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Microvascular Fellow Boot Camp






Third Annual Head and Neck Microvascular Fellow Boot Camp
 

September 22-24, 2017

Wright State University
Boonshoft School of Medicine
118 White Hall
3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy
Dayton, OH  45435
 

 

MISSION 

1) Expose current head and neck microvascular fellows to both common and uncommon free flap procedures, indications, techniques, and nuances of insetting including soft tissue and boney inset plating.

2) Expose medical students and residents to head and neck anatomy and ablative procedures.

 

 

About the Reconstructive Course:

A unique aspect to this course is that it is centered on a defect-oriented approach in fresh cadavers. Cadavers will have pre-existing defects and the participants will be required to design and reconstruct the defects (including osteotomies/ plating/ soft tissue inset/ etc.) for each head and neck subsite.

   
   
   
   

One-on-one instruction with faculty members with full equipment available.

We put together an outstanding group of faculty from high volume training centers all over the country. We are offering this wonderful learning opportunity to a broad audience including thirty fellows free of charge. There will be sixteen stations with two fellows and one faculty member minimum per cadaver to maximize the educational experience.

   
   
   
   

 

There will be one prosection station. In addition, we offer a web-based learning aspect with reading material available via dropbox prior to the start of the course. All lectures and dissections will be recorded and placed on the dropbox following the course.

Projected prosection and live dissection

   
   
   
   

State-of-art audio and visual facilities

Cost: Free

Registration is free for all qualified attendees and hotel discounts will be available. This course is limited to current(2017-2018) fellows from U.S. and Canadian Head and Neck Microvascular Fellowships.

   
   

 

 

 
 

COURSE DIRECTORS

Matthew Old, MD, FACS

The James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute
Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University
Department of Otolarnygology-Head and Neck Surgery
Chad Zender, MD, FACS

Vice Chair of Clinical Affairs & Translational Research 
Director of Head and Neck Fellowship
Department of Otolaryngology/ENT Institute
University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center                                                                        Case Western Reserve University

 

 

2017 FACULTY

Amit Agrawal  
Kiran Kakarala  
Peter Dziegielewski  
Nicole Fowler  
Tamer Ghanem  
Stephan Kang  
Brett Miles  
Michael Moore  
Enver Ozer  
Rod Rezaee  
Sarah Rohde  
Steven Sperry  
Ted Teknos  
Mark Wax  
Don Weed  

 

 

                                                     LINKS

 

Registration: 2017

 

Click here for 2017 Course Agenda

 

Location:

Google Maps: Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine

 

Previous Courses:

Click here to view previous course outlines.

 


Funding for the course is provided by The Ohio State University, Case Western Reserve University, and industry sponsors.