The Neuro-Otology Society of Australia

Care, research and teaching in respect to disorders of balance and hearing  due to disease of the inner ear or the brain.


27th Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting

Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th November 2017

(Training Day: Sunday 5th November)

Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney


Registration is now open to attend the 27th Annual Meeting of the Neuro-Otology Society of Australia which will be held on Fri 3rd and Sat 4th November, with a Clinical Training Day on Sun 5th November 2017, at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Our guest speaker this year will be Prof. Michael Strupp from the Department of Neurology and German Center for Vertigo and Balance Disorders, Ludwig-Maximilians University Hospital, Munich. Prof. Strupp is a world leader in Neuro-otology and has major interests in the therapeutics and diagnosis of peripheral and central vestibular disorders.

There will be the usual interesting clinical case discussions, as well as some didactic presentations on topics of interest. The meeting is always friendly and informal and will be of major interest to otologists, neurologists, audiologists, physiotherapists, scientists, as well as ENT and neurology trainees.

 The meeting will begin on Friday morning and conclude on Saturday. A training day will be held on Sunday 4th November.

Friday 3rd: Change of venue to Bosch Lecture Theatre - Details are here

Download NOTSA 2017 Program (Updated 2-Nov)
Download NOTSA Abstracts
  (Updated 1-Nov)

Note: NOTSA 2017 Annual Membership

2017 NOTSA membership is now due and can be paid via the on-line booking site.  The annual fee is $50.00.

To register for the meeting visit:  https://www.trybooking.com/QMDG

Last updated:  2-Nov-2017