The ESBS organises a bi-annual congress which attracts more than 500 participants each edition. This shows the eminent importance of sharing knowledge and meeting up with peers. Please find here events throughout the year in the field of skull base surgery.
In 2018 and 2019 their first two courses sold out to maximum capacity with surgeons from around the world who joined in New York City to learn the latest in endoscopic ear, sinus, skull base, and orbital surgery in lectures and hands-on surgery lab. In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they moved the course online and created free access worldwide. They were thrilled when over 5,000 participants from 125 countries joined last year! They are very excited to present the 4th Annual Columbia University Endoscopic Otolaryngology Course, with free participation worldwide!Read more
The anatomic region of the skull base is complex and poses surgical challenges for otolaryngologists and neurosurgeons alike. To treat the various conditions that can affect the skull base, a highly specialized set of surgical procedures is needed. In most cases, lesions lie in close proximity to vital structures what makes skull base surgery very challenging.Read more
From sinuses to skull base hands-on dissection and live streaming surgery. Aim of this course is to offer an overview of the applications of transnasal endoscopic surgery, starting from simple procedures performed under local anesthesia to more extensive operations adopted for inflammatory disease, benign and malignant sinonasal tumors, skullbase diseases, sellar and parasellar lesions, down to the clivus, nasopharynx and craniovertebral junction.Read more
The 7th edition of the Endoscopic Skull Base Dissection Course will take place in Athens, Greece. The course will provide an excellent opportunity for participants to listen to lectures by an outstanding international faculty which will cover both the basis, as well as the latest developments of endoscopic skull base surgery.
Furthermore, participants will be able to get hands-on experience and update their knowledge of skull base anatomy through the cadaveric dissection sessions.
The present pandemic situation is still alarming on the local as well as on the global level. The impact on your decision whether to attend the 2021 ESBS Congress is inevitable, although the date is a few months far from now and the organization is well underway.
For this reason, the Presidents of the ESBS Congress, the Scientific Committees, and the members of the Executive Committee have unanimously taken a hard but undelayable decision to postpone the Congress to Spring 2022.