The Triological Society recognizes outstanding annual thesis submissions through several awards. The two most prestigious are the Harris P. Mosher and the Edmund Prince Fowler Awards.
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The Mosher Award, established in 1957, is bestowed each year to recognize excellence in clinical research, to perpetuate the ideals of Dr. Mosher, and to bequeath the responsibility of furthering the standards of perfection in study, teaching and practice of otolaryngology. The Fowler Award, established in 1971, recognizes a candidate whose thesis is judged outstanding in the basis science category. This award epitomizes all the attributes of Fowler’s style, character, and purpose.
Harris Peyton Mosher, MD, (1867-1954) also known as “The Chief” to colleagues and students, attended Harvard College and Harvard Medical School in Boston, earning his MD in 1896. He interned in surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and in obstetrics at the Boston Lying-In Hospital. Later, Dr. Mosher taught the first U.S. course in sinus anatomy, and became chief of laryngology at Massachusetts General Hospital. He helped found the American Board of Otolaryngology, and served as its president for more than 20 years.| | | Next → | Single Page