The North American Skull Base Society (NASBS) has been actively monitoring and evaluating developments concerning COVID-19, with our foremost goal being to ensure the safety of all who participate in the Skull Base Summer Course. We appreciate your patience as we review all recommendations from the White House and the CDC, while also taking in to consideration travel restrictions for faculty and participants. Please continue to check the NASBS website for more updates on the Summer Course.
Thank you to those that participated at the NASBS 2019 Summer Course!
The North American Skull Base Society (NASBS) held its annual Skull Base Surgery Summer Course for Senior Neurosurgery Residents and Head & Neck Fellows on July 18-21, 2019 at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Course agenda included the following approaches:
- Far Lateral
- Endonasal Ethmoidectomy
- Maxillary Antrostomy
- Endoscopic Transnasal/Transsphenoidal
- Endoscopic Nasal Flap
New at the NASBS 2019 Summer Course– demonstration and practice with the ICA Injury Model.
The labs are conducted in pairs of head & neck fellows and neurosurgery residents, building teams of surgeons that represent the essence of the NASBS. This unique educational experience is organized by the North American Skull Base Society and supported through unrestricted educational grants and in-kind industry support.