The Triological Society offers otolaryngologists-head and neck surgeons multiple opportunities to update knowledge and skills in otolaryngology through the Combined Sections Meeting (Winter) and Annual Meeting at COSM (Spring).

REMINDER--Abstract Submission Policies

Submitting authors agreed at the time of online abstract submission that the material had not previously been submitted to The Laryngoscope or Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology. Submitting authors also agreed at the time of abstract submission that the material had not been submitted for publication, published or presented previously at another national or international meeting and was not under consideration for presentation at another national or international meeting. The penalty for simultaneous submission/publication is prohibition from presenting at a Triological or COSM meeting for a period of three years.



Manuscript Submission to The Laryngoscope or Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology

Manuscript submission to one of the Society's journals, The Laryngoscope or Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology, is required for all oral presentations. Manuscript submission for poster presentations is optional but encouraged; if you plan to submit a manuscript, you must submit it to The Laryngoscope or Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology. The Society retains the right of first refusal to publish any paper presented as a podium or poster presentation at a Triological Society Meeting. All abstracts accepted for oral and poster presentation are the property of the Society.

The Laryngoscope or Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology instructions to authors and manuscript preparation can be found at The Laryngoscope ScholarOne™ Manuscript Central site here. Authors must use this web-based system for manuscript submission. For inquiries regarding manuscript submission, please email thelaryngoscope@gmail.com.

Required Manuscript Submission (note: these are time frames)


2016 Combined Sections Meeting (Miami Beach, FL) - no sooner than December 18, 2015, and no later than
      January 13, 2016
119th Annual Meeting at COSM (Chicago, IL) - no sooner than April 29, 2016, and no later than May 11, 2016



Travel Awards ($750) Available to Residents, Medical Students, and Fellows

To help offset travel expenses