About this course
This is a fresh cadaver dissection course designed to introduce the practising otolaryngologist and senior trainee to the fundamentals of EES.
The course dissection is based on the SEES online dissection modules and guide. There will be a structured 8-step dissection, EES operation principles, getting started with EES and live surgery. Each dissector will progress through 2 fresh cadaver endoscopic ear and lateral skull base dissections.
The course has a 20 dissector limit.
Each dissector will dissect 2 endoscope approaches to the ear & lateral skull base.
Go to the Provisional Program
Professor Daniele Marchioni
Professor Marchioni is the Professor and Head of Department at the University of Verona in Italy. Professor Marchioni is world-renowned for progressing the method of EES and has been performing the technique for over 10 years. He is the author of the first comprehensive textbook on the subject and has published widely on the technique. His new textbook on "Endoscope Lateral Skull Base Surgery" is due to be published in 2018. Professor Machioni is a founding member of the International Working Group on Endoscopic Ear Surgery.
Professor Seiji Kakehata
Professor Kakehata has been practising the TEES method for close to 10 years. He is the Professor and Head of Department at Yamagata University in Japan and has an interest in endoscopic bone removal methods and fusion imaging in TEES. Professor Kakehata is a founding member of the International Working Group on Endoscopic Ear Surgery.
Dr Alejandro Rivas Campo
Dr Rivas is an Associate Professor of Otolaryngology and Neurological Surgery at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. he is an early adopter of the endoscopic ear method and one of the USA's first International Working Group members.
Associate Professor Nirmal Patel
Dr Nicholas Jufas
Dr Jonathon Kong
Dr Alex Saxby
Kolling Building, Royal North Shore Hospital
St Leonards NSW 2065
Dissector AUD $2,500
Non Dissector AUD $1,000
For more information go to: Sydney Endoscopic Ear Surgery Research Group 4th Course