UCSF OHNS's Dr. Andrew Goldberg Named President-Elect of the Triological Society

May 13, 2022
Dr. Andrew Goldberg

At the recent 124th Triological Society (TRIO) meeting in Dallas, Texas, Andrew N. Goldberg, MD, MSCE, FACS was selected to become President-Elect of the society. Dr. Goldberg is Professor and Vice Chair as well as the Director, Division of Rhinology and Sinus Surgery. He will begin his role as president of the society in the spring of 2023.

Dr. Goldberg was chosen for the role because of his career-long contributions to the society and his eminent standing as a clinician, educator and investigator. He became a TRIO fellow in 2005 with the acceptance of his thesis.

"It is an honor to lead this society," says Dr. Goldberg. "I will make every effort to rise to the task."

The Triological Society was founded in 1895 and is a merit-based society that boasts approximately 1,700 members. It publishes the journal The Laryngoscope, the online platform Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology and the newsletter ENTtoday. TRIO gives away about $500,000 in research grants and travel awards each year.

The 2022 TRIO meeting took place during the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings (COSM) late April, during which UCSF OHNS's Jolie Chang, MD, and Charles Limb, MD, were both inducted into the society.