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What does space travel and otology have in common?At first glance, not much, however new research by one of our key speakers for this event, Consultant ENT surgeon Mr Chris Coulson, is bringing space science to balance and tinnitus.Attend this event to learn about the future of otology and how technology is being incorporated to practice for better patient outcomes. You will also have the opportunity to meet with visiting JLO professor, Dr Robert Jackler, who is an otologist-neurotologist who specialises in complex ear diseases. He has a special interest in tumours of the lateral and posterior cranial base and has written numerous analytical papers derived from his microsurgical series. topics covered• The potential impact of advanced robotics on surgery• How otology may develop in future practicespeakersProfessor David Baguley, Professor of Hearing Sciences, University of NottinghamMr Chris Coulson, Consultant ENT Surgeon, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation TrustDr Robert Jackler, Edward C And Amy H Sewall Professor In Otorhinolaryngology and Professor of Neurosurgery Surgery, Stanford University, California, USAratesThis meeting is free for RSM members. Non-members: £5 – £70