Supplementary Residency Education Zoom Talks

In response to limitations on resident educational opportunities during the current Covid pandemic, UW Otolaryngology-HNS launched a series of supplemental residency education talks held remotely via Zoom. Faculty were asked to present on topics of their own choosing. These talks were by design less formal, more interactive, and more local than the daily webinars. Discussions were in a format faculty would typically use in the OR when doing cases. As the situation continues, the regular Wednesday morning conferences are being held via Zoom, and many of these recordings are now also being included. There is normally a delay of several days before recordings appear in the list. 

Thanks to all for your flexibility and contribution towards mitigating the negative impacts of Covid on our residents' education!

Tanya Meyer and Maya Sardesai
April 2020

Please click the links below to view the zoom recordings. (You will have the option to view in full screen mode.)


Fri-4/17/2020: Jay Rubinstein, MD, PhD
Everything you always wanted to know about cochlear implants but were afraid to ask 
(Please note the recording begins a few miniutes into the session.)


Tue-4/21/2020: Tanya Meyer, MD
Direct laryngoscopy position and techniques


Thu-4/23/2020: Gavriel Kohlberg, MD
How to find facial nerve in mastoid with no air cells


Fri-4/24/2020: Landon Massoth, MD
Orbital complications of endoscopic sinus surgery


Mon-4/27/2020: Maya Sardesai, MD
Midface trauma


Tue-4/28/2020: Maya Sardesai, MD
Facial analysis


Fri-5/1/2020: Jay Rubinstein, MD, PhD
Complications of cholesteatoma


Fri-5/8/2020: Nina Lu, MD
FPRS oral case review


Wed-5/13/2020: Brittany Barber, MD
Head & neck potpourri


Fri-5/15/2020: Lisa Zughni, MS, CCC-SLP
Total laryngectomy and alaryngeal voice restoration


Wed-5/20/2020: Jay Rubinstein, MD, PhD
Management of Meniere's disease


Wed-5/20/2020: Adam Hill, MD
Physician wellness


Wed-5/20/2020: Manny Jauregui, MD
Research update: Stimulus-evoked cFos activity is not restored by hair cell regeneration following vestibular hair cell destruction


Wed-5/20/2020: Corey Ambrose, MS4
Research update: Vestibular and auditory dysfunction in subjects with cognitive impairment


Wed-5/20/2020: Emily Wilson, MS, CCC-SLP
Laryngeal videostroboscopy


Wed-5/27/2020: Upendra Parvathaneni, MBBS, FRANZCR
Head and Neck RT for ENT residents


Wed-5/27/2020: Cristina Rodriguez, MD
Systemic therapy in squamous cell carcinomas of the head and neck


Wed-7/1/2020: Vidya Atluri, MD
COVID-19 for ENT


Wed-7/22/2020: Tanya Meyer, MD
Airway Emergencies


Wed-7/29/2020: Jennifer Stone, PhD
Research Training Program


Wed-7/29/2020: Jay Rubinstein, MD PhD
Perioperative Neurotology


Wed-8.05/2020: Clifford Hume, MD
Otology On Call


Wed-8/05/2020: Ian Humphreys, DO
IFS On Call


Wed-8/05/2020: Mark Whipple, MD
Deep Neck Space Invasions


Wed-8/12/2020: Nina Lu, MD
Facial Lacerations