68th Annual Meeting of the American Rhinologic Society

Annual Meeting 2022 - Meeting Dates: 9/9-9/10

Abstract Deadline: 4/1/22 CLOSED
Reviewer Deadline: 4/15/22 - PASSED
Notification Emails: 5/13/22 - These have been sent out, if you have not received notification please contact us at [email protected]
Disclosure Deadline: 7/29/22
Manuscript Deadline: 8/6/22

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ARS Headquarter Hotel:  Marriott Philadelphia Downtown

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2022 Fall Film FESStival

This year's FESStival will take place on Friday Sept 9, from 12-1 pm. Click the link below for details on how to submit your video!

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Reminder Regarding Eligibility for ARS Awards:

The ARS is proud to acknowledge the scholarly work of our colleagues by the following awards given to our oral abstract presenters during our Annual Meeting and COSM:

  1. Maurice Cottle Award for Clinical Sciences
  2. Basic Science Award
  3. International Award (Annual Meeting only)

To be considered for these awards, all manuscripts submitted for oral abstract presentation must be received on or before the deadline for manuscript submission for this meeting:

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David W. Kennedy Lectureship

Prof Claire Hopkins, BMBCH MA FRCS DM
Professor of Rhinology
King's College
London, United Kingdom

"Improving outcomes from
sinonasal surgery"

Claire Hopkins is a Consultant Rhinologist at Guy’s Hospital, a large tertiary referral centre in London, UK and Professor of at King’s College London. She is the Past-President of the British Rhinological Society, Academic Chair of ENTUK/BACO, Secretary General Elect of the European Rhinological Society and the President elect of the Royal Society of Medicine’s Section of Laryngology and Rhinology. She has published extensively and is a co-author of the European Position Statement on Rhinosinusitis and Nasal Polyps and the International Consensus on Rhinosinusitis. She has a large research program covering all aspects of medical and surgical management of rhinitis and sinus disease, with a focus on improving outcomes in the management of nasal polyps, using both medical and surgical interventions. She has recently been involved in highlighting the link between COVID-19 and loss of smell and taste and studying the progression of COVID related olfactory dysfunction.