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Upcoming Events

Reflux Roundtable 2020: Knowledge, Practice and Questions

Date:  January 15, 2020
Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Genetech Hall - Byers Auditorium (Mission Bay)

Details: Unique educational format of a brief review of the evidence for current practice followed by an audience-wide moderated discussion for each topic. 

Event Flyer: Reflux Roundtable Flyer (pdf)

Meeting Directors:
Clark A. Rosen, MD
Priya Kathpalia, MD


Past Events

UCSF Professional Voice Symposium: Advancing Care of the Singing Voice

Date: June 1st, 2019
Time: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Location: UCSF Rock Hall - 1550 4th St.  San Francisco, CA 94158

Description:
This is a one-day course presented by a multi-disciplinary team of voice and other medical specialists directed toward singers, speech language pathologists, singing voice teachers, physicians and other professionals interested in the singing voice. This dynamic program will provide a foundation for understanding voice production, special considerations for the vocal professional, insights into a lifetime of vocal performing and power with Joan Baez, in addition to practical case presentations. Please join us to learn and contribute to the discussion! Networking lunch, food will be provided.

Featuring: Joan Baez

Course Directors:
Clark A. Rosen, MD
Sarah L. Schneider, MS, CCC-SLP


Dr. Michael M. Johns from USC visits the UCSF Voice and Swallowing Center Team

April 24, 2019

Dr. Micheal M. Johns III from the USC Voice Center spent some time with the Voice and Swallowing Center team discussing cases and sharing ideas prior to presenting grand rounds on Physician Burnout. He provided great perspective and insight on self-care. 

 

 

 

 


Honored Grand Round Speaker

December 19, 2018

We were honored to have hosted Peter Belafsky, MD, PhD, Professor & Vice Chair, Director of Center for Voice and Swallowing, Department of Otolaryngology/HNS, University of California, Davis School of Medicine, to present a Grand Rounds lecture entitled, "Epic or Fail: Innovations in Dysphagia Research".

He taught us about creativity, taking risks and life long learning all in the context of advancing care for our patients with dysphagia.