ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Call for Applications:
Otology & Neurotology Cochrane Scholarships

The journal Otology & Neurotology is seeking applications for 2 Cochrane scholarships. Funds ($4000 per scholarship) will be provided to attend one or more Cochrane course in the US or Europe. Following completion of the course(s), the scholar will be expected to contribute a Cochrane-equivalent review or meta-analysis (topic of the scholar’s choice) suitable for publication in O&N. After publication of the review, scholars will then be invited to join the Editorial Board of O&N to assist with editorial review of similar types of manuscripts submitted for publication.

The application consists of a typed, single page (no smaller than 12 point font) description of how this scholarship would contribute to the career goals of the applicant. The ideal candidate is a junior faculty member, though mid-career faculty and fellows will also be considered. Send the application via email to:

Lawrence Lustig
Editor-in-Chief, Otology & Neurotology
[email protected]

For information regarding available Cochrane Courses and writing Cochrane reviews, please see the following links:
Cochrane Training
How to Write a Cochrane Review

Applications are due November 30, 2020


PAST RECIPIENTS of COCHRANE SCHOLARSHIPS:

Dr. Matthew L. Bush, MD, PhD - University of Kentucky Medical Center

Dr. Theodore R. McRackan, MD, MSCR -  Medical University of South Carolina

Dr. David M. Kaylie, MD Duke University, Durham, NC

Dr. Cameron C. Wick, MD - Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO

Dr. Michael S. Harris - Medical University of Wisconsin

Dr. Ksenia A. Aaron - Stanford University


COURSES from OUR MEMBER INSTITUTIONS & OTHER VENUES

(Click on course title for details)

Otology & Neurotology in the COVID-19 Era:
International Virtual Bootcamp Course on Endoscopic and Exoscopic Ear and Lateral Skull Base Surgery
www.endoexoear.org

DATE: Saturday, November 14, 2020
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary

The American Otological Society is not affiliated with any course or institution. Click on course title for details)


 

AOS/ANS ACTION STATEMENT AGAINST SYSTEMIC RACISM

The AOS and ANS stand in solidarity with our colleagues and our communities against racism and injustice.
As physicians and educators in the hearing sciences, we advocate for a combination of communication, education, and decisive action so that we may all rise up against racism, bigotry and exclusion.
Please click here to read our Action Statement as it outlines our commitment to embracing diversity and inclusion in our field, and equality in our world.