Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology, the Triological Society’s Open Access journal, is open for manuscript submission. The first issue will be available online in October. Additional information is available here.
The combined Triological Society/American College of Surgeons Clinical Scientist Award program for 2016-2017 is available. Submissions are required by May 26, 2016. Information is available here for those who currently have a new K08 or K23 award or have an existing K08/K23 award with a minimum of 3 years remaining in the funding period as of October 1, 2016.
See information on our two grants -- Triological Society Research Career Development Awards and Triological Society/American College of Surgeons Clinical Scientist Development Award -- here.
Plan to attend the Triological Society’s 119th Annual Meeting during COSM at the Hyatt Regency, Chicago, May 20-21, 2016. Hotel reservations and registration information is available here. The Triological Society scientific program and meeting activity information is available here.
Save the dates for the Triological Society’s meeting to be held January 19-21, 2017 at the Sheraton, New Orleans.
Deadlines and Reminders
Deadlines for registration and hotel reservations in Chicago are available here.
We are sorry to share with you the passing of Dr. Christopher Linstrom who died unexpectedly on February 17, 2016. Dr. Linstrom was a Triological Society Fellow,
elected in 2002. He received an Honorable Mention for his thesis, “Objective Facial Motion Analysis in Patients with Facial Nerve Dysfunction”.
On behalf of the Triological Society Council and members, we extend sympathy to his family and colleagues. A few colleagues from New York Otology shared their sentiments:
I am so shocked and saddened to hear this news. When I relocated to NY Chris was so kind in welcoming me to the New York area and went out of his way to make me feel comfortable. I have learned much from him over the past seven years and will miss his wealth of medical and life knowledge and his gentle ways. It is a great loss to our field and all of those whose lives he touched.
Chris's kind nature, warmth and earnest personality as well as his contributions to our field will live on in the hearts and minds of all that were fortunate to know him.
Chris was a warm and insightful person and gifted surgeon. I would call him to discuss patients and he always had great advice and was very encouraging. He will be sorely missed for his good nature and sharp mind. The otolaryngologic community was blessed by his presence and good humor.
He was my mentor, a role model of human kindness, spiritual guide, forever the optimist with a beautiful and pure soul.
A full obituary, published in the New York Times is available here.
Posters presented at the 2009-2016 Society meetings are available at www.triomeetingposters.org. This poster site is courtesy of Wiley, our publishing partner.
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