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Prof. Abreu Helio Fernando (Brazil)


Prof. Abreu Larissa (Brazil)
Otorhinolaryngologist
Fellow in Pediatric Otolaryngology and Pediatric Airway, Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre
Master's degree from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Coordinator of the Pediatric ENT department at Hospital Mater Dei
ENT residency collaborator in pediatric ENT discipline at Madre Teresa hospital


Prof. Almario Jorge (Colombia)


Prof. Al-Mazrou Khalid (Saudi Arabia)
Professor
Pediatric Otolaryngology
King Saud University
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


Prof. Alper Cuneyt M. (USA)


Prof. Alvarado Jacqueline (Venezuela)


Dr Alves Sandra (Portugal)
Paediatric Otorhinolaryngologist at the Centro Hospitalar Vila Nova de Gaia/Espinho (CHGE), Oporto - Portugal
Responsible for the Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology Unit of the CHGE, Oporto - Portugal
Residency: Paediatrics (3 years) and Otorhinolaryngology (5 years)
Postgraduate in Molecular Medicine from the University of Oporto
Medical degree from the University of Oporto


Prof. Angeli Simon (USA)


Prof. Araujo Elizabeth (Brazil)


Prof. Astocondor Fuertes Jorge (Perú)


Prof. Avelino Melissa (Brazil)
MD, PhD
Pediatric ENT of Goiânia Children's Hospital - Brazil
Adjunt Professor of Goiás Federal University
Chief of ENT residents at the Goiás Federal University
Ex-President of Brazilian Pediatric Otorhynolaryngology Academy (ABOPe)


Prof. Bailey Martin (United Kingdom)


Prof. Balakrishnan Karthik (USA)


Prof. Baljosevic Ivan (Serbia)
Ivan Baljosevic - Chief of ENT department in Mother and Child Health Care Institute in Belgrade, Serbia. It is a tertiary institution for the treatment of children in Serbia. I am Ass. professor on Faculty of dentistry. Specializes in Pediatric Otology and Congenital Anomalies surgery in ORL


Prof. Barber Colin (New Zealand)


Dr. Baroody Fuad (USA)


Prof. Bellussi Luisa (Italy)
Chemistry Degree at University "La Sapienza" of Rome (1971).
Medicine and Surgery Degree at University "La Sapienza" of Rome (1986)
Researcher at University "La Sapienza" of Rome since 1980.
E.N.T. Specialist at University of L'Aquila (1990)
Associated Professor of E.N.T. at University of Siena since 1/11/2000
Teacher of E.N.T. Postgraduate School at University of L'Aquila from 1990 to 1992
Teacher of E.N.T. Postgraduate School at University of Siena since 1993
Teacher of Professional Schools for Audiometrists, Audioprosthesists and Phoniatrics at University of Siena since 1992
Coordinator, for the acknownledgement of the E.N.T. Clinic Chairman of the University of Siena, of the "Centre for the diagnosis and therapy of Rhinopathies" since 1993.
Full Professor Degree of E.N.T. since 2006


Prof. Bento Ricardo (Brazil)


Prof. Black Rob (Australia)
MBBS FRACS FRCS(Ed) FACS
Professor & Director of Paediatric Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery at Queensland
Children’s Hospital in Brisbane Australia.
He is past-President of the Australian Society of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery and
also past-President of the Australian & New Zealand Society of Paediatric Otolaryngology.
He has been involved with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons having been Chair of
the Training Board, Senior Examiner, and subsequently Chairman of the full Court of
Examiners and Deputy Censor in Chief.
In January 2012 he was awarded an Order of Australia for "service to medicine in the field of
otolaryngology".


