Dear OMI alumni and faculty of the Salzburg Weill Cornell Otolaryngology and Otology and Temporal Bone Surgery Seminars,
It is our pleasure to inform you that during the 6th European Congress of Otorhinolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (ORL-HNS), which will be held in Milano from October 29 to November 2, 2022, we are planning to organize an alumni reunion for the fellows and faculty of the Salzburg Weill Cornell Seminars.
The European Congress is organized by the Confederation of European ORL-HNS, which represents a single body for ORL-HNS in Europe, joining the forces of 42 different European National Societies and 15 European Subspecialty Societies. The Congress attracts around 3,000 colleagues throughout Europe and beyond, while providing an exceptionally rich scientific program with over 600 faculty in 17 parallel tracks. If you have not yet planned to attend the European Congress, the current President of the Confederation, Prof. Dr. Cem Meço (who is also a former fellow and faculty of the OMI program) kindly invites you to this educational event.
As we already know that many Salzburg fellows and faculty usually attend this meeting, we believe that this will be a great opportunity to catch up again – in person! All fellows and faculty of our seminars, which take place since 1996, are kindly invited to join us. Dr. Meço has organized a meeting room for us after the scientific sessions on November 1, 2022, at 5:45 pm (room Yellow 3). We are very thankful that MED-EL, a longtime supporter of our seminars, will provide some snacks and drinks for our alumni reunion.
Location: 6th European Congress of ORL-HNS, Milano, MiCo Conference Center
Room: Yellow 3, 1st Floor
Date & Time: Tuesday, November 1, 2022 | 5:45 pm to 7:00 pm
Please let us know if you are able to attend by responding to this email.
We hope to see you soon in Milano!
Wolfgang Aulitzky, MD | CEO of the Open Medical Institute (American Austrian Foundation)
Michael G. Stewart, MD | Course Director of the Salzburg Weill Cornell Seminars in Otolaryngology (Weill Cornell Medicine)
Samuel H. Selesnick, MD | Course Director of the Salzburg Weill Cornell Seminars in Otology and Temporal Bone Surgery (Weill Cornell Medicine)
Gerhard Rasp, MD | Co-Course Director of the Salzburg Weill Cornell Seminars in Otolaryngology and Otology and Temporal Bone Surgery (General Hospital of Salzburg)