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Learning Objectives

Modeling Laryngeal Biology learning objectives
July 7

At the conclusion of this educational activity, participants should be able to …

• Recognize the gene/protein/tissue and functional deficits that define clinical need in our populations of interest
• Understand the strengths and limitations of current experimental models available to laryngeal biologists
• Explain scientific challenges associated with translation of clinically promising assessment and treatment technologies
• Identify areas of greatest need in terms of model development, assay and outcome measures development, cell/tissue availability, etc.

14th Biennial Phonosurgery Symposium learning objectives
July 8 & 9

At the conclusion of this educational activity, participants should be able to …

• Identify sources of new technologies for laryngology
• Define vocal influences of laryngeal inflammation
• Assess timing of treatment
• Recognize the role of surgery for the treatment of hoarseness
• Select appropriate treatment options — therapy versus surgery for neurological impairments of the voice
• Compare approaches for surgical treatment of complex neurological voice disorders
• Review application of angiolytic laser therapy for voice disorders


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