Prof. Boesch R Paul (USA)


Prof. Bottero Sergio (Italy)
Specialist in Ear Nose and Throat since 1982
Chief of ENT dept. since 2005 at Bambino Gesù Hospital of Rome Italy
Chief of Airway Surgery UNIt since 2014 at the same Hospital
Coordinator of Laryngotracheal Team since 2012
President of Italian Society of Pediatric  Otorhinolaringology
One of the leading experts in Pediatric Laryngology and Airway problems in our Country


Prof. Brown David (USA)


Prof. Cafarelli Dees Denise (United Kingdom)


Prof. Campisi Paolo (Canada)
Dr. Paolo Campisi is Professor and Vice Chair Education of the Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery, University of Toronto practicing as a pediatric otolaryngologist at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada. He has a clinical interest in sialorrhea and disorders of the airway and voice. He is the Director of the Centre for Paediatric Voice and Laryngeal Function, a subspecialty clinic designed for the care of children with voice disorders. His research interests are focused on the epidemiology and management of recurrent respiratory papillomatosis in children.


Dr. Carvahlo Daniela (USA)
MD, MMM, FAAP 1.
ACADEMIC, ADMINISTRATIVE AND HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS CURRENT - Clinical Professor (since June 2013) UCSD (University of California at San Diego) San Diego, CA - Attending Staff, Director of the Hearing Program and Cochlear Implant Team (since Oct. 2003) Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego San Diego, CA - Medical Director of Surgical Services (Since December 2014) Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego San Diego, CA - Chair of the Physician Philanthropy Champions Steering Committee Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego February 2018 – Present


MD, PhD Casselbrant Margaretha (USA)
Professor Emerita of Otolaryngology University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA


Prof. Cavallaro Magalhães Édio Júnior (Brazil)


PhD. Cedin Antono (Brazil)


Dr. Cervera Javier (Spain)
Chief of Pediatric ENT Department, at University Children Hospital Niño Jesús. Madrid. Spain
Former President of the European Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology
Former President of the Spanish Commission of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology


Prof. Cespedes Héctor (Paraguay)


Prof. Chan Kenny (USA)


M.D., FACS Alan Gi-Lun Cheng, (USA)


Prof. Clark Raymond (United Kingdom)


Prof. Coates Harvey (Australia )
Harvey Coates AO, DM, MS, DABO, FRCS(C), FRACS is clinical Professor in both School of Paediatrics and Otolaryngology, HNS at the University of Western Australia.
He was co-founder of the first Australasian paediatric otolaryngology study group and was visiting surgeon to Princess Margaret Hospital for 38 years.
He and his group were first to establish large scale newborn screening in Australia and to discover human biofilm  and intracellular bacteria in the middle ear.
His passion remains treatment and research into otitis media in Aboriginal children for which he was appointed Officer of the Order of Australia.


Prof. Consuegra Juan Luis (Colombia)


Prof. Costas Gastiaburu Luis (Paraguay)
Doctor en Medicina y Cirugia en la Facultad de Ciencias Medicas Universidad Nacional de Asunción - Paraguay (1986) Realizó cursos de perfeccionamiento en: 1)MICTOCIRUGIA DE OIDO. 2) CIRUGIA Endoscópica FUNCIONAL Y ESTETICA de la Nariz y Senos Paranasales 3) Cirugia Endoscópica Minimamente invasiva de BASE DE CRANEO 4) Uso del Laser, Radiofrecuencia y Robótica en Otorrinolaringología Participa como Panelista y Conferencista a nivel de congresos locales y del extranjero. Asiste regularmente a congresos mundiales. Organiza y dicta cursos de Perfeccionamiento en microcirugía de oido, endoscopía de senos paranasales y cirugía de base de craneo. Es representante de Paraguay ante la Academia Britanica de Otorrinolaringología.


