IAP2022[The 16th meeting of the International Association of Phonosurgery]

GENERAL INFORMATION

Due to the influence of the coronavirus (COVID-19) spread,
we had decided to postpone the 16th meeting of the International Association of Phonosurgery until next year 2022.

Congress Title

The 16th meeting of the International Association of Phonosurgery (IAP Kyoto 2022)

Date

September 16 (Thu), 17 (Fri), 2021
October 13 (Thu) - 14 (Fri), 2022

Venue

The Westin Miyako Kyoto
(1 Awataguchi Kachocho,Higashiyama-ku,Kyoto 605-0052)
https://global.miyakohotels.ne.jp/westinkyoto/access/ 

President

Michael Benninger
(Chairman, Head and Neck Institute Professor of Surgery, Lerner College of Medicine The Cleveland Clinic)

Congress Chair

Shigeru Hirano
(Department of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine)

Committee

Advisory Board

  • Michael Benninger
  • Marc Remacle
  • Markus Hess
  • Guillermo Campos
  • Robert Sataloff
  • Jean Abitbol
  • Mara Behlau
  • Thomas Murry
  • Iris Rodriguez
  • Domingos Tsuji
  • Virgilijus Uloza
  • Frederik Dikkers
  • Ricardo Serrano
  • Lance Maron
  • Nupur Kapoor Nerurkar
  • Nicolas Maragos
  • Elisabeth Sjogren
  • Kumud Kumar Handa
  • Kristiane Van Lierde
  • Anastasios Hantzakos
  • Andrea Campagnolo
  • Shigeru Hirano

Scientific Committee

  • Michael Benninger
  • Guillermo Campos
  • Markus Hess
  • Mara Behlau
  • Thomas Murry
  • Nupur Kapoor Nerurkar
  • Debra Phyland
  • Akihiro Shiotani

International Faculty

  • Theodore Athanasiadis
  • Charanjit Bahniwal
  • Mara Behlau
  • Michael Benninger
  • Lynn Elisabeth Biseroed
  • Guillermo Campos
  • Linda M Carroll
  • R. Eugenia Chávez Calderón
  • Dinesh Khatri Chhetri
  • Seung-Ho Choi
  • Seth/Hammond Dailey
  • Jeferson Sampaio D'Avila
  • Frederik Dikkers
  • Tuan-Jen Fang
  • Susanne Fleischer
  • Ramon Arturo Franco Jr.
  • Isabel Garcia-Lopez
  • Ahmed Geneid
  • Antoine Giovanni
  • Carmen Górriz
  • Markus Gugatschka
  • Abdul Latif H Hamdan
  • Kumud Kumar Handa
  • Anastasios Hantzakos
  • Markus Hess
  • Guan-Min Floyd Ho
  • Tzu-Yu Hsiao
  • Amanda Hu
  • Rui Imamura
  • Gwen S Korovin
  • Karen Marie Kost
  • Masao Kume
  • Seong Keun Kwon
  • Ying-Ta Lai
  • Byung-Joo Lee
  • Seung-Won Lee
  • Kristiane Van Lierde
  • Jea-Yol Lim
  • Cate Madill
  • Nicolas Maragos
  • Thomas Murry
  • Nupur Kapoor Nerurkar
  • J. Pieter Noordzij
  • Daniel Novakovic
  • Rita R Patel
  • Debra Jean Phyland
  • Marc Remacle
  • William Riley
  • Iris Rodriguez
  • Geraldo Druck Sant'Anna
  • Robert Sataloff
  • Berit Schneider-Stickler
  • Ricardo Serrano
  • Elisabeth Sjogren
  • Jin Ho Sohn
  • Nedio Steffen
  • Susan L Thibeault
  • James Phillip Thomas
  • Wen-Hsuan Tseng
  • Domingos Tsuji
  • Virgilijus Uloza
  • David Vokes
  • Chen-Chi Wang
  • Nathan Welham
  • Peak Woo
  • Taner Yilmaz

Domestic Faculty

  • Kouji Araki
  • Hidenori Inohara
  • Yoshihiro Iwata
  • Toshiro Umezaki
  • Hirohito Umeno
  • Koichi Omori
  • Makoto Ogawa
  • Nobuhiko Oridate
  • Akihiro Katada
  • Chieri Kato
  • Yukio Katori
  • Yo Kishimoto
  • Asanori Kiyuna
  • Toshiyuki Kusuyama
  • Yoshihiko Kumai
  • Toshiki Kobayashi
  • Koichiro Saito
  • Kiminori Sato
  • Tetsuji Sanuki
  • Akihiro Shiotani
  • Osamu Shiromoto
  • Shinsuke Suzuki
  • Shunichi Chitose
  • Ichiro Tateya
  • Niro Tayama
  • Ryoji Tokashiki
  • Hiromi Nagai
  • Kazuhiro Nakamura
  • Yukiko Ikui
  • Takaharu Nito
  • Kenichi Nibu
  • Hirotaka Hara
  • Masamitsu Hyodo
  • Yasushi Fujimoto
  • Kazunori Fujiwara
  • Hiroumi Matuzaki
  • Shigeyuki Murono
  • Noriko Morimoto
  • Taku Yamashita
  • Masaru Yamashita
  • Haruhito Saida
  • Yusuke Watanabe

About Kyoto

Kyoto, one of the most visited destinations in Japan. The city proudly reigned as capital of Japan for 1200 years before it moved to Tokyo. The history and heritage of this city lives on in the 1.5 million population modern city: Seventeen UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites are situated in a cityscape dominated by 2000 temples and shrines. The city offers you endless opportunities to gain meaningful hands-on experience of rich Kyoto culture through Tea Ceremony, sake brewing, kimono wearing, swordsmanship, and more. Japan is renowned for its beauty and the compactness; Kyoto makes for a wonderful strolling.

September temperatures in Kyoto:
Average high (C/F): 28/83, Average low (C/F): 20/68
September is an excellent time to travel in Kyoto!

Secretariat

Convention Linkage, Inc.
634 Shichikannon-cho, Karasuma-dori Rokkaku-sagaru, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto 604-8162, Japan
Tel:+81-75-231-6357 Fax:+81-75-231-6354
E-mail:iap2021@c-linkage.co.jp