The Ear Research Foundation offers a variety of educational community events that are free to the public including lunch and learns, lecture series, and webinars covering common and unusual ear conditions.
View the recorded webinars from our Hearing Education Series.
The Ear Research Foundation (ERF) established one of the first Clinical Otolaryngology Fellowships in the United States in 1983. The Fellowship is a one-year program for board-eligible Otolaryngologists where fellows gain specialized training and cutting-edge experience.
The oldest one-year clinical fellowship in the country.
Course for medical professionals, with lectures, panel discussions, and lab demonstrations.
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Society of Ear Research Foundation Fellows
The Society of Ear Research Foundation Fellows (SERFs UP) meets twice a year; at the AAO and in another place for a weekend of educational interchange and fellowship. As of 2015, 41 fellows have graduated the one-year program.
Through its mission of research, education, and community care, the Ear Research Foundation has helped thousands of individuals with hearing loss and balance disorders.