Event Details
Date: 30 September 2023 - 4 October 2023

Location name: Nashville, USA

Location address: Music City Center and Omni Nashville Hotel, 250 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Nashville, TN 37203, USA

Tel: +1 703 836 4444

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The global otolaryngology community will come together in Nashville, Tennessee, to dive into the latest science in a city teeming with live music performances, cultural landmarks, outdoor activities, incredible food and shopping, professional sports and much more. 

With a renewed focus on international members and attendees, this year’s International Day on Monday 2 October will feature several can’t-miss events including the International General Session, International Advisory Board Meeting, and the return of the International Reception (all international attendees are invited) 

The 2023 Annual Meeting will feature another round of innovative programming, including over 450 education sessions to choose from. Additionally, there will be new additions and enhanced offerings, many of which focus on bringing together the community for important discussions. View the Education Programme Preview to see the sessions taking place each day  

Join AAO-HNS/F President Kathleen L Yaremchuk for the Opening Ceremony featuring the John Conley, MD Lecture on Medical Ethics, specialty videos, leadership presentations, and the Presidential Citationsdelivered from the auditorium of Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Don’t miss Conley Honorary Guest Lecturer Jennifer R Grandis, as she presents Building and Sustaining Careers: A Gender Equity Lens. 

In addition to the Conley Guest Lectureship, this year’s Honorary Guest Lectureships will highlight topics such as ‘Facial Nerve Research: Bench, Bedside, and Beyond,’ and ‘Salivary Glands: A Paradigm Shift?’.  

From among the hundreds of research presentations submitted for the 2023 Annual Meeting, the Program Advisory Committee, comprised of physician members, have selected 16 scientific oral presentations as the ‘Best of Orals.’ Topics include Effectiveness of Platelet-Rich Plasma Injection in the Olfactory Clefts, Vestibular Phenotypes in Patients with Genetic Hearing Loss, and Early Postoperative PTH Determination as Predictor for Postthyroidectomy Hypocalcemia. 

Learn about legendary musicians during the Presidents’ Reception at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, the perfect setting for opening night at the Annual Meeting. Take a moment to enjoy this unforgettable opportunity to network, catch up with longtime friends, and make new acquaintances. 

The OTO Experience will provide a central location to engage with other attendees, industry partners, and the 250+ exhibitors. It is a cornucopia of education, cutting-edge science, innovative technologies, and hands-on learning. 

The AAO-HSNF looks forward to welcoming you to Nashville for #OTOMTG23. Learn more and register today!