Skip to main content
MenuSearch & Directory

Otolaryngology Scientific Lecture Day

Saint Louis University's annual Otolaryngology Scientific Lecture Day is a celebration of our resident and department research endeavors as well as a recognition of our graduating residents. The day is comprised 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.

Participants of the lecture series standing together on stage

Save the Date: Mark A. Varvares, M.D., Endowed Lecture and William B. Harkins, M.D., Graduation Weekend

Date: Friday, June 7, 2024
Time: 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Location: Health Sciences Education Union, 1312 Carr Lane
Guest Lecturer: Tessa Hadlock, M.D.

2023 Research Presentations


Association of Adjuvant Radiation and Survival Among Surgically Treated Early-stage HPV+OPSCC with LVI as the Sole Adverse Pathologic Feature
Scott Hong, M.D.

Quantification of Dehydration in Post Tonsillectomy Pediatric Patients
Joe Sinnwell, M.D.


Efficacy of Botox for Treatment of Sinus Migraines
Jim Gallogly, M.D.

A Geographical Comparison Between Head & Neck Cancer Incidence and Distribution of Otolaryngologists
Hank Ideker, M.D.


Leveraging Crowdsourced Data to Assess HPV Knowledge, Attitudes, and Sexual Behaviors in the United States
Joshua Smith, M.D.

Narcotic Prescribing Patterns in ENT
Alizabeth Weber, M.D.


Quantifying Total and Out-of-pocket Costs Associated with Head and Neck Cancer Survivorship
Peter Luong, MD

Perceived Discrimination Among Patients with Head and Neck Cancer
Lisa Velez-Velez, MD

SOM Student Presentations

A Rare Severe Presentation of Pharyngoesophageal Stenosis >10 years after Radiation Treatment for Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Alexis Hartman w/Jack Eisenbeis, M.D.

Landmark Papers: Historic and Contemporary Advancements in Rhinology
Luke Heiland w/Joe Brunworth, M.D.