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					The PENN International Rhinology
and Skull Base Dissection Course LIVE
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March 10–12, 2011                                   Sponsored by:



The Westin Philadelphia
                                                    Presented by:
                                                    Departments of Otorhinolaryngology:
                                                    Head and Neck Surgery and Neurosurgery


                                                    Executive Course Director (ORL-HNS CME):
                                                    James N. Palmer, MD
                                                    Penn Distinguished
                                                    Skull Base Professorship:
                                                    Theodore H. Schwartz, MD
                                                    Weill Cornell Medical College
                                                    Heinz Stammberger, MD
                                                    Medical University of Graz, Austria

                                                    Course Co-Directors:
                                                    Bert W. O’Malley, Jr., MD
                                                    David W. Kennedy, MD
                                                    Noam A. Cohen, MD, PhD
                                                    M. Sean Grady, MD
                                                    John Y.K. Lee, MD
                                                    Guest Faculty
                                                    Alexander G. Chiu, MD
                                                    University of Arizona
                                                    Costas G. Hadjipanayis, MD, PhD
                                                    Emory University
                                                    Bradley Marple, MD
                                                    University of Texas Southwestern
                                                    Piero Nicolai, MD
                                                    University of Brescia, Italy
FEATURING: Distinguished Skull Base Professorship   Rodney J. Schlosser, MD
                                                    Medical University of South Carolina
Executive Course Director (ORL-HNS CME)
James N. Palmer, MD
Associate Professor
                                                     Piero Nicolai, MD
                                                     Professor and Chairman
                                                     Department of Otorhinolaryngology
                                                     University of Brescia, Italy
                                                                                                         Course Information
Director, Division of Rhinology
Department of Otorhinolaryngology–                   Vijay Ramakrishnan, MD
Head and Neck Surgery
University of Pennsylvania Health System
                                                     Assistant Professor
                                                     Department of Otorhinolaryngology                   Target Audience
                                                     University of Colorado, Denver, CO                  This program is designed for otorhinolaryngologists, medical
Course Co-Directors                                  Rodney J. Schlosser, MD                             rhinologists, neurosurgeons, and other related health care
University of Pennsylvania Health System             Professor                                           professionals such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
                                                     Department of Otorhinolaryngology:
                                                                                                         Course Overview
Bert W. O’Malley, Jr., MD
Gabriel Tucker Professor and Chair                   Head and Neck Surgery
Department of Otorhinolaryngology –                  Medical University of South Carolina
Head and Neck Surgery                                Charleston, SC                                      This comprehensive three-day continuing medical education program
David W. Kennedy, MD                                 Jeffrey Suh, MD                                     in Rhinology and Skull Base Surgery features an outstanding national
Rhinology Professor                                  Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery          and international faculty. The course focuses on medical and surgical
Department of Otorhinolaryngology –                  Division of Head and Neck Surgery
Head and Neck Surgery                                (Otolaryngology)                                    advances in the management of sino-nasal disease and skull base
Noam A. Cohen, MD, PhD
                                                     UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, CA            disorders. There will be specific emphasis on the frontal and sphenoid
Assistant Professor                                  Eugenia M. Vining, MD                               sinuses, chronic rhinosinusitus, skull base surgery, medical therapy,
Director, Rhinology Research Laboratory              Clinical Instructor, Department of Otolaryngology   image guidance and powered instrumentation and endoscopic
Department of Otorhinolaryngology –                  Yale University School of Medicine
Head and Neck Surgery                                Associate Chief of Otolaryngology                   management of benign and malignant skull base tumors. Difficult
Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center         St. Raphael’s Hospital, New Haven, CT               cases, prevention, diagnosis and management of complications
M. Sean Grady, MD                                    Kevin C. Welch, MD                                  arising from sinus disease and skull base surgery will be reviewed.
Charles Harrison Frazier Professor and Chair,        Assistant Professor                                 Once again we are excited to offer live surgery at the course! Live
Department of Neurosurgery                           Department of Otolaryngology –
                                                     Head and Neck Surgery                               surgical cases will be telecasted to the Penn Surgical Theatre where
John Y.K. Lee, MD                                                                                        participants will be able to interact with Drs. Kennedy and Palmer
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosurgery      Loyola University Medical Center, Maywood, IL
                                                     Bradford Woodworth, MD                              while they are operating. Additionally, demonstration cadaver
Penn Distinguished                                   Assistant Professor                                 dissections will be presented by Drs. Stammberger and Schwartz using
Skull Base Professorship:
                                                     Department of Otorhinolaryngology –                 powered instrumentation and stereotactic surgical navigation systems.
                                                     Head and Neck Surgery
Theodore H. Schwartz, MD                             University of Alabama at Birmingham                 The course also offers a cadaver dissection laboratory for hands-on
Professor of Neurosurgery                            Birmingham, AL                                      experience with powered instrumentation, drills and image-guidance
Otolaryngology, Neurology & Neuroscience                                                                 systems at every station. A special highlight of the program is the
Department of Neurosurgery
Weill Cornell Medical College
                                                     PENN Course Faculty                                 Distinguished Skull Base Professorship, featuring the lectures and
                                                     Nithin Adappa, MD                                   dissections presented by Drs. Schwartz and Stammberger.
