International outreach, worldwide partnerships, and the exchange of information and education are vital to the Academy and its Foundation.
Global Ground Rounds
The AAO-HNSF Global Grand Rounds series is an initiative of the Academy’s International Advisory Board (IAB) to improve care of patients and physician education around the globe. It is a virtual event, held quarterly, that is open to all otolaryngologists around the world at no cost. Moderated by IAB leaders, each session includes world thought leaders and expert panel presentations followed by an opportunity for attendees to ask questions. Be sure to SAVE THE DATE for the 2022 Global Grand Rounds webinar series. Registration is now open for the July 30th event, Contemporary Management of Oral Cancer . Click here for more information.
International Grants and Scholarships
The AAO-HNSF offers a variety of grants and scholarships to aid and encourage those who further the mission of otolaryngologists on an international scale including International Visiting Scholarships (IVS), AAO-HNSF Nikhil J. Bhatt, MD International Awards, and International Travel Grants.
Latest International Updates
Dr. Mahmood Hamed Ahmed Country: Egypt Mentor arrangement: University of MiamiDr. Andreza Azeredo Country: Brazil Mentor arrangement: West Virginia Univers…
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Sheng-Po Hao, MD, has been selected to become the Chair-elect of the International Advisory Board (IAB). Dr. Hao is professor and chair of the Department of Ot…
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International Advisory Board (IAB)
The International Advisory Board (IAB) is made up of global otolaryngology-head and neck surgery societies from the Academy’s International Corresponding Societies (ICS) affiliated network, which has over 75 global ENT societies.
XXXVII Pan American Congress of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery
You’re invited to join us for the XXXVII Pan-American Congress of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery June 25-27, 2022 in Orlando, Florida at the Caribe Royale Hotel. Hosted by the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery Foundation, the 2022 Congress will highlight the strength and potential of global collaboration for the specialty.