facial Reanimation: Current concepts and Controversies

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Jeffrey R. Marcus MD FAAP FACS
Associate Vice-Chair of Surgery, Pediatric Affairs Surgical Director, Duke Children's Hospital, Director, Duke Cleft and Craniofacial Program

Sep
19

Diagnosis in allergy: How to know when your test is lying to you

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Sean McGhee, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics - Immunology and Allergy, Stanford School of Medicine

Sep
12

Post Research Rotation Talks

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Arash Shahangian, MD
Resident, Otolaryngology Department, Stanford School of Medicine

Stuart Ginn, MD
Resident, Otolaryngology Department, Stanford School of Medicine

Sep
05

Pediatric cochlear implants, Learning preservation and the Canadian Perspective

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Josèe Paradis, MD
Pediatric Fellow, Otolaryngology - Stanford School of Medicine

Jun
20

International Medical Interventions and Global Health Education: Ethnographic Perspectives from Haiti and San Francisco

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Pierre Minn, PhD
Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Anthropology, History and Social Medicine; UCSF

Jun
06

Resident Quality Improvement Projects

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"Atraumatic Chemical Cochleostomy"
Jennifer Alyono, MD
PGY2 (advisee of Tony Ricci, PhD), Stanford School of Medicine

“Safe reduction of hospital stay following cervical lymphadenectomy”
Arash Shahangian, MD
PGY3, Stanford School of Medicine

“Development and implementation of a secure, cloud-based system to support care coordination and continuity in the inpatient setting.”
Stuart Ginn, MD
PGY3, Stanford School of Medicine

May
16

Readmission versus mission: Can you care for the very sick and not get hit with Medicare readmission penalty?

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Stefanos Zenios, PhD
Charles A. Holloway Professor of Operations, Information and Technology Professor of Health Care Management Professor of Bioengineering (by courtesy), Department of Bioengineering, Schools of Medicine & Engineering, Stanford School of Medicine

Constantia Petrou, PhD, MBA
CEO, Konnectology.com

May
09

History of Cancer Stem Cells

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Aggie Janisiewicz, MD
Chief Resident, Otolaryngology, Stanford Hospital & Clinics

May
02

Pre-Research Talks

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"Quality Improvement Project: A Standardized Bedside Surgical Airway Form"
Duncan Meiklejohn, MD
Resident, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

"Reinventing the Tracheostomy"
Elizabeth Zambricki, MD
Resident, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

Apr
18

Hpv-associated oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma: Past, present and future

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Gabe Tsao, MD
Chief Resident, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

Mar
21

Otolaryngology Resident Debates

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"All children should have a polysomnogram prior to T&A performed for the indication of OSA"
PRO: David Chang, MD vs. CON: JoAnn Czechowicz, MD
Residents, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

"A 50 year-old man with a T2N1 SCC of the tonsil should be treated with chemotherapy and radiation therapy alone."
PRO: Paula Borges, MD vs.CON: Duncan Meiklejohn, MD
Residents, Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine

Mar
14

Bacterial biofilms: From lab bench to our sinus patients

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Alkis Psaltis, MD
Otology Clinical Instructor,Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery (ENT), Stanford School of Medicine

Feb
21

"Things I wished I had known…"

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Willard Fee, Jr., MD
Edward C. and Amy H. Sewall Professor II in the School of Medicine, Emeritus, Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery (ENT), Stanford Cancer Institute, Richard Goode, MD, Professor, Emeritus, Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery (ENT), Stanford School of Medicine

Feb
14

Modern Mastoid Surgery - Obliteration technique

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Peter Santa Maria, MD, PhD
Neurotology Instructor, Department of Otolaryngology, Stanford School of Medicine