Prof. Cotton Robin (USA)


Prof. Crespo Agricio (Brazil)


Prof. Crosby Dana (USA)
Graduated from Drexel University College of Medicine and subsequently completed residency in Otorhinolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. She then completed fellowship training in Rhinology and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Public Health degree at Emory University. She is currently an assistant professor, director of rhinology and endoscopic skull base surgery, and director of otolaryngic allergy at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. She also serves as Program Director of the otorhinolaryngology residency program. Dr. Crosby's research interests include chronic rhinosinusitis, endoscopic skull base surgery, and gender disparities in medicine


Prof. Cushing Sharon (Canada)


Prof. Daniel Sam (Canada)


Prof. Darrow David (USA)


Dr. De Alarcon Alessandro (USA)


Prof. de Castro Jair (Brazil)


Prof. De Hoyos Ricardo (Mexico)
Pediatric Otorhinolaryngologist Monterrey Mexico
Clinical Professor Tecnologico de Monterrey
Board of Directors IAPO Interamerican Association of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
Board of Directors Conventus Societas ORL Latina
Passionate looking for the welfare and happiness of children


Dr. De Vincentiis Giovanni Carlo (Italy)


Prof. Der Carolina (Chile)
Head of the Speech and Hearing Unit, Luis Calvo Mackenna Public Hospital, Chile. Chief surgeon of the Hearing Implant Program, JUNAEB (Junta Nacional de Auxilio Escolar y Becas),  Ministry of Education, Chile. External technical advisor, Ministry of Health , Chile. Staff otolaryngologist, Clínica Alemana de Santiago, Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile.
Medical degree, Universidad de Chile. Residency in otolaryngology, Pontificia  Universidad Católica de Chile. PhD in Surgery, Universidad de Navarra, Spain. Fellowship in Hearing loss and Hearing implants, Clínica Universitaria de Navarra, Spain. Expert in Audiology, University of Salamanca, Spain


Prof. Derkay Craig (USA)


MD. DeRowe Ari (Israel)


Prof. Deutsch Ellen (USA)


Prof. Di Francesco Renata (Brazil)


Prof. Dias Ramos Berenice (Brazil)


MD. Dzongodza Titus (Zimbabwe)


Prof. Figuerodo de Lima Clara Monica (Brazil)


Prof. Fraisse Bernard (France)


Prof. Franco Peña César (Paraguay)


MD. Freire Meira Adriano Sergio (Brazil)


Dr. Friedman Ellen (USA)


Dr. Gavazzoni Fabiano (Brazil)


Prof. Gerlinger Imre (Hungary)


Prof. Godhinho, Ricardo (Brazil)


Dr. Goldsztein, Hernán (USA)


Prof. Gonzalez, Carlos (Puerto Rico)


Dr. Goudy, Steve (USA)
Dr. Goudy is the division director of pediatric otolaryngology at Emory University. He is a surgeon scientist and focuses on the clinical care for children with craniofacial differences and head and neck tumors. His research lab focuses on translational of research findings into animal models and using regenerative approaches to addressing pediatric diseases


Prof. Goycoolea Marcos (Chile)
Médico Cirujano Certificado en Chile y Estados Unidos. MD. Doctor en Filosofía - Ciencias Básicas (Univ. Minnesota) PhD. Máster en Otorrinolaringología MS. Otorrinolaringólogo certificado en Chile y Estados Unidos (Certificado por el Board en Estados Unidos). Interés principal clínico y de investigación: Otología.


Prof. Gregori, Dario (Italy)


PhD. Haag, Oliver (Spain)


Prof. Hart, Catherine (USA)
Dr. Hart is a faculty member in the Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She has specialized training in the management of pediatric airway stenosis through her fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center under the guidance of Drs. Robin Cotton. She also specializes in management of children with complex aerodigestive disorders, including children with CHARGE syndrome. She has additional training in quality improvement and outcomes research.


Prof. Heinechen, Julio (Paraguay)


Prof. Heinz Haag, Oliver (Spain)


Prof. Hermansson, Ann (Sweden)


Prof. Holinger, Lauren (USA)


Wei-Chung Hsu, MD, PhD (Taiwan)
Division Chief and Associated Professor of Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology, Department of Otolaryngology, College of Medicine, National Taiwan University and National Taiwan University Hospital & Children’s Hospital.
Research fellow of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (2017-2018)
Founding member & Ex-President of Asian Paediatric Otolaryngology Group (APOG)
Active members of CORLAS, ASPO, ESPO and IAPO


Prof. Huarte, Alicia (Spain)


Dr. Iovanescu, Gheorghe (Romania)


Dr. Isaiah, Amal (USA)
Dr Isaiah completed medical school at St John’s Medical College, Bangalore, India. He subsequently completed a PhD in Neuroscience at Oxford University. He completed his residency in Otolaryngology at University of Maryland, Baltimore followed by fellowship training at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas. Dr Isaiah's interests span the use of machine learning in pediatric sleep apnea. In addition, he has also developed technologies for precise localization of airway obstruction.


