The Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery offers conferences for CME credits to the community.  

Grand rounds

Objectives:  The rounds provide didactics and discussion covering the entire scope of otolaryngology on a 2-year rotation.  After participating in this course over two years, the participants will be able to:

1) Articulate the core knowledge for clinical otolaryngology.
2) Provide the rationale for treatment of patients with otolaryngological problems.

Intended audience: Otolaryngology residents, medical students, and faculty as well as interested community otolaryngologists.
Location:  Harper Hospitality Suite Room #3
Time:  Wednesdays, 7:30am - 9:30am 
The course director is  Eleanor Chan, M.D. - 313-577-0805

Head and Neck Multi-Disciplinary Conference

This conference is formatted with presentations of patients with head and neck cancer, review of pertinent imaging and pathology studies, followed by discussion of clinical treatment options. Occasionally there are guest lecturers.

Location: 2nd floor Hudson-Webber Cancer Research Center (HWCRC)
Time:  Wednesdays 9:30 am to 10:30 am

Facial Plastics and Rhinology courses

Full-time and adjunct faculty provide workshops with a presentation, demonstration and supervised dissection. The schedule is determined by the course directors on a year-to-year basis. 

Course directors
Facial Plastics and Reconstruction - Michael Carron, M.D. - 313-577-0805
Rhinology - Adam Folbe, M.D. - 313-577-0804

Temporal Bone Surgical Dissection Course

A Temporal Bone Surgical Dissection Course is presented annually.  The schedule is determined by the course director on a year to year basis.  The three hours of lectures on surgical anatomy are usually presented during and after Grand Rounds. The two-day laboratory portion consists of supervised dissection of human cadaver temporal bone.  Progress is assessed by structured assessments including the Hopkins method of assessing skills of mastoid dissection.

The temporal bone laboratory is in the basement of the Lande Building.  
The director is Eleanor Chan, M.D. - 313-577-0805, and an additional primary instructor is:
Robert S. Hong, M.D., Ph.D. - 313-577-2671