Yale Otolaryngology is proud to welcome renowned physicians and scientists to present in 2 Lectureship Series throughout the academic year. Our guest speakers lead presentations on their current research, understanding new and innovative treatments and other comprehensive topics relevant to advancing the edification of our division in the ENT community.
The C.T. Lee Lectureship on Humanistic Compassionate Care
The C. T. Lee Fund, endowed in remembrance of K.J.’s parents is to remind us to blend the knowledge to heal with the heart to care: a good doctor takes care of the disease, a great doctor takes care of the patient, finally, treating every patient as if The Patient Is U (TPIU).
"A New Vision for Comprehensive Care for Head and Neck Cancer Survivors"
Jonas T. Johnson, MD and Marci Lee Nilsen, PhD, RN
University of Pittsburgh
March 6, 2020
“’God is Able’: The Significance of a Belief in Miracles for African American Patients with Serious Illnesses”
May 11, 2019
Reverend Gloria White-Hammond, MD
Harvard Divinity School
“Working Virtues in Surgical Practice”
May 11, 2018
Larry R. Churchill, PhD
“A Case-Based Approach to Ethics in Otolaryngology”
April 29, 2016
Andrew G. Shuman, MD
University of Michigan
The Clarence T. Sasaki Lectureship
Presented by the Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Surgery, Division of Surgical Education.
“Global On Line Fellowship”May 22, 2020
Jatin P. Shah, MD, PhD(Hon), DSc(Hon), FACS, FRCS(Hon), FDSRCS(Hon), FRCSDS(Hon), FRCSI(Hon), FRACS(Hon)
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
“Precision Surgery and New Frontiers in Head and Neck Cancer”
April 26, 2019
Maie A. St. John, MD, PhD
University of California, Los Angeles