New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY         Rhinology Fellow
Heinz Stammberger, MD
Professor and Head
                                                     Department of Otorhinolaryngology –
                                                     Head and Neck Surgery                               Objectives
Department of General ENT                            University of Pennsylvania Health System            Upon completion of the course participants should be able to:
Head and Neck Surgery                                Michelle Alonso-Basanta, MD, PhD
Medical University of Graz, Austria                  Helen Blum Assistant Professor                      Lectures:
                                                     Department of Radiation Oncology                    • Describe the role, benefits and limitations of image-guidance sino-
Distinguished Visiting Faculty                       University of Pennsylvania Health System
                                                     Kevin D. Judy, MD
                                                                                                           nasal surgery
Rakesh Chandra, MD                                   Associate Professor,
                                                                                                         • Discuss endoscopic approaches to the frontal and sphenoid sinuses
Assistant Professor                                  Department of Neurosurgery                          • Identify the anatomy of the paranasal sinuses and recognize indications
Department of Otolaryngology –                       University of Pennsylvania Health System              for endoscopic surgery
Head and Neck Surgery
Northwestern University                              James Kearney, MD                                   • Formulate strategies and solutions to manage “difficult to manage
Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL             Associate Professor                                   sino-nasal disease”
                                                     Department of Otorhinolaryngology –                 • Review complications of sinus surgery and their proper management
Alexander G. Chiu, MD                                Head and Neck Surgery
Professor, Department of Surgery                     Pennsylvania Hospital, University of                • Identify strategies to treat benign and malignant lesions of the skull base
Chief, Division of Otolaryngology –
Head and Neck Surgery
                                                     Pennsylvania Health System
                                                     Laurie Loevner, MD
                                                                                                         Laboratory:
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ                                                                        • Perform routine nasal endoscopy for the diagnosis of sino-nasal disease
                                                     Professor of Radiology,
Satish Govindaraj, MD                                Otorhinolaryngology – Head and Neck                 • Describe proper endoscopic instrument handling and surgical
Assistant Professor                                  Surgery and Neurosurgery
Department of Otolaryngology                                                                               techniques
                                                     University of Pennsylvania Health System
Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY                                                                 • Perform techniques involved in traditional and powered
                                                     Jason G. Newman, MD                                   sphenoethmoidectomy
Costas G. Hadjipanayis, MD, PhD                      Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor, Chief of Neurosurgery Service   Department of Otorhinolaryngology –                 • Discuss intricacies of image-guided endoscopic sinus surgery
Department of Neurosurgery                           Head and Neck Surgery                               • Identify difficult and critical areas of paranasal sinuses
Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA     University of Pennsylvania Health System            • Practice various frontal sinus approaches and describe
Alexis H. Jackman, MD                                Jeremy Reed, MD                                       their technical implementation
Assistant Professor                                  Rhinology Fellow
Department of Otorhinolaryngology –                  Department of Otorhinolaryngology –                 • Perform techniques in endoscopic skull base surgery including clival,
Head and Neck Surgery                                Head and Neck Surgery                                 pituitary, anterior cranial fossa, and infratemporal fossa approaches
Albert Einstein School of Medicine/
                                                                                                         Accreditation
                                                     University of Pennsylvania Health System
Montefiore Medical Center, New York, NY
                                                     Michael B. Siegel, MD
Jivianne Lee, MD                                     Director, Siegel and Bosworth ENT Center            The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine is accredited by the
Orange County Sinus Center, Placentia, CA            Rockville, MD
                                                                                                         Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to
John Lee, MD                                         Phillip (Jay) Storm, MD
Assistant Professor                                  Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery                 provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Department of Otolaryngology –
Head and Neck Surgery
University of Toronto, Canada
                                                     Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
                                                     Erica R. Thaler, MD                                 Designation of Credit
                                                     Professor                                           The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine designates this
Bradley Marple, MD                                   Department of Otorhinolaryngology –                 educational activity for a maximum of 25 AMA PRA Category 1
Professor and Vice Chairman                          Head and Neck Surgery
Department of Otolaryngology –                       University of Pennsylvania Health System            Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with
Head and Neck Surgery                                Lawrence W. C. Tom, MD                              the extent of their participation in the activity.
University of Texas Southwestern, Dallas, TX         Associate Professor                                     • Rhinology Lecture Only ................18.0 credits
Jayakar Nayak, MD, PHD                               Department of Otorhinolaryngology –                     • Rhinology Group 1.........................21.5 credits
Assistant Professor                                  Head and Neck Surgery
Otolaryngology (Head and Neck Surgery)               University of Pennsylvania and                          • Rhinology Group 2 .................. 25.0 credits
Stanford University, Stanford, CA                    Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia                     • Neurosurgeons ....................... 21.5 credits
Disclosures
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Office of Continuing Medical
Education, adheres to the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support.
Faculty disclosure information will be made available in the conference
materials and syllabi. Faculty members are also expected to disclose to
participants any discussions of off-label and/or investigational uses of
pharmaceutical products within their presentations.

