The New England Otolaryngological Society (NEOS) prides itself on the advancement of the science and practice of otolaryngology for physicians, physicians-in-training, and allied health professionals. Through educational activities held throughout the year, we hope to provide a forum to update the community on the latest discoveries in order to expand its collective medical knowledge.
The NEOS Council members has decided to modify NEOS educational offerings in 2020 in consideration of everyone’s time, safety and individual practice needs. We have made the difficult decision to cancel the educational programming planned for October 2nd and December 4th. We did not want to further burden our featured speakers and residents with this added responsibility as they are returning to their practices.
Thank you for your continued support and participation in NEOS. We look forward to seeing all of you again soon!
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Please Save the Date for Future NEOS Meetings:
April 9, 2021-Massachusetts Eye & Ear, Boston, MA
October 1, 2021-Massachusetts Medical Society, Waltham, MA
December 2021-To be Determined
Resident Award Winners
Congratulations to our Resident Winners from the December 6, 2019 program entitled, "Rock and Roll", hosted at MEEI, Boston, MA, as well as all of the Residents for their outstanding presentations.
|1st||University of Connecticut - Samantha Frank, MD|
It's Worth the Treble: Music Appreciation Following Cochlear Implantation
|2nd||Harvard Medical School - Jenny Chen, MD|
Does Mick Jagger have Hidden Hearing Loss
|3rd||Tufts University- Michelle White, MD
Restoring Voices of the Future: Impact of HPV Vaccination in Treatment of Recurrent Respiratory Diseases
2020 Resident Research Grant Award
Congratulations to Kathryn L. Kreicher, MD from University of Connecticut Health, as well as Adeeb Derakhshan, MD from Massachussetts Eye & Ear who has both been awarded the 2020 Resident Research Grant Award.
Dr. Kreicher's project is entitled: "Development of a 3-D printed model for rhinoplasty simulation." Dr. Derakhshan's project is entitled "The Effect of Electrical Stimulation on Schwann Cell States along Nerve Grafts"
Both Dr. Kreicher and Dr. Derakhshan will each receive a $5,000 grant from NEOS, and will present an update of their work at the Spring 2021 NEOS meeting. Thank you to all residents who submitted proposals.