Third windows in the paediatric population

24
April
Event time 19:00 (CEST)
Event type
Webinar
Event type
Balance
Event language
English
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Third windows in the paediatric population

Webinar Academia 24 April 2024

Join us for an enlightening session with Prof. S. Dasgupta from Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Liverpool, UK, as we dive into the intricate world of vestibular disorders in the paediatric population.

Vestibular disorders can significantly impact children's lives, often going undiagnosed. With special expertise and a deep understanding of the inner ear's anatomy and its connections, Prof. Dasgupta will shed light on the often-overlooked phenomenon of 'Third Windows' – a topic that has seen rapid research advancements since its discovery.

From the unique challenges in assessing children's vestibular systems to the pioneering Alder Hey experience in handling these disorders, this webinar promises to be a treasure trove of knowledge for anyone keen on the latest in paediatric otological research.

Don't miss this chance to gain insights from a leading expert in the field and to understand the subtle nuances that differentiate paediatric cases from adults.

Reserve your spot now and be part of this important conversation!

Prof. Soumit Dasgupta

Soumit Dasgupta

MBBS DLO MS FRCS MSc FIAOHNS FRCP

Professor Soumit Dasgupta is an award winning consultant neurotologist/audiovestibular physician and clinical lead in paediatric audiology at Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and the Hypatia Dizziness and Balance Centre in Liverpool, United Kingdom.
He is a honorary senior lecturer in the University of Liverpool UK, a honorary lecturer, Audiology and Deafness, in the University of Manchester UK and a honorary visiting professor, Otology and Skull Base Surgery, in the University of Siena, Italy.
He is a globally acknowledged expert in paediatric vestibular disorders leading one of the few tertiary paediatric vestibular centres in the world and a paediatric vestibular research laboratory.
He is well published in peer reviewed index journals and has written several text book chapters.
He is leading the UK in looking into genetic hearing loss and ototoxicity in the paediatric population with dedicated monitoring protocols and represents the UK in the International Ototoxicity Monitoring Group (IOMG), a global consortium of experts researching in ototoxicity.
He is the international secretary of the International Vestibular Society, the Chairman of Education in the British Association of Audiovestibular Physicians and an executive committee member of the British Society of Neurotology and Otology.
He is an expert reviewer for 9 index journals on Neurotology and Genetics, in the editorial board of four index journals and is an expert adviser to the General Medical Council, United Kingdom.

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