Course Registration
It is strongly recommended that you register early for this program.
Registration is limited due to seating capacity in the surgical theatre and
number of stations in the hands-on laboratory.
All registrations will be confirmed via email. If you do not receive
a confirmation please email Cathy.Lafferty@uphs.upenn.edu or
phone 215-349-5382.

Early Registration Discount:
The following registration rates apply to all registration payments received by
January 15, 2011. After that date all fees increase by $100.
                                                                                    The Westin Philadelphia
Early Registration Fees:                                                            99 South 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 • 215-563-1600
Rhinology Lecture Only • $900 Physicians / $700 Residents                           All lecture portions of this course will be held at one of the city’s finest hotels.
• All lectures, live surgery and demo-dissections (no hands-on lab)                 Situated in the heart of a city rich with history, the Westin Philadelphia
                                                                                    elegantly enhances its desirable Rittenhouse Square address with comfort
Rhinology Lab Group 1 • $1650 Physicians / $1300 Residents                          and style. Upscale shops, award-winning restaurants, the theater district and
• 1 Lab Session (Lab B or other as available),                                      historic attractions are all within walking distance from the hotel’s front
  all lectures, live surgery and demo-dissections                                   door in this premiere downtown location. Amenities include the trademark
Rhinology Group 2 • $2150 Physicians / $1700 Residents                              Heavenly Bed®, marble bathrooms, plasma television and CD player, honor
• 2 Lab Sessions (Labs B and C),                                                    bar, guest voicemail, digital safe, wireless internet access, 24-hour business
  all lectures, live surgery and demo-dissections                                   center, and the Westin Workout Center. The hotel is located at 99 South 17th
                                                                                    Street at Liberty Place, just 8 miles from Philadelphia International Airport
Neurosurgeons • $2150 Physicians / $1700 Residents                                  and one mile from Amtrak’s 30th Street Station. For driving directions please
• 2 Lab Sessions (Labs A and B),                                                    visit the website: http://www.starwoodhotels.com/westin/property/area/
  all lectures and demo-dissections                                                 directions.html?propertyID=1231
(Nurses, physician’s assistants, and other allied health care professional may      Hotel parking ranges from $29/day/self to $35/day/valet and $33 overnight/
register at the Resident rate.)Course tuition fees include continental break-       self to $45 overnight/valet (subject to change). Parking fees are slightly less
fast each day, lunches, refreshment breaks, course reception, all course and        on weekends. The parking fee is not covered by the course..
laboratory (if applicable) materials, as well as transportation to and from
the University of Pennsylvania for live surgery, demonstration dissections,
and hands-on laboratory portions of the program.
                                                                                    Hotel Accommodations at The Westin Philadelphia
                                                                                    Rooms are available Wednesday, March 9, 2011 through Saturday,
PLEASE NOTE: There is limited space for all hands-on laboratories.                  March 12, 2011 at a special rate of $199.00 per night (Deluxe King) plus
Neurosurgeons and Rhinology Lab Group 2 registrants (double lab) will be            tax (currently 15.2%). Reservations may be made directly by calling the
assigned labs first. Rhinology Lab Group 1 registrants (single lab) will be         Hotel’s Reservation Department at 1-888-627-8153. You may also
assigned to Lab B (Saturday morning) on a first come basis as space permits;        register online at: www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/pennrhin.
once the Saturday morning lab is filled you may be offered a lab space in another   Please be sure to reference The University of Pennsylvania Rhinology/Skull
time slot (Friday morning or Saturday afternoon) based on availability.             Base Course when making your hotel reservation. Please book your room
Course Cancellation Policy
                                                                                    no later that Monday, February 7, 2011. After the cutoff date, reservations
                                                                                    will be accepted on a space and rate availability basis only.
The University of Pennsylvania reserves the right to cancel or postpone
the course due to unforeseen circumstances. In the event of cancellation
or postponement by the University, the University will refund conference
                                                                                    Nondiscrimination Statement