Prof. Jacobs, Ian (USA)


Prof. Jove, Cecilia (Bolivia)


Prof. Juan Pastor, Eulalia (Spain)
Eulalia Juan Pastor nació en Palma de Mallorca en España. Obtuvo su licenciatura en Educación (pedagogía terapéutica) en 1991 de la Universidad de las Islas Baleares. En el mismo año, siguió su título de Postgrado ( Especialista en trastornos del Lenguaje y audición). Continuó su especialización en problemas de audición en niños durante un curso de formación con fondos de la CEE en 1997. En 2006 obtuvo su título de postgrado en Audiología de la Universidad de Salamanca. En 2012 obtuvo su Certification Professional Education Program en Auditory -Verbal Practice (approved by the AG Bell Academy for Listening and. Spoken Language, supervised by professor Warren Estabrooks (LSLS Cert. AVT)


MD. Karavelia, Aspasia (Greece)
Senior Trainnee in General Hospital of Chania Greece.
Hold the position of ESPO Young Surgeons Committee 2018-2020.
Master in International Management-Health Crisis Management.
G rant holder of "Hellenic Society of Head and Neck Oncology" (HeSHNO) for 2018.


MD. Katona, Gábor (Hungary)
Professor of Pediatric ENT, audiologist, pediatrician, Head of ENT Department , Director of Research and Development, Heim Pál National Pediatric Institute, Budapest, Hungary. President of Pediatric Section of Hungarian ENT Society. Chairman of Advisory ENT Board, Ministry of Human Resources, Government of Hungary.
Member of ESPO Board, Main organizer of ESPO Congress, Budapest, 2008.; Chairman of ESPO’s Members Comittee


Dr. Kavanagh, Katherine (USA)


Prof. Kazahaya, Ken (USA)


Prof. Kelley, Peggy (USA)


Prof. Kenna, Margaret A. (USA)


MD. Koltai, Peter (USA)


Prof. Kozak, Frederick (Canada)
Dr. Frederick K. Kozak practices pediatric otolaryngology in Vancouver Canada.  Currently he is President of the Canadian Society of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery and Vice President and Scientific Program Chair for IFOS 2021 to be held in Vancouver in June 2021.  Although the main focus of his practice is pediatric cochlear implantation and otology he continues to have an interest in all aspects of our specialty and has spoken widely on Tourette syndrome.


Prof. Lavinsky, Joel (Brazil)
Professor, Postgraduate Program in Surgical Sciences and Anatomy, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Faculty, Otology and Neurotology Division, Santa Casa of Porto Alegre
Master's Degree in Sciences and PhD at UFRGS
Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Southern California


Prof. Lavinsky Luiz (Brazil)


Prof. Lee, Kenneth (USA)


Prof. Lee, Kuo Sheng (Taiwan)


Prof. Lee, Jivianne (USA)


Prof. Leopold, Eduard (Chile)
Pediatric Surgeon
Airway and Chest surgeon
Master in Morphology
University of Los Andes
University of Chile


MD. Liu, Christopher (USA)


Dr. Liu, Katie (USA)


Dr. Loundon, Natalie Natalie (France)


Dr. Lowy Benoliel, Alex (Spain)


Prof. Lubianca, Jose (Brazil)


Dr. Maddern, Bruce (USA)
Dr. Maddern is the immediate past president of the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology and has been practicing in Jacksonville, Florida for 30 years.  He is a past chair of the AAP Section on Otolaryngology and past president of SENTAC.  He is a surveyor for the American College of Surgeons Children’s Surgical Verification project, a quality and safety initiative for pediatric surgery.  He has long term interest in surgical quality and cleft lip, palate surgery.  He has participated in several medical/surgical service missions to the Philippines, Brazil and Grenada.


