2022 Symposium on Practical
Challenges in Otolaryngology


Snowmass Village, Colorado


February 28 – March 4, 2022





Snowmass Ski

in collaboration with
Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida


Please join us for the 46th Midwinter Symposium on Practical Challenges in Otolaryngology. This premier meeting, the first otolaryngology meeting of its type, consistently draws an enthusiastic audience, both nationally and internationally.

Each year’s program is designed to reflect current, state-of-the-art, practical information on the management of problems in major areas in the specialty of otolaryngology. As always, individual presentations presented by a distinguished faculty will be complemented by interactive questions and discussion.

We look forward to welcoming back those of you who have joined us in the past as well those who will be new to the meeting 2022. An exceptional faculty, program, and conference venue awaits—we hope you won’t miss it!

Barry L. Wenig & Jeffrey R. Janus

Snowmass Ski

in collaboration with
Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida


Please join us for the 46th Midwinter Symposium on Practical Challenges in Otolaryngology. This premier meeting, the first otolaryngology meeting of its type, consistently draws an enthusiastic audience, both nationally and internationally.

Each year’s program is designed to reflect current, state-of-the-art, practical information on the management of problems in major areas in the specialty of otolaryngology. As always, individual presentations presented by a distinguished faculty will be complemented by interactive questions and discussion.

We look forward to welcoming back those of you who have joined us in the past as well those who will be new to the meeting 2022. An exceptional faculty, program, and conference venue awaits—we hope you won’t miss it!

Barry L. Wenig & Jeffrey R. Janus

Snowmass Ski

ABOUT SNOWMASS


With over 3,300 acres of ski terrain, Snowmass is the largest of the four mountains that make up the Aspen/Snowmass resort—Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. Together, the four mountains provide 5,547 acres of world-class skiing, all accessible with a single lift ticket.

Designed as a ski-in, ski-out resort, most Snowmass Village accommodations are slopeside. Convenient, free transportation services include shuttle buses that run throughout the village, skier shuttles that serve the four mountains, and service that continues into the evening between Snowmass and Aspen. See Location/Travel for additional information.

ABOUT SNOWMASS


With over 3,300 acres of ski terrain, Snowmass is the largest of the four mountains that make up the Aspen/Snowmass resort—Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. Together, the four mountains provide 5,547 acres of world-class skiing, all accessible with a single lift ticket.

Designed as a ski-in, ski-out resort, most Snowmass Village accommodations are slopeside. Convenient, free transportation services include shuttle buses that run throughout the village, skier shuttles that serve the four mountains, and service that continues into the evening between Snowmass and Aspen. See Location/Travel for additional information.

Snowmass Ski

Contact Us



REGISTRATION, EXHIBIT AND SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Mariela Garcia
Email: marielag@uic.edu
Phone: 312-996-8093

*Verification of status should be provided on employer or program letterhead and set by email or fax.





LOGISTICAL INFORMATION (Location, lodging, lift tickets,
equipment rental, travel, etc.
)

Jane Whitener
Email: janewhitener@ameritech.net
Phone: 773-271-0223





REGISTRATION, EXHIBIT AND SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

Mariela Garcia
Email: marielag@uic.edu
Phone: 312-996-8093

*Verification of status should be provided on employer or program letterhead and set by email or fax.


LOGISTICAL INFORMATION (location, lodging, lift tickets, equipment rental, travel, etc.)

Jane Whitener
Email: janewhitener@ameritech.net
Phone: 773-271-0223