                                                                                    The University of Pennsylvania values diversity and seeks talented students,
registration fees but is not responsible for any related costs, charges or          faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. The University of Pennsylvania
expenses to participants including cancellation fees assessed by airlines,          does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender
travel agencies and hotels.                                                         identity, religion, color, national or ethnic group, age, status as a Vietnam
If a participant must cancel his/her registration, he or she may receive a          Era Veteran or disabled veteran in the administration of educational
refund if written notification is received by February 11, 2011. Refunds            policies, programs or activities; admissions policies; scholarship and loan
will not be processed after this date. All refunds are subject to a $50.00          awards; athletic or other University administered programs or employment.
cancellation fee. Please fax or email your cancellation notification to Cathy       Questions or complaints regarding this policy should be directed to the
Lafferty, at fax number 215-662-4515 or Cathy.Lafferty@uphs.upenn.edu.              Executive Director, Office of Affirmative Action, Suite 228, Sansom Place
For more information please call 215-349-5382.                                      East, 3600 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6106 or 215-898-6993
                                                                                    (Voice) or 215-898-7803 (TDD).
For More Information:
Contact Cathy Lafferty, Department of Otorhinolaryngology
Phone: 215-349-5382 • Fax: 215-662-4515
                                                                                    Services for the Disabled/Special Arrangements
Email: cathy.lafferty@uphs.upenn.edu
                                                                                    If special arrangements are required for an individual with a disability,
Website: http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/pennorl                                          or for any reason, to attend this meeting please contact Cathy Lafferty at
                                                                                    215-349-5382 or email Cathy.Lafferty@uphs.upenn.edu by February 15, 2011.
Program Schedule
Thursday, March 10, 2011                                          4:20-4:50pm   Frontal Sinus Case Panel
                                                                                James N. Palmer, MD
6:45-7:45am     Course Registration, Continental Breakfast                      Panelists: Piero Nicolai, MD
                & Exhibit Viewing                                                          Vijay Ramakrishnan, MD
                The Westin Ballroom/Pre-Function Area                                      Heinz Stammberger, MD
                                                                                           Jeffrey Suh, MD
7:45-8:00am     Welcome/Announcements
                Bert W. O’Malley, Jr., MD, David W. Kennedy, MD   4:50-5:10pm   Complications Panel
                and James N. Palmer, MD                                         Piero Nicolai, MD
                                                                                Panelists: John Lee, MD
8:00-8:20am     Basic Sinus Anatomy
                                                                                           Jason G. Newman, MD
                Kevin C. Welch, MD
                                                                                           Rodney J. Schlosser, MD
8:20-8:40am     Approaches to the Skull Base:                                              Eugenia M. Vining, MD
                Transcribiform/Transethmoid
                                                                  5:10-5:30pm   Topical Therapies Panel
                James N. Palmer, MD
                                                                                Alexander G. Chiu, MD
8:40-9:00am     Approaches to the Skull Base:                                   Panelists: Satish Govindaraj, MD
                Suprasellar/Clival                                                         Alexis H. Jackman, MD
                John Y.K. Lee, MD                                                          Bradley Marple, MD
9:00-9:20am     Open Approaches to Skull Base                                              Jayakar Nayak, MD, PHD
                Piero Nicolai, MD                                 5:30-6:00pm   Emerging Technologies Panel
9:20-9:40am     Orbital Considerations                                          David W. Kennedy, MD
                Bert W. O’Malley, Jr., MD                                       Panelists: Rakesh Chandra, MD
                                                                                           Jivianne Lee, MD,
9:40-10:10am    BREAK and Exhibit Viewing                                                  Bert W. O’Malley, Jr., MD
10:10-10:30am   Pterygopalatine Fossa and                                                  Heinz Stammberger, MD