Prof. Manica, Denise (Brazil)


Prof. Manrique Rodríguez, Manuel (Spain)
Dr. Manuel Manrique Rodriguez graduated (1980) and was awarded his doctorate (1989) in medicine and surgery from the University of Navarra. He specialized in Otorhinolaryngology at the Clinica Universidad de Navarra, completing his training with a residency in otology and otoneurology in the House Ear Institute (Los Angeles)
He is the Director of the Cochlear Implant Programme at the University of Navarra
Director of the Otorhinolaryngology Department at the Clinica Universidad de Navarra from 2015


Mrs. Mansilla, Teresita (Paraguay)


Prof. Marin González, Elsa (Cuba)


Dr. Markov Glavas, Duska (Croatia)


Prof. Marom, Tal (Israel)
Associate Professor, Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Samson Assuta Ashdod University Hospital, Ben Gurion University Faculty of health Sciences, Ashdod, Israel Tal Marom, M.D., is a University Associate Professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, at the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Samson Ashdod University Hospital, affiliated to the Ben Gurion University Faculty of Health Sciences in Israel. After obtaining his specialist degree in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, he successfully completed his Fellowship in ear, nose and throat diseases in Children, at the Department of Pediatrics, University of Texas Medical Branch, TX, USA. Dr. Marom has dedicated his career to study different aspect of otitis media in children and adults, and published many original articles, state-of-the-art reviews and invited commentaries on the epidemiology, bacteriology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment and complication of otitis media in esteemed peer-reviewed journals. In 2021, he will co-direct the 21st Symposium of the International Society of Otitis Media in Tel Aviv.


Prof. Marsella, Pasquale (Italy)


Prof. Maunsell, Rebecca (Brazil)
Associate Prof. of Otorhinolaryngology, State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Chief of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology Section. Current Vice President of the Brazilian Academy of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, YO-IFOS Regional Secretary for Central and South America.


Prof. Meléndez, Amarilis (Panamá)


Prof. Messner, Anna (USA)
Dr. Anna Messner is a Professor of Otolaryngology/Head & Neck Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine and Chief of Pediatric Otolaryngology at Texas Children’s Hospital- a position she assumed in January, 2019.  Prior to this time she was at Stanford University for 23 years where she was Professor, Vice Chair and Residency Program Director.  Dr. Messner has a special interest in medical education and her research interests have been in the area of practical pediatric Otolaryngology.  She is the President-elect of the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology. 


Prof. Mitchell, Ron (USA)


Dr. Modi, Vikash K. (USA)
Vikash K. Modi, MD, is an Associate Professor and the Chief of Pediatric Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City.  As founder of the Cornell Aerodigestive Center, his area of expertise is endoscopic airway reconstructive surgery. He has been inducted as one of the youngest Fellows into the prestigious Triological Society for his thesis paper on airway balloon dilation.  He has presented his work on endoscopic repair of laryngeal clefts at the American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ASPO) and the Confederation of European Otorhinolaryngology (CEORL).  In addition, Dr. Modi has one of the largest pediatric series of endoscopic posterior cricoid split with rib grafting  which he presented at the European Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology (ESPO).


Dr. Mohd Hashim, Siti Sabzah (Malaysia)


Dr. Monteiro, Luisa (Portugal)


Prof. Morales, Teolinda (Venezuela)


Dr. Morimoto, Noriko (Japan)
Head of Department of Pediatric Otolaryngology, National Center for Child Health and Development, Tokyo, Japan.
Visiting lecturer of Department of Otolaryngology at Keio university,
Board Member of Japan Pediatric otolaryngology, Japan Broncho Esophageal society, Japan Society for Head and Neck Surgery. 
Editorial board member of Japan Otological Society.  
Chairman of Infantile committee of Otorhinolarynglogy Society of Japan.


