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7th International Bone Course

March 2025
Los Angeles, CA 90404

Course objectives

This course is designed for international residents and Otolaryngologists, although it is open to anyone with an interest in Otology.

The objectives of this course are to give a broad based exposure to general topics in Otology, so that upon completion of the course, one will have a greater comfort level with the understanding of ear disease and its management.

The laboratory sessions are designed to teach middle ear anatomy and correlate this with basic surgical approaches to ear diseases.

Didactic sessions held on the Pacific Neuroscience Institute Campus are designed to review the basics of chronic ear disease, OCR, acoustic tumors, the role of the endoscope in ear surgery, the reading of the CT scan, and how to deal with idiopathic and iatrogenic complications.


Courtney Voelker, MD.

Division Director Otology and Neurotology
 Pacific Neuroscience Institute

Los Angeles, CA

Chester Griffiths, MD.

Division Director of Eye, Ear, and Skull Base
 Pacific Neuroscience Institute

Los Angeles, CA

Garni Barkhoudarian, MD.

Neurosurgery; Co-Director Pituitary Disorders Center
Director, Adult Hydrocephalus Center; Director, Facial Pain Center; Chief, Radiosurgery Program
Director, SJCI / PNI Neuroanatomy Laboratory

Richard Wagner, MD.
Clinical Otologist

Director of Global ENT Outreach

John Go, MD.
Professor of Radiology USC School of Medicine
Los Angeles, CA

Joni Doherty, MD.
Professor of Otolaryngology USC School of Medicine
Los Angeles, CA


Pacific Neuroscience Institute

2200 Santa Monica Blvd.

Santa Monica, Ca 

Airport: LAX Los Angeles

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For further course information please download the pdf file below. Should you have further questions please email us and we will respond within 24 hours.

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