                Infratemporal Fossa
                Jason G. Newman, MD                               Neurosurgery Lectures
                                                                  Neurosurgeon Group
10:30-10:50am   Endoscopic Repair CSF Leaks/Encephaloceles
                David W. Kennedy, MD                              1:30-2:00pm   Endoscopic Colloid Cyst Resection
                                                                                Costas G. Hadjipanayis, MD, PhD
10:50-11:10am   Endoscopic Pituitary Surgery
                M. Sean Grady, MD                                 2:00-2:30pm   Endoscopic Third Ventriculostomy and
                                                                                Cyst Fenestration
11:10-11:30am   Flap Closure of Skull Base Defects                              Phillip (Jay) Storm, MD
                Rodney J. Schlosser, MD
                                                                  2:30-3:30pm   Emerging Technology Panel
11:30-12:00pm   Complications of Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery                  A. Three Dimensional Endoscope
                Theodore H. Schwartz, MD                                           Theodore H. Schwartz, MD
12:00-12:30pm   CT/MRI Sinus/Skull Base Cases                                   B. Nico Myriad
                Laurie Loevner, MD                                                 M. Sean Grady, MD
12:30-1:30pm    LUNCH and Exhibit Viewing                                       C. Da Vinci Robot
                                                                                   Jason G. Newman, MD and John Y.K. Lee, MD
Rhinology Lectures                                                3:30-4:00pm   BREAK and Exhibit Viewing
Includes Rhinology Lecture Only and Rhinology Lab Groups 1 & 2    4:00-4:30pm   Endoscopic Resection of Clival Chordoma
1:30-2:00pm     Overview of CRS                                                 John Y.K. Lee, MD
                David W. Kennedy, MD                              4:30-5:00pm   Clival Chordoma: Role of Proton Radiation
2:00-2:30pm     Mechanisms of Disease                                           Michelle Alonso Basanta, MD, PhD
                Noam A. Cohen, MD, PhD                            5:00-6:00pm   Case Panel (craniopharyngioma, anterior skull base
                                                                                meningioma, chordoma)
2:30-3:30pm     Basic Surgical Maneuvers in FESS and CRS
                                                                                John Y.K. Lee, MD
                Case Panel
                                                                                Panelists: M. Sean Grady, MD
                Bradley Marple, MD                                                         Costas G. Hadjipanayis, MD, PhD
                Panelists: Alexander G. Chiu, MD                                           Theodore H. Schwartz, MD
                           Noam A. Cohen, MD, PhD                                          Phillip (Jay) Storm, MD
                           David W. Kennedy, MD
                           James N. Palmer, MD                    Video Session (All Groups)
                           Heinz Stammberger, MD                  6:00-6:30pm   Endoscopic Skull Base Video Session
                           Bradford Woodworth, MD                               Heinz Stammberger, MD
3:30-4:00pm     BREAK and Exhibit Viewing
4:00-4:20pm     Frontal Sinus Anatomy and                         Course Reception
                Endoscopic Approaches                             7:00-9:00pm   Skull Base Professorship Reception
                Heinz Stammberger, MD                                           and Casino Night
Friday, March 11, 2011
6:30-7:10am       Continental Breakfast and Sign-in                          Penn Distinguished Skull Base Professorship
                  Westin Ballroom/Pre-function Area                          1:00-2:00pm    Heinz Stammberger, MD
7:10-7:25am       Transportation for ALL to
                                                                             2:00-3:00 pm   Theodore H. Schwartz., MD
                  University of Pennsylvania
                                                                             3:00-3:15pm    Recognition of Skull Base Professors
Live Surgery (Otolaryngology)
Includes Rhinology Lecture Only and Rhinology Lab Groups 1 & 2
                                                                             3:15-3:45pm    BREAK and Exhibit Viewing
7:30-8:00am       Live Surgery Introductions, Pre-Operative
                  Preparation, Case Histories (Flyer’s Theater)              3:45-4:15pm    Endoscopic Treatment of
                  Discussants: Alexander G. Chiu, MD                                        Skull Base Malignancy
                               Noam A. Cohen, MD, PhD                                       Piero Nicolai, MD
8:00-11:30am      Live Surgery                                               4:15-4:40pm    Ventral Skull Base Endoscopic Surgery –
                  Surgeons: David W. Kennedy, MD                                            Past, Present & Future
                             James N. Palmer, MD                                            John Y.K. Lee, MD