Prof. Moura, Carla (Portugal)


Dr. Mudd, Pamela (USA)
Pamela Mudd MD, MBA is an assistant professor at the George Washington University and attending physician at Children’s National Health System in Washington, DC. She completed her fellowship training in pediatric otolaryngology through the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in 2012-2014. She is the director of the pediatric voice clinic and member of the pediatric thyroid nodule and cancer team. Her areas of expertise include voice and airway surgery with a focus on vocal cord paralysis


Prof. Mueller, Joachim (Germany)


Prof. Muntz, Harlan (USA)


Dr. Murillo González, Federico (Costa Rica)


Dr. Myer, III Charles (USA)


Dr. Napolitano, Carla (Chile)


Prof. Neagos, Adriana (Romania)


Prof. Negm, Heshm (Egypt)
Professor of ORL, Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt.
International coordinator of the Egyptian ORL Society.
International faculty member of the European board exam.
Editorial board member of the European Archives ORL-HNS, Acta Otolarygologica and ENT& AUDIOLOGY News journals.


Prof. Nikolopoulos, Thomas (Greece)


Prof. Nobrega, Manoel (Brazil)


Prof. Nuss, Roger (USA)


MD Ospina, Juan (Colombia)
Pediatric Otolaryngologist.
Associate Professor - Hospital Universitario San Ignacio. Bogotá, Colombia
Physician, Pontifical Xaverian University, 1994, Bogotá, Colombia
Otolaryngologist, Pontifical Xaverian University, 1999. Bogotá, Colombia
Fellow of Pediatric Otolaryngology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 2004.


Prof. Pacheco, Alvaro (Chile)


Dr. Palma, Liliana (Uruguay)


Dr. Papsin, Blake (Canada)
Dr. Blake Papsin (MD, MSc, FRCS, FACS, FAAP) is a Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology at the University of Toronto and the Otolaryngologist-in-Chief at The Hospital for Sick Children where he has been a full-time consultant since July 1996 and led Cochlear Implant Program. He completed a paediatric otolaryngology fellowship at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London, England and was the inaugural chair of the Cochlear Americas Chair in Auditory Development at the University of Toronto. He is the inaugural holder of the Jordan and Lisa Gnat Family and Bastable-Potts Chair in Otolaryngology-HNS at SickKids. He has published over 245 peer-reviewed journal articles, 52 book chapters and has spoken widely on the subject of surgical rehabilitation of hearing loss. His clinical focus is the surgical rehabilitation of hearing loss.


Prof. Passali, Desiderio (Italy)
M.D. University “La Sapienza” Rome 1971 Ph.D. in ORL (Rome) and in Neurosurgery (Turin) 1974-1978 Laurea “Honoris causa” in Medicin and Pharmacy University Carol Davila Bucarest (Romania) 2002 Laurea “Honoris causa “ in Medicin Mongolian State University Ulan Batoor (Mongolia) Member of ”Russian National Academy of Science” Visiting Professor to: Mayo Clinic Rochester (USA), PLA General Hospital Beijing (China)


Prof. Peer, Shazia (Southafrica)


Prof. Pellicer, Marc (Spain)
Professor Pediatric Otolaryngology
Autonomous University of Barcelona
Vall d’Hebron Hospital. Barcelona


Dr. Penchyna, Jaime (Mexico)
PEDIATRIC SURGEON.
THORACIC PEDIATRIC SURGEON.
PEDIATRIC ENDOSCOPIST


Prof. Peñaranda, Augusto (Colombia)


Dr. Perdomo Flores, Edgard (El Salvador)


Prof. Pereira, Kevin (USA)


Prof. Pinto Moura, Carla (Portugal)


Prof. Pirana, Sulene (Brazil)


Prof. Preben, Homøe (Denmark)


Prof. Preciado, Diego (USA)


Prof. Rahbar, Reza (USA)


Dr. Ramadan, Hassan (USA)


