You and your co-workers are cordially invited to participate in the 54th Nijmegen Ear Surgery Course which will be held from
February 4 – February 8, 2019.
The Postgraduate Course in Ear Surgery, held at the Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, deals with the contemporary concepts of etiology and treatment of chronic ear disease and otosclerosis. Moreover Bone Anchored Hearing Aids, Middle Ear Implants and Cochlear Implants will be subjects of discussion and demonstration. The course, which is given in English, includes lectures, panel discussions, televised surgery and temporal bone dissections.
Guest Faculty include: Thomas Somers, Antwerp (Belgium), Karl-Bernd Hüttenbrink, Cologne (Germany), Per Caye Thomasen, Copenhagen (Denmark), Shakeel Saeed, London (UK) and Mauricio Falcioni, Parma (Italy).
The Nijmegen Faculty include: Emmanuel Mylanus, Dirk Kunst, Ronald Pennings, Myrthe Hol, Jérôme Waterval.
The 2018 Brinkman lecture was given by prof. dr. Antje Aschendorff, otologist from the University Medical Center of Freiburg, Germany. The title of her lecture: Current and future developments in cochlear implants.
Hope to see you in Nijmegen,
with kind regards,
Jef Mulder, Course Director