Lab A (Neurosurgery)                                                         4:40-5:00pm    Intraventricular Endoscopic Treatments
                                                                                            Costas G. Hadjipanayis, MD, PhD
Neurosurgeon Group
7:30-11:30am      Hands-On Laboratory (Stemmler Hall)                        5:00-5:30pm    “Submit Your Case”
                  ENT: Nithan Adappa, MD, Satish Govindaraj, MD,                            Rakesh Chandra, MD
                       Alexis Jackman, MD, James Kearney, MD,                               Panelists: David W. Kennedy, MD
                       Jivianne Lee, MD, John Lee, MD,                                                 John Y.K. Lee, MD
                       Jayakar Nayak, MD, PhD, Jason Newman, MD,                                       Piero Nicolai, MD
                       Vijay Ramakrishnan, MD, Jeremy Reed, MD,                                        Heinz Stammberger, MD
                       Michael B. Siegel, MD, Jeffrey Suh, MD,
                       Erica R. Thaler, MD, Lawrence W. C. Tom, MD,
                       Eugenia M. Vining, MD, Kevin C. Welch, MD,
                       Bradford Woodworth, MD
                  NSG: M. Sean Grady, MD, Costas G. Hadjipanayis, MD, PhD,
                       John Y.K. Lee, MD, Theodore H. Schwartz, MD,
                       Phillip (Jay) Storm, MD
11:30-12:00pm     Transportation for ALL back to The Westin
12:00-1:00pm      LUNCH and Exhibit Viewing
Program Schedule, continued
Saturday, March 12, 2011
6:30-7:10am       Continental Breakfast and Sign-in
                  The Westin Ballroom/Pre-Function Area
7:10-7:25am       Transportation for ALL to the
                  University of Pennsylvania
7:30-8:15am       Demonstration Dissection: Rhinology
                  Heinz Stammberger, MD
8:15-9:00am       Demonstration Dissection:
                  Endoscopic Skull Base
                  Theodore H. Schwartz, MD

