Key Note Speaker
AD SNIK, THE NETHERLANDS
Professor (Prof. dr. ir.)
Auditory (acoustic) implants; Great technology but really effective?
– Too often, clinical papers regarding new Auditory Implants for sensorineural, conductive and mixed hearing loss are enthusiasm driven while the evidence level of presented data is limited. This course focuses on relatively hard data that has been published as well.
JAN CASSELMAN, BELGIUM
Current state of the art and future perspectives in temporal bone imaging.
– Become familiar with the newest CT and MR techniques and software applications in temporal bone imaging
– Know the newest state of the art diagnoses in temporal bone imaging
From mid-16th century French Court to end 18th century Danish Court : the fatal power of the mammillary process.
Albert Mudry MD, PhD, born in Switzerland, gained his MD at the University of Lausanne in 1990 and later specialised in OHNS in Lausanne, Lucerne and Würzburg. He was granted a PhD in Arts in 2007 by the History faculty of the University of Lausanne. He currently combines a busy private practice in otology in Lausanne with research projects in the history of otology and of otorhinolaryngology head & neck surgery as Faculty Member (Adjunct Professor) of the Department of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, California. He published more than 130 papers and 6 books.