Dear Attendees and Industry Partners,
With the health and safety of our participants, faculty, staff and industry sponsors foremost in our minds, the Cherry Blossom Course Directors have made the decision to reschedule the 11th Annual Cherry Blossom Otolaryngology Update.
We will be in touch shortly with our plans for the rescheduled event once we have firmed up the dates and have a better handle on this public health crisis.
All registrations will automatically be transferred to the new dates once they are announced.
The Annual Cherry Blossom Otolaryngology Update is designed to provide new content and vibrant discussion on contemporary dilemmas in Otolaryngology. This course strives to provide state of the art diagnosis, management and treatment for common and uncommon disorders in Otolaryngology. Over the last decade, the course has brought over 150 Internationally renowned faculty in Otolaryngology to present and discuss novel approaches to the management of the spectrum of disorders in Otolaryngology. We invite Otolaryngologists in private practice or academics, solo or group, single specialty or multispecialty, as well as nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, medical assistants, residents and students to come join us. Thank you to our 1200+ attendees over the past decade for making the Annual Cherry Blossom Otolaryngology Update in Washington, DC a consistent success! We welcome you to the 11th Annual Cherry Blossom Otolaryngology Update!
Rahul Shah, MD, MBA
Vice-President, Chief Quality & Safety Officer & Medical Affairs
Professor of Surgery & Pediatrics
Children's National Health System
Ameet Singh, MD, FARS
Professor of Surgery (Otolaryngology) & Neurosurgery
Director, Rhinology & Skull Base Surgery
George Washington Medical Center
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HOTEL & TRAVEL
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Saturday 4:30 - 5:00 PM
A case-based discussion regarding medical and surgical options in chronic rhinitis and chronic sinusitis, this panel features experts in Otolaryngology and Allergy/Immunology...View More »
Friday 6:00 - 6:30 PM
Our expert panel of pediatric Otolaryngologists share insights into common pediatric Otolaryngology issues. Topics are directed at controversies and updates in treatment modalities...View More »
Saturday 11:30 - 12:00 PM
Dr. Vivek Jain, director of the George Washington University Sleep Disorders Center will address advances in the medical management of adult obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)...View More »
Milken Institute School of Public Health
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