Prof. Ramos Macias, Angel (Spain)
Professor (Titular) , University of Las Palmas. School of Medicine, Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery and Maxilofacial. Head and Director. Department Otolaryngology H&N Surg. Complejo Hospitalario Universitario Insular Materno-Infantil de GC. Tertiary University Hospital. Director, Cochlear Implant and Auditory Brainstem Implant Clinical Research Reference Program . Canary Islands Central Government. (Government Institute of Health Accreditation) Past-President of the European Academy of Otology and Neurootology Secretary. European Committee for Otology and Neurotology Research. (European Academy of Otology and Neurootology-EAONO). President-Elect Politzer SocietyDirector of National Fellowship training in Otology (Fellowship) SEORL- Spanish National Institute of health. Acreditation


Prof. Ramos Nuñez, Johnny (Ecuador)


PhD. Ribeiro, Lívia (Brazil)


Prof. Rivas, Adriana (Colombia)
Médica-cirujana - Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Especialista en audiología – Universidad Iberoamerican, Doctora en Audiología - Nova Southeastern University. Gerente médico-científica y coordinadora general del programa de implantes auditivos en la Clínica José A. Rivas.


Prof. Rivas Fonseca Fonseca, Vinicius (Brazil)
President of Brazilian Academy of Pediatric Otolaryngology
Professor of Otolaryngology of Positivo University - School of Medicine - Curitiba/Brazil
Professor of Pediatric Otolaryngology and Laryngology of Brazilian Red Cross Hospital


Prof. Romero Lara, Diana Patricia (Colombia)
Pediatric Surgeon
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Director of Pediatric Airway Surgery Unit
Hospital Infantil Universitario de San José
Hospital Santa Clara
Bogotá,  Colombia


Prof. Rondon Cardoso, Héctor (Perú)


Prof. Rosenfeld, Richard (USA)


Prof. Rotta Pereira, María Beatriz (Brazil)


Prof. Rotta Ruttkay Pereira, Denise (Brazil)


Prof. Roy, Soham (USA)
Soham Roy, MD, FACS, FAAP, is a tenured Professor of Otolaryngology, Vice Chairman of the University of Texas at Houston Department of Otorhinolaryngology and the Chief of Pediatric Otolaryngology for the University of Texas and Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital. He also serves as an Assistant Dean of the McGovern Medical School at the University of Texas – Houston. Dr. Roy received his undergraduate degree with highest distinction from Stanford University, received a full scholarship for medical education at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, then completed his residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Miami. He completed his Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh in 2002 prior to joining the faculty at the University of Miami, where he was named Professor of the Year in 2003 in 2006. He was recruited to join the University of Texas – Houston in 2009 and named Professor of the Year in 2013.


Prof. Ruben, Robert (USA)


Prof. Rusetski, Yuri (Russia)


Prof. Rutter, Michael (USA)


Prof. Sá, Leonardo (Brazil)


Prof. Sabzah Hashim, Siti (Malaysia)


Prof. Saffer, Moacyr (Brazil)


Prof. Sanchez, Francis (Venezuela)


Prof. Sanhueza Cubillos, Sergio (Chile)


MD. Scharf, Frida (Colombia)


Prof. Schilder, Anne (Netherlands)


Prof. Schoem, Scott (USA)


Prof. Schroeder, Jr. James (USA)
James Schroeder, MD is a pediatric otolaryngologist and Vice Chair of Education for Surgery at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. He holds a dual academic appointment as Associate Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery and in the Department of Medical Education at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University.  He has held multiple leadership roles in both graduate and undergraduate medical education and is the Program Director for the ACGME accredited pediatric otolaryngology fellowship. His research interests include pediatric obstructive sleep apnea and feeding problems in children specifically related to congenital and acquired airway disorders


Dr. Schweiger, Claudia (Brazil)


MD. Selonke, Ian (Brazil)


Dr. Shah, Udayan (USA)
Chief, Pediatric Otolaryngology Nemours/Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, Delaware, USA Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery and Pediatrics Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA”


Dr. Shah, Gopi (USA)
Gopi Shah grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana and went to medical school at Tulane University in New Orleans. After completing ENT residency at Thomas Jefferson in Philadelphia, she did her pediatric ENT fellowship at UT Southwestern in Dallas, Texas where she has been on faculty the last 5 years and is now the fellowship director. She has an interest in resident/medical student wellness/education, sinus/skullbase, as well as endoscopic otology, airway/sleep and head and neck. The loves of her life include her husband and 2 sons.


