Hilary Brodie, professor and chair of the Department of Otolaryngology, is the president of the American Neurotology Society. He began his term as president of the society May 1.
The American Neurotology Society (ANS) is committed to improving public health care through the provision of high-quality continuing medical education (CME) to its members. The overall goal of the society’s CME committee is to provide CME activities that will address the knowledge gaps and enhance the clinical competence of the participants.
ANS members consist predominantly of otolaryngologists, otologists, neurotologists, skull base surgeons and allied health professionals, including neurosurgeons, otoneurologists, audiologists, residents in training and researchers in these fields.
Brodie has a subspecialty practice in otology and neurotology. His clinical focus is in hearing loss and various diseases affecting the middle and inner ears. He works with a team of audiologists, speech pathologists, and physical therapists to provide comprehensive programs in cochlear implantation and in the treatment of vestibular disorders.