Limited funding for research has resulted in little or no growth in the number of faculty in basic science departments.
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Triological President Derald E. Brackmann, MD, takes a historical look at glomus tumors and neurotology, and Pulitzer Prize winner David Oshinsky, PhD, discusses how the March of Dimes and the polio vaccine trials of 1954 revolutionized philanthropy and medical research on opening day of the Triological Society’s 2015 Combined Sections Meeting.
Last fall, the Triological Society gave two new Clinical Scientist Development Awards, one cosponsored by the American College of Surgeons, to physicians already awarded an NIH Mentored Clinical Scientist Development Award. ENT Today recently talked to the two new awardees, who are studying adult hearing loss and dizziness.