Saint Louis University's annual Otolaryngology Scientific Lecture Day is a celebration of our resident and department research endeavors as well as recognizing our graduating residents. The day is comprised of a series of resident and student research presentations along with an invited guest lecturer who is a renowned expert in otolaryngology. The day culminates with the guest lecturer presenting an award for the best research presentation.
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Mark A. Varvares, M.D., Endowed Lecture and William B. Harkins, M.D., Graduation Weekend
Date: 2022 TBD
Time: 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Location: Health Sciences Education Union, 1312 Carr Lane
Guest Lecturer: TBA
2021 Research Presentations
Prolonged Mask Wearing Effect on the Face
Haley Bray, M.D.
Quantitative Analysis of Rhinoplasty Photographs Posted on Social Media (Instagram)
by AAFPRS Members
Zachary Farhood, M.D.
Follow-up after Mandibular Fracture Repair
Yusuf Agamawi, M.D.
Disparities in Pediatric Otolaryngology Surgical Care Over Time
Malia Gresham, M.D.
Epidemiology and Prognostic Indicators of Mortality in Primary Tongue Lymphoma
Scott Hong, M.D.
Preoperative ECHO in the Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea Pediatric Population: Who
Joseph Sinnwell, M.D.
Postoperative Admission Patterns at Children's Hospitals and General Hospitals after Pediatric Cochlear Implantation
Jim Gallogly, M.D.
The Impact of Obesity on Postoperative Complications after Cochlear Implantation in
the Pediatric Population
Hank Ideker, M.D.
SOM Student Presentations
Head and Neck Cancer Incidence and Survival Among the Elderly (ages 85+) in the United States
Smrithi Chidambaram, MS3, w/Sean Massa, M.D., MSCI
Cross-Sectional Survey of Patient Preferences in Delivery of Skin Cancer Reconstruction
Care: In-Person versus Store-and-Forward versus Live-Interactive Video Conference
Eric Du, MS3, w/Collin Chen, M.D.
Incidence Trends of Head Trauma in the United States
Evan Sharp, MS2, w/Joshua Hentzelman, M.D.