ERS 2018 27th CONGRESS OF THE EUROPEAN RHINOLOGIC SOCIETY IN LONDON ON 22-26 APRIL 2018

 

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS TO DATE

 

Shazada  Ahmed, UK
Isam Alobid, Spain 
Claus Bachert, The Netherlands
Tomislav Baudoin, Croatia
Manuel Bernal Sprekelsen, Germany
Hans Rudy Briner, Switzerland 
Simon Carney, Australia
Sean Carrie, UK
Ricardo Carrau, USA
Anders Cervin, Australia
Rick Chandra, USA
Noam Cohen, USA
John DelGaudio, USA
Martin Desrosiers, Canada
Richard Douglas, New Zealand
Wytske Fokkens, The Netherlands
Christian von Buchwald, Denmark

Philippe Gevaert, Belgium
Peter Hellings, Belgium
Claire Hopkins, UK
Werner Hosemann, Germany
Thomas Hummel, Germany
Peter Hwang, USA
Mark Jorissen, Belgium
Reda Kamel, Egypt
David Kennedy, USA
Bob Kern, USA
Ludger Klimek, Germany
Bhik Kotecha, UK
Basile Landis, Switzerland
Andreas Leunig, Germany
Valerie Lund, UK
Gerry McGarry, UK
Salil Nair, New Zealand
Paul White, UK

Noybuashi Otori, Japan
Pietro Palma, Italy
JamesPalmer, USA
Carl Philpott, UK
Joanne Rimmer, Australia
Michael Rudenko, UK
Luke Rudmik, Canada
Ray Sacks, Australia
Rod Schlosser, USA
Brent Senior, USA
Daniel Simmen, Switzerland
Tim Smith, USA
Heinz Stammberger, Austria
Par Stjarne, Sweden
Pavol Surda, UK
Peter Valentin Tomazic, Austria
Thibault van Zele, Belgium
Richard Voegels, Brazil

    Keynote Speaker

Alice Roberts

 

Professor Alice Roberts

We are delighted to announce that Professor Alice Roberts will be speaking at the opening ceremony.

Alice has managed to find time to attend despite launching her latest book, presenting TV documentaries, interviewing Sir David Attenborough, and holding a Chair in Public Engagement in Science. She embarked in surgical training, but after undertaking a post as an anatomy demonstrator, her passion for osteology and palaeontology has taken her on a fascinating career all over the globe.

She will talk on the nose from an evolutionary perspective, and will attempt to answer the question that many patients ask; why do we have sinuses?