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7th Annual Summer Sinus Symposium

Dear Colleague,

Seattle will host the seventh annual American Rhinologic Society’s Summer Sinus Symposium on July 12-14, 2018 at the Westin Seattle. One of the most well attended educational courses in all
of otolaryngology, the ARS Summer Sinus Symposium once again promises to offer an exciting, comprehensive, and practical program presenting the state of the art in clinical rhinology. Our goal is to offer private practice and academic otolaryngologists the highest level of rhinology education available anywhere in the world.

The Summer Sinus Symposium is free to all ARS members through the generous support of our industry partners and through the dedication and volunteer spirit of our faculty. Our course directors Drs. Greg Davis, Marc Dubin, and Douglas Reh have once again created a program broad in content and reach, and high in value for the practicing otolaryngologist and allied health professional involved in rhinologic patient care.
A large and experienced faculty will address contemporary topics such as primary, revision, and advanced sinus surgery, medical treatment of rhinosinusitis, office rhinologic surgery, complications of sinus surgery, and allergy, amongst others. Through panel discussions and
debates, demonstration dissections, and audience response systems, we strive to create an interactive learning environment, highly praised by past attendees. The course emphasizes a collegial atmosphere where interactions between practicing otolaryngologists, rhinology thought
leaders, and industry partners are fostered.

We look forward to seeing you in Seattle!

Richard R. Orlandi, MD, FARS
President, American Rhinologic Society


  • When

  • 07/12/18 - 07/14/18
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Pacific Time

  • Where

  • The Westin Seattle
    1900 5th Avenue
    Seattle, Washington 98101

SPECIAL EVENT - Chihuly Glass Museum - Cocktail reception

ARS.SSS2018 - Chihuly 2


A short monorail ride from the Westin Seattle Hotel, the Chihuly Garden and Glass museum is dedicated to the work and career of locally born, world-renowned glassblower Dale Chihuly, who was introduced to the craft while studying at the University of Washington. Today, his work is included in more than 200 museum collections worldwide, with Chihuly Garden and Glass the most comprehensive collection of his art to date, with interior galleries featuring a variety of his work in the medium. Chihuly Garden and Glass, a long-term exhibition, opened at Seattle Center in 2012.


ARS.SSS2018 - Monorail


Since Seattle hosted the World’s Fair in 1962, the Seattle Center has remained an integral part of the local community. The iconic Space Needle is an important reminder of the dreams of that time. Owned and managed by the Wright family, children of Howard S. Wright II who constructed it, the Space Needle continues to be an icon for innovation, originality and imagining the future.

When the opportunity to reinvigorate Seattle Center arose, the Wright family took interest. They invited Northwest artist, Dale Chihuly, to present a comprehensive collection of his work. Having always loved the Space Needle, Chihuly was delighted with the opportunity to design an Exhibition Hall, a Garden installation and a Glasshouse in his own community. Through its community partners, Chihuly Garden and Glass supports opportunities for education and involvement in the arts.


Through the work of artist Dale Chihuly, we celebrate our region’s creative energy and inspire visitors to engage with our region’s cultural community.



ARS.SSS2018 - Chihuly


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