October 25, 2011
January brought a trip to Minneapolis to speak before members of the Minnesota Otolaryngologic society meeting; April included sitting on a panel at the American Laryngological Association meeting in Chicago; May was Merida, Mexico for lectures and panel discussions for their national Otolaryngology meetings; June included an invitation to be keynote speaker at the annual Yale Andy Blitzer Voice Symposium, June 4. June also included a Grand Rounds lecture delivered to the Department of Neurology, University of Tennessee (Memphis). In September there were two courses taught at the American Academy of Otolaryngology (San Francisco), and responsibility as a faculty member for a regional symposium of the National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association, in Milwaukee. Topics at the above events included the diagnostic model for voice disorders; spasmodic dysphonia (laryngeal dystonia); office-based laser and other procedures; vocal fold microsurgery; and sensory neuropathic coughing.