Meeting & OTO EXPO will take place in San Francisco, California, USA, September 11-14, 2011.

Contact: Catherine R. Lincoln, CAE, MA
Senior Manager, International/Humanitarian
Tel: 1-703-535-3738
Fax 1-703-299-1124

The American Academy of Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF) is pleased to announce that its next Annual Meeting & OTO EXPO will take place in San Francisco, California, USA. Please join us at the world’s largest gathering of the specialty, September 11-14, 2011.

Please post the following on your website or share it with your colleagues: The 2011 Call for Papers will be available at where abstracts may be submitted:
• Miniseminars and Instruction Courses: submission opens November 8, 2010; deadline December 6, 2010; notification March 2011.
• Scientific Program: submission opens January 19, 2011; deadline February 14, 2011; notification May 2010.

Academy members enjoy special rates for meeting registration. To join, visit or email for an application form.

Starting mid-May 2011, visit for the latest Annual Meeting & OTO EXPO updates, or look in a spring issue of the Bulletin, which carries the preliminary program information. In May, registration and hotel reservations will be available online at

Among special events for international registrants, are a reception and orientation for new members, Saturday, September 10, and an International Dessert Reception open to all international attendees and their spouses on Tuesday, September 13. International visitors are encouraged to wear their national dress or a flag lapel pin at the President’s Reception September 11 and at all evening receptions.

For attendees who need a U.S. visa, an invitation letter can be requested at no extra charge when registering online. The U.S. government recommends applying for a visa at least five months before arrival in the U.S.A. To learn more, visit

If you have questions, contact The Academy looks forward to welcoming you to the 2011 Annual Meeting & OTO EXPO, the world’s largest gathering of otolaryngologists—head and neck surgeons.