Frontiers: the Art, Science and Future of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery (“Frontiers”) is a biennial conference sponsored by the Foundation that brings together scientists and clinical practitioners to discuss latest research and clinical needs, and provide opportunity to network and forge collaborations.
Every two years, the Foundation ask internationally renowned speakers to present their research, clinical advances, thoughts and questions on matters at the forefront of OHNS and its sub-specialties. Speakers are invitation-only, and selected for their excellence, innovation and collaborations. Attendees can expect diverse, enlightening, even provocative themes, and are encouraged to join the conversation. A Poster session (with prizes available) and social program also allow for relaxed networking opportunities, and some time to enjoy the location of each conference.
Running biennially since 1998 in locations across Australia, the conference is open to national and international delegates, attracting surgeons, scientists, engineers, students, nurses and other specialists with the OHNS community.