Prof. Sharon Ovnat, Tamir (Israel)


MD. Shott, Sally (USA)
Dr. Sally Shott is a Pediatric Otolaryngologist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and is a Professor of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center


Prof. Siddell, Douglas (USA)


Prof. Silber, Marcelo (Brazil)


Prof. Silva Chacon, Fernando (Ecuador)
Past President of IAPO
Past President of the Ecuadorian Society of otolaryngology
Past President of the Latin American Society of Rhinology


Prof. Skarzynski, Piotr (Poland)


Prof. Skarzynski, Henry (Poland)


Prof. Spratley, Jorge (Portugal)


Prof. Steve, Amado (Colombia)


Prof. Stolovitzky, Pablo (USA)


Dr. Suarez, Alejo (Uruguay)


Dr. Suarez, Hamlet (Uruguay)
Chair Laboratory of Otoneurology and Biomedical Engineering Program.(British Hospital-Facultad de Ingenieria .UCUDAL).
Board Member of the Collegium Otolaryngologicum.
Former Member of the International Committee of Association for Research in Otolaryngology.(USA).
Board Member Academia de Medicina del Uruguay.


Prof. Sungwon, Chae (Korea)


Prof. Tay, Shu-Yun (Singapore)


MD Tellez, Paula (Colombia)


Prof. Thomsen, James (USA)


Prof. Tobar Luz Nelly (Colombia)


Dr. Torre, Michele (Italy)


PhD. Trozzi, Marilena (Italy)
Marilena Trozzi, MD, PhD, currently works as a consultant at the Airway Surgery Unit, Bambino Gesù Children's Hospital in Rome. She does research in Pediatric Airway Surgery and Reconstruction. She did multiple experiences at Children’s Hospital in Europe and USA. She completed her training with a Pediatric Fellowship at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London. She published more than 20 scientific papers on international journals and attended multiple international conference and course as invited speaker and teaching professor.


Prof. Unal, Faruk (Turkey)
Otorhinolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery
Hacettepe University Medical Faculty
Resident of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, Hacettepe University Medical Faculty
Fellow, Hacettepe University Medical Faculty
Professor and Chairman, Koç University Medical Faculty, Department of Otolaryngology


Dr. Valdez, Tulio (USA)
Dr. Tulio A Valdez is an Associate Professor of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery in the Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology at Stanford University. Clinically, Dr. Valdez has an interest in airway surgery and swallowing disorders. Dr. Valdez has co-authored one textbook and numerous book chapters and scientific manuscripts. Dr. Valdez continues his clinical research in these areas, particularly with a focus on aerodigestive disorders. Scientifically, Dr. Valdez has developed various imaging methods to diagnose otitis media and cholesteatoma. He has developed surgical simulator models of various pediatric otolaryngological conditions with a special focus in pediatric airway. Dr. Valdez believes in the multi-disciplinary collaborations to tackle medical problems and has co-invented various medical devices and surgical simulation models


Prof. Varela, Patricio (Chile)


Prof. Vedantam, Rupa (India)
Dr. Rupa Vedantam is Professor of ENT at Christian Medical College, Vellore, India since 1997. She has a special interest in both Otology and Rhinology and has several institutional and national grants in these fields. She has authored more than 75 papers in peer –reviewed journals and has written a book on Emergencies in ENT. She is chair of the Education committee of the International Society of Otitis Media.


Prof. Veling, Maria (USA)


Dr. Wei, Julie (USA)


MD. Younis, Ramzi (USA)


Prof. Yukiko, Lino (Japan)


Prof. Zalzal, George (USA)


Prof. Zawadzka-Glos, Lidia (Poland)


Prof. Zdanski, Carlton (USA)


PProf. Zulka, Elvie (Indonesia)

 

 

 


 

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