A Canadian physician has won the AAO Head and Throat Surgery Distinguished Program Award.

Lorne Parnes is certainly a Professor in the Section of Otolaryngology -Mind and Neck Medical procedures and Clinical Neurological Sciences at Western University’s Schulich College of Medicine & Dentistry. He is also the Medical/Surgical Director of the LHSC cochlear implant program, and site chief for the Division of Otolaryngology at the University Hospital site of London Health Sciences Centre in London, Ontario. Dr. Parnes received his award at this week was held by a ceremony as part of the AAO 2012 Annual Meeting, kept in Washington, DC. The award is offered to medical professionals in recognition of extensive meritorious provider through the display of instructional classes, scientific papers, participation on AAO committees, or within an Academy leadership placement.At the Jefferson County Fairgrounds. The function will bring together students and job hunters looking to find out more about bioscience industry employment and training opportunities in the condition. The announcement is made by Denise Brown, CBSA Interim Executive Director, who says the reasonable is being kept in response to business growth and workforce needs in Colorado’s bioscience sector. Colorado’s bioscience cluster continues to grow and develop, bringing extra job opportunities to the state. The industry is a desirable one where to work, due primarily to its concentrate on creating lifestyle saving therapies and devices and providing meaningful career paths. We believe our Profession and Resource Fair will help offer those with an interest in the industry more background information and possibly open doors to a fresh career, Brown explains.