Alumnus of the Year Award Recipients


2015 9:26:56 AM

2017 - Kevin McLaughlin, MD
2016 - Justin M. Tenney, MD
2015 - Laura T. Hetzler, MD
2014 - Daniel W. Nuss, MD
2013 - Robert G. Peden, MD
2012 - George Lyons, MD
2011 - Michael Hagmann, MD
2010 - R. Graham Boyce, MD
2009 - Evelyn Kluka, MD (Alumna)
2008 - Michael D. DiLeo, MD
2007 - Jeffrey Joseph, MD
2006 - Alumni Day not held
2005 - Robin Barry, MD
2004 - Bradley J. Chastant, MD
2003 - R. Patrick Cecola, MD
2002 - Charles I. Berlin, PhD
2001 - Doug Webster, MD
2000 - Herb Marks, MD
1999 - Louis Cucinotta, MD
1998 - Jim Creely, MD
1997 - Ray Lousteau, MD

Otorhinolaryngology Alumni Association

 

**UPCOMING EVENTS**

July 6-9, 2017 North American Skull Base Society Skull Base Surgery Summer Workshop

 Quarterly Oral Cancer Screenings. See webpage for details and dates.

 

Annual Report

A Decade in Review and a Vision of the Future

 

Benefits of Membership

  • Opportunities to earn Category I CME credits
    • Weekly Otology and Tumor Board Conferences (Wednesdays 4-6pm)
    • Monthly Didactic Day (1st Tuesday of each month)
  • Invitation to our Annual Residents’ Research and Alumni Day in June
  • Presentation of annual award for Alumnus of the Year
  • Access to departmental temporal bone labs in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Lafayette
  • Annual LSU-ENT Alumni Association Reception, at the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery meeting

Annual Dues

The department conducts a variety of valuable activities that are not supported by institutional funding. These activities are of significant benefit to our alumni, our residents, our students, and to the medical community at large, and we use Alumni Dues to help defray some of the associated costs. In addition, your dues help support resident education by sponsoring research awards and defraying the costs of travel to academic and scientific meetings, where residents present papers showcasing their work in the LSU program.

Click here to download form to join or renew membership

Graduate Statistics

Between 1986-2009:

  • LSU has trained 70% of Louisiana's ENT physicians
  • All Otolaryngologists ABO certified
  • 100% ABO certification rate, on 1st attempt, for all candidates in the past 10 years
  • 87 graduates of program
  • 21 female, 66 male
  • 19 entered academic fellowships
  •  6 practicing as Plastic surgeons
  •  66 in full-time private practice of ENT
    • 51 in Louisiana
    • 15 in other states