Adjourned (Rhinology Lecture Only Group)
9:00-9:30am       Transportation back to The Westin

Lab B (Otolaryngology/Neurosurgery)                                          Lab C (Otolaryngology)
Rhinology Lab Groups 1 & 2 and Neurosurgeon Group                            Rhinology Lab Group 2
9:00-12:30pm      Hands-On Laboratory (Stemmler Hall)                        1:00-4:30pm       Hands-On Laboratory (Stemmler Hall)
                  ENT: Nithan Adappa, MD, Satish Govindaraj, MD,                               Nithan Adappa, MD, Satish Govindaraj, MD,
                       Alexis Jackman, MD, James Kearney, MD,                                  Alexis Jackman, MD, James Kearney, MD,
                       Jivianne Lee, MD, John Lee, MD,                                         Jivianne Lee, MD, John Lee, MD,
                       Jayakar Nayak, MD, PhD, Jason Newman, MD,                               Jayakar Nayak, MD, PhD, Jason Newman, MD,
                       Vijay Ramakrishnan, MD, Jeremy Reed, MD,                                Vijay Ramakrishnan, MD, Jeremy Reed, MD,
                       Michael B. Siegel, MD, Jeffrey Suh, MD,                                 Michael B. Siegel, MD, Jeffrey Suh, MD,
                       Erica R. Thaler, MD, Lawrence W. C. Tom, MD,                            Erica R. Thaler, MD, Lawrence W. C. Tom, MD,
                       Eugenia M. Vining, MD, Kevin C. Welch, MD,                              Eugenia M. Vining, MD, Kevin C. Welch, MD,
                       Bradford Woodworth, MD                                                  Bradford Woodworth, MD
                  NSG: M. Sean Grady, MD, Costas G. Hadjipanayis, MD, PhD,
                       John Y.K. Lee, MD, Theodore H. Schwartz, MD,          Adjourned (Rhinology Lab Group 2)
                       Phillip (Jay) Storm, MD
                                                                             4:30-5:00pm       Transportation back to The Westin
12:30-1:00pm      Lunch
                  Box lunch provided at University of Pennsylvania

Adjourned (Rhinology Lab Group 1 and Neurosurgeon Group)
1:00-1:30pm       Transportation back to The Westin
Meeting Registration Form (For online registration go to www.uphs.upenn.edu/pennorl)
The PENN International Rhinology and Skull Base Dissection Course
The Westin Philadelphia • March 10–12, 2011
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Name (first)____________________________________________ (last)______________________

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Specialty: M Otorhinolaryngology M Neurosurgery M Neurology M General Practice M Other ________________________________

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Tuition Fees (Please check one)
Early Registration Special! The following special rates are in effect until January 15, 2011 only!
   M $900       Physicians                         M $700 Residents*
                Rhinology Lecture Only                        Rhinology Lecture Only
   M $1650 Physicians                              M $1300 Residents*
                Rhinology Group 1                             Rhinology Group 1
   M $2150 Physicians                              M $1700 Residents*
                Rhinology Group 2                             Rhinology Group 2
   M $2150 Physicians                              M $1700 Residents*
                Neurosurgeons                                 Neurosurgeons
    *Residents are required to submit a verification letter from their department for the reduced fee.

