1. President's Lecture: "The Voice: A Uniquely Human Instrument"


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    Ted Mau, M.D., Ph.D., a nationallly recognized expert on voice disorders, offered a behind-the-scenes tour of the apparatus responsible for verbal communication on November 6, 2014. Dr. Mau, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and Director of the Clinical Center for Voice Care at UT Southwestern Medical Center, discussed what can go wrong with this fascinating organ and how otolaryngologists and speech language pathologists can restore vocal health.

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    • Otolaryngology with Maie A. St. John, MD, PhD


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      Maie A. St. John, MD, PhD Associate Professor-in-Residence Department of Head and Neck Surgery Learn more about Mini Med School at http://uclahealth.org/MiniMedSchool

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      • History of Otolaryngology at the University of Kansas Medical Center


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        The history of the outstanding and nationally ranked Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Kansas Medical Center

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        • Aydin Talishinskiy MD, PhD from Azerbaijan got the First Place on Otorhinolaryngology Congress in Brasil /June 1-5, Sao Paolo/


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          http://www.echo-az.com/archive/2009_09/2129/obshestvo07.shtml AzTV 2009

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          • Is HPV Increasing Risk for Head and Neck Cancers?


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            Dr. Jeffrey Houlton is an otolaryngology surgical oncologist - also known as Head and Neck cancer – at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) and the University of Washington Medical Center. Traditionally, head and neck cancers have been difficult to treat due to the invasive nature of the treatments. However, the changes occurring are extremely positive: cancers that are linked to risky behavior are decreasing, an HPV vaccine is indicative of future health policies, and, due to improved reconstructive surgical techniques, patient quality of life has dramatically improved. Dr. Houlton is excited to be a part of head and neck cancer medicine because treatments are “well suited to get good outcomes for patients and are only going to improve in the future.”

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            • Otitis Media: Antibiotics?


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              Dan Paluchowski, MD Department of Emergency Medicine Hennepin County Medical Center

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              • Aydin Talishinskiy MD, PhD - Specialist in Otorhinolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery from Azerbaijan


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                Azerbaijan Televison's "Health" program is about young sergeon and scientist Dr. Aydin Talishinskiy MD, PhD - Winner of the World Congress in Otorhinolaryngology

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                • headmirror.com: Tracheotomy


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                  www.headmirror.com Your centralized otolaryngology resource.

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                  • Better Living with Liz Walker "Lessons – Thyroid Disease"


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                    A segment about thyroid disease which aired on the "Lessons" show September 25 on WCVB-TV Channel 5 Boston: Millions of people in this country, most of them are women, suffer from thyroid disease. But as common as this disorder is, there is still much confusion about it. That is why Better Living Producer Stacey Thureen decided to share her own story with a thyroid disorder from discovery to treatment. To learn more about thyroid disease click here http://www.thyroid.org.

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                    • Ep. 57 What makes vibrato?


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                      In this episode, Sara answer's a viewer's question about how vibrato is created. For this episode, we've consulted Dr. James Burns, a Doctor of Otolaryngology and a laryngeal surgeon at Massachusetts General's Center for Laryngeal Surgery and Voice Rehabilitation in Boston, MA. For more information on Dr. Burns, visit http://www2.massgeneral.org/voicecenter/staff/burns.htm.

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