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56th ANNUAL FALL MEETING
of the

AMERICAN NEUROTOLOGY SOCIETY 
WILL BE VIRTUAL

Friday, September 24th and Saturday, September 25, 2021

"Fab Friday"
September 24 - 2:00 PM - 8:00 PM E.T.

"Super Saturday"
September 25 - 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM E.T.

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN JULY 5th

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!  We will kick off the ANS Fall meeting on Friday, September 24 (late afternoon ET, exact time TBD) and Saturday mid-morning ET, September 25, 2021. 

We promise to deliver another spectacular, cutting edge program that you have come to expect from ANS Super Saturday! Information will be posted here in the coming weeks regarding registration and program details. 

Please see below for the Call for Papers for each of the following study groups. 

  • THIRD WINDOW STUDY GROUP
  • FACIAL NERVE STUDY GROUP
  • STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY STUDY GROUP
  • WILLIAM HOUSE COCHLEAR IMPLANT STUDY GROUP

THIRD WINDOW STUDY GROUP
The ANS is pleased to continue its fourth study group to the Fall Super Saturday meeting - Diagnosis, Evaluation, and Management of the (Inner Ear) Third Window Syndrome. Abstracts on topics such as superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome, perilymphatic fistula, and other otic capsule dehiscence problems will be accepted. Abstracts will be accepted between May 27th and June 21, 2021 for 5-minute presentations of challenging cases or clinical studies. The study group format will be abstract presentations followed by panel discussion. Please submit all abstracts to Dr. John Carey at [email protected] and Dr. Gerard Gianoli at [email protected] by Monday, June 21st. Don’t forget to include a title, submitting author's full name, designation, and email. Please limit abstract to 125 words or less; abstract must be in Microsoft WORD format please, no pdf's.
John Carey, MD & Gerard Gianoli MD, Coordinators

12th ANNUAL FACIAL NERVE STUDY GROUP
Abstracts will be accepted for 5-minute Facial Nerve study group case presentations followed by discussion between May 27th and June 21, 2021. The abbreviated abstracts should include a title AND clinical presentation only. The format is an "unknown" or "complicated" case presentation. Please submit all abstracts to Dr. John Leonetti, [email protected] and Dr. Yuri Agrawal, [email protected] by Monday, June 21st. Don’t forget to include a title, submitting author's full name, designation, and email.  Please limit abstract to 125 words or less; abstract must be in Microsoft WORD format please, no pdf's. 
John P. Leonetti, MD & Yuri Agrawal, MD, Coordinators 

STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY STUDY GROUP
The 16th Annual Stereotactic Radiosurgery Study Group meeting will be comprised of three invited presentations followed by interesting case studies and discussion. We are fortunate to have secured our first outstanding speaker who is an international icon in Stereotactic Radiosurgery Radiation Physics  Mr. Ian Paddick (Queen Square Radiosurgery Centre, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London) will present “Treatment Planning for Vestibular Schwannomas: Use of the Conformity and Gradient Index to Quantify Treatment Plan Quality.”
This is a "Call for Papers" for case studies, small case series and featured presentations. Abstracts will be accepted between June 1, 2021 and July 5, 2021 for 5 minute SRS SG case presentations followed by discussion. The abbreviated abstracts should include a title AND clinical presentation only. The format may be an "unknown" or "complicated" case or case series presentation. 
Please submit all abstracts to P. Ashley Wackym, MD at [email protected] by Monday, July 5th.|
Abstracts must include submitting author's full name, designation, email, and mailing address. Please limit abstract to 125 words or less; abstract must be in Microsoft WORD format please — no PDFs. 
P. Ashley Wackym, MD, Coordinator

WILLIAM HOUSE COCHLEAR IMPLANT STUDY GROUP
Please plan to attend the 37th gathering of the WHCISG as a part of the “Super Saturday” events during the ANS 56th Annual Fall meeting. Difficult/interesting/unusual cases that illustrate novel concepts or management dilemmas are encouraged for presentation and discussion during the first hour. I encourage you all to submit your interesting or perplexing cases to [email protected]  and [email protected]no later than Friday, July 16th, 2021.
Craig A. Buchman, MD, Coordinator; ANS President, 2021-2022