Annual Meeting 2018 in Beijing

September 16th-19th 2018 – Beijing, CHINA

http://www.collegium2018.com.cn

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

This is the announcement of CORLAS Annual Meeting 2018 in Beijing. I am pleased to inform you that the website has been opened (www.collegium2018.com.cn). We sincerely invite you to the meeting and we believe that you will have a wonderful and memorable experience.

Following the spirit of Collegium, we have done our best to prepare every detail of the meeting to make sure that we could offer a perfect platform to promote our friendship and share scientific experience in the field of Otorhinolaryngology.

We have carefully arranged tours and dinners, providing a good chance to take a close look at Chinese culture and know more about China. In aspect of tours, you will visit several World Heritage Sites and some of the most representative attractions. In aspect of dinners, you will experience different Chinese elements in every evening of the meeting. We believe that it will be a most unique experience.

Scientific programme is progressing. We warmly welcome the abstract submission from you. It is a good chance to share your great work and latest research results in the field of otolaryngology worldwidely. So please do not hesitate to submit your abstract when you registering.

It is the greatest honor for Shi-ming Yang and me representing Chinese group to hold the CORLAS Annual Meeting in China. Chinese group, my family and I warmly welcome you to attend the meeting.

Hoping to see you in Beijing at the time.

With warmest regards,

Weining HUANG

Corlas session at the IFOS

A Corlas session on “Viruses and ORL Neoplasms” will take place at the IFOS (Paris) on Monday June 26th, 2017 (10:00-11:30) followed by a Business Meeting (11:30-12:00) and afterwards the Members’ Lunch will start at 12:30 at the Meridien Hotel.

Meeting 2016 Bordeaux

Hosting in Bordeaux the annual conference of this prestigious society, CORLAS (Collegium ORL Amicitiae Sacrum), is a huge privilege for the French group, the ENT School of Bordeaux launched by Professor Georges Portmann and so brilliantly pursued by Professor Michel Portmann.

Georges Portmann was among the founders of the Collegium and organized twice the conference in his city, in 1931 and 1956. Michel Portmann exerted the function of CORLAS Treasurer for a quarter of century (1966-1990) and then passed on this responsibility to Jean-Marie Aran for eight years (1990-1999). Paul van den Broek, then General Secretary (1987-2000), was kind enough to ask me to succeed to Jean-Marie as Treasurer, thus allowing me to join the Board and start working with Pekka Karma.
The CORLAS meeting organized in Lyon by Alain Morgon in 1999, with it’s so particular French touch throughout the conference and the post-conference tour in the Beaujolais, is still in the memory of the many attendees present.
The years during which I had the immense honor to act as General Secretary (2008-2015) have considerably influenced the course of my career and I am greatly indebted to the CORLAS French, honorary and non-honorary, members who supported me during this period so fortunate for me. Without their help, in particular that of Olivier Sterkers, I would not have been able to imagine organizing this conference in Bordeaux.
For decades Bordeaux has attracted numerous tourists knowledgeable in wine. With the remarkable work undertaken by Alain Juppé, Mayor of the city since 1995, the city of Bordeaux nowadays also seduces worldwide visitors for the beauty of many stone-buildings, the delicate homogeneity of its avenues, the renovated banks of its Garonne River. Water and soil have sculpted the organization of the vineyards, Saint-Emilion and Pomerol on the right bank of the Dordogne, Medoc on the left bank of the Gironde estuary, and the trio Graves, Pessac-Léognan and Sauternes on the left bank of the Garonne, south to the city.
The President and the Vice-President of the Bordeaux conference along with the city of Bordeaux will do their best to provide our friends from all around the world with a warm and hearty welcome in August 2016.

+ Official website

+ Scientific programme

Meeting 2015 – San Francisco

Wackym_Ashley

Dear Friends and Colleagues:

It is with great excitement that I welcome you on behalf of the entire US Group to San Francisco. We are planning an extraordinary meeting and experience.

The Palace Hotel will be the meeting venue. It is a beautiful and classic European-style hotel. We were able to negotiate an extremely low rate of $229 per night and all meeting activities will be within the hotel. The website for the meeting is now open (www.collegium2015.com). The meeting room and the exhibit area are contiguous and spacious.

Details regarding the Family Tour and Postcongress Tour are still being finalized, but rest assured there will be ample opportunity for the quality interactions that make the Collegium such a special and unique society.

While the registration rate is higher than has been the case in recent years, the experiences will be phenomenal. The Opening Reception will be held in the Garden Court of the Palace Hotel. The Cultural Evening will be held at the Legion of Honor. The Members Dinner will be held in the African Hall within the California Academy of Sciences and the Accompanying Persons’ Dinner will be held in the Conservatory of Flowers. Finally, the Gala Dinner will be held in the iconic and spectacular San Francisco City Hall. Please follow the links below for more information.

The abstract submission will open on 5 January 2015 and we encourage a robust submission process so that an outstanding program will be created. We are planning some special guest speakers that will further strengthen the program and scientific exchange that make our meetings so special.

I would also like to thank and acknowledge the advice and help that René Dauman, other Board Members and Past-Presidents have provided to us in the planning stages. I am especially grateful to my wife Jeremy who has worked very hard in planning and identifying venues, as well as helping us assess the quality of the experiences that we will have. Finally, Herman Jenkins, Bert O’Malley, Jay Rubinstein, Judy Dubno, Cherie Ann Nathan, Rick Friedman, Brad Welling, Rick Pillsbury, Lloyd Minor and Anil Lalwani have been invaluable in the planning process and helping secure the corporate support that will help assure an amazing meeting at a low cost relative to the expenses associated with the meeting.

Thank you.

With warmest regards,

Ashley


P. Ashley Wackym, MD

President

 

Garden Court of the Palace Hotel.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:2008-0602-SF-PalaceHotel.jpg
http://www.sfpalace.com/gallery

Legion of Honor
http://www.ggcatering.com/venues/Legion_of_Honor

California Academy of Sciences / African Hall
http://www.ggcatering.com/venues/California_Academy_of_Sciences http://www.calacademy.org/academy/exhibits/aquarium/
https://www.calacademy.org/exhibits/academy_tour/naturalhistory/index.html

Conservatory of Flowers
http://www.ggcatering.com/venues/Conservatory_of_Flowers http://www.conservatoryofflowers.org/events/faq

San Francisco City Hall
http://sfgsa.org/index.aspx?page=1117
http://www.ggcatering.com/venues/sf_city_hall