                              After January 15, 2011, all rates above increase by $100.
Course Reception
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(Thursday, March 10, 2011 at The Westin, 7:00-9:00pm)  M Yes M No (free for all course participants)


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   M Please charge my credit card: M AmEx M Mastercard M Visa

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3 Ways to Register
1. Go online to www.uphs.upenn.edu/pennorl, click on
   CME Programs and follow the course registration link.
2.Mail Registration Form and payment to: University of Pennsylvania,
  Conference Services, Attn: Rhinology/Skull Base 2011,
  3702 Spruce Street, Stouffer Commons, Philadelphia, PA 19104
3. Fax Registration Form to 215-573-8452.
All registrations will be confirmed by email. If you do not receive
confirmation, it may indicate that we have not received your                     Online registration now available! All payment options accepted.
registration. To be sure you are registered, please contact Cathy
Lafferty at 215-349-5382 or email cathy.lafferty@uphs.upenn.edu                  Please go to: www.uphs.upenn.edu/pennorl and click on CME Program Schedule.
before March 1st.
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             CME Coordinator                                                                                                                         Philadelphia, PA
             Department of Otorhinolaryngology –
             Head and Neck Surgery
             University of Pennsylvania Medical Center
             3400 Spruce Street, 5 Silverstein
             Philadelphia, PA 19104




Register Early!
The Westin • Philadelphia, PA
March 10–12, 2011
Visit our Web Site:
http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/pennorl

The PENN International Rhinology and
Skull Base Dissection Course

Upcoming and Ongoing Events
5th International Update Course: Otolaryngology Underwater                                   Visiting Mini Fellowship in Endoscopic Sinus Surgery at
November 2–7, 2010 • Plaza Resort Bonaire                                                    University of Pennsylvania
We are going “back to Bonaire” for this 4-day program intended for
otolaryngologists who wish to combine a first rate meeting with spectacular
                                                                                             Department of Otorhinolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery
scuba diving opportunities. Course directors Dr. David Kennedy and Dr.                       This program is designed for practicing Otolaryngologists with a
Bert O’Malley, Jr. have planned another excellent program to review and                      significant interest in endoscopic sinus surgery and management of
update recent advances in rhinology, head and neck surgery, pediatric                        sinus and nasal problems. The course is a 3-day, one-on-one clinical
otolaryngology, otology/neurology, rhinoplasty and laryngology.                              experience where participants may spend time with Dr. David Kennedy
Distinguished faculty from around the world will be featured.                                and Dr. James Palmer during their office hours, observing them in
The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine designates this educational activity for   surgery, and performing a cadaveric dissection. It will be of particular
a maximum of 16.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit          benefit to Otolaryngologists who have been to didactic courses, developed
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.                         some experience with FESS and identified specific problem areas in the
                                                                                             surgical management of patients with sinus disease. A maximum of two
17th Annual Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment                                              Otolaryngologists is admitted to the mini fellowship at any one time,
of Sleep Apnea and Snoring                                                                   allowing for a close one-on-one experience with the faculty. Participants
February 18–20, 2011 • Disney Boardwalk Inn Resort, Orlando, Florida                         are encouraged to present CT scans from their own difficult or interesting
This course, designed to provide a comprehensive review and update of                        patient cases. Mini Fellows are invited to attend Wednesday evening
recent advances in sleep apnea and snoring, is intended for physicians and                   clinical conferences and Thursday morning Grand Rounds.
allied health professionals in the fields of Otolaryngology, Pulmonary Medi-
cine, Sleep Medicine, Oral Maxillofacial Surgery, Dentistry, Family Practice,
Internal Medicine, Neurology, Cardiology and Psychiatry. Course directors
Dr. Richard Schwab, from the University of Pennsylvania’s Division of Sleep
Medicine, and Dr. Andrew Goldberg and Dr. Eric Kezirian from UCSF’s
Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, have assembled                                             For more information:
a distinguished faculty, all leaders in their fields of sleep science who will                                 Contact Cathy Lafferty
share their medical and surgical expertise. New approaches and controver-                                      Department of ORL-HNS
sies in the management of patients with sleep-disordered breathing will be                                     Phone: 215-349-5382 • Fax: 215-662-4515
highlighted. An optional break-out lab session will also be offered.                                           Email: cathy.lafferty@uphs.upenn.edu
The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine designates this educational activity for                     Website: http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/pennorl
a maximum of 16 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

				
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