2013 Senturia Lecture

John P. Carey, MD, Chief of the Division of Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, presented the 2013 Senturia lectures October 22 and 23. Dr. Carey presented, "Update in Intratympanic Therapies" to the ENT Club of St. Louis on Tuesday evening. Wednesday morning at Grand Rounds he presented "Superior Canal Dihiscence Syndrome: The Great Masquerader." Other activities of the lectureship included an afternoon instructing ENT residents in the temporal bone lab and visits to local clinic and research facilities.

Dr. Carey and the Otology/Neurotology specialists
from Washington University School of Medicine.
Pictured from left: Jonathon McJunkin, MD; J. Gail
Neely, MD; John Carey, MD; Timothy Hullar, MD;
Richard Chole, MD; and Joel Goebel, MD. Not
pictured: Andrew Drescher, MD.

A plaque and handmade glass model of the inner
ear were part of Dr. Carey's honorarium.
   A 3D rotation of the glass inner ear model, handcrafted
   by Farlow's Scientific Glassblowing.  The model represents
   a one-of-a-kind token of appreciation presented to each
   Senturia lecturer.