Video from the 8th International Conference on Head and Cancer – July 21-25, 2012
Metro Toronto Convention Center
Toronto, ON, Canada
- Welcome and Opening Ceremonies
- Presidential Address and Honors
- Jatin P. Shah Symposium on Clinical Controversies in Head and Neck Cancer
- John J. Conley Lecture:
Clinical and Personal Comparative Effectiveness
- Christoper O’Brien Lecture:
Lymphatic Drainage from Cutaneous Malignancies of the Head and Neck: New Insights with Important Implications for Management
- Keynote Lecture:
Prevention of Cancers Caused by Infections
- Keynote Lecture:
Health Care in the New World: Quality as a Core Business Strategy
- Milton J. Dance, Jr. Lecture:
Optimizing Functional and Esthetic Results of Segmental Mandibular Defect
- New York Head & Neck Society Lecture:
Cancer Metabolism Back to the Future
- Hayes Martin Lecture:
Surgical Margins in the Genomic Era
- Closing Ceremony and Remarks
Abstracts from the 8th International Conference on Head and Cancer
PowerPoint Presentation from AHNS
- Human Papillomavirus and Head and Neck Cancer Presentation
- 2010 AHNS Spring Meeting(COSM): Presentations
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- Download the 2010 Meeting Final Program
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- Download the 2008 Conference Proffered Papers
- Download the 2008 Conference Poster Papers
AHNS 2010 Annual Meeting
during the Combined Otolaryngology Society Meetings (COSM)
April 28-April 29, 2010
Paris / Bally’s Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV
The AHNS would like to recognize the following companies for providing educational grants in support of the 2010 Annual Meeting:
Ethicon-Endo Surgery, Inc.
Gyrus ENT, L.L.C.
Karl Storz Endoscopy-America
SUMMARY FROM THE 7TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HEAD & NECK CANCER
The American Head and Neck Society convened its quadrennial international conference on head and neck cancer at the San Francisco Marriott on July 19-23, 2008. Nearly 2,000 surgeons, oncologists, scientists and allied health professionals attended the meeting.
The scientific program had been carefully designed to incorporate a broad spectrum of topics to reflect the conference theme of “Multidisciplinary Care in Head and Neck Cancer.” Prior to the congress, a full day of 39 one-hour instructional courses included topics on ultrasound, parathyroid, skull base, quality of life issues as well as many others. Beginning on Sunday, July 20th through Wednesday, July 23rd, the conference presented 9 keynote lectures, 36 panels, 24 professor lunches, over 400 proffered papers and over 800 posters. Featured talks were the John J. Conley Lecture, “A Global Picture of the Tobacco Epidemic” by Carolyn Dresler, M.D. of University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock and the Hayes Martin Lecture, “Head and Neck Cancer in the 21st Century: Molecular Targets for Treatment and Prevention” by Wuan Ki Hong, M.D. of MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Additional keynote lectures focused on imaging, systemic therapy, malignant melanomas, nasopharyngeal cancer, radiation and combined therapies, epigenetics and oral cancer, and the management of the N0 neck. Further topics were addressed by panels, with each day placing emphasis on one of the specialized tracks in medical oncology, radiation oncology and head and neck radiology.
Congratulations to AHNS 2008 President, Gregory T. Wolf, MD, Conference Chair, Ernest A. Weymuller, MD, Program Chair, Jeffrey Myers and to the entire Program Committee for their work on this outstanding conference.
The 8th International Conference on Head and Neck Cancer will be held July 21-25, 2012 at the Metro Toronto Convention Center in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
3rd Annual Head and Neck Oncology Resident Education Symposium
A comprehensive review of the current standards of care, surgical techniques, and important study topics for head and neck oncology and surgery. Dr. Terry Day has been instrumental in organizing this popular course which is jointly sponsored by the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and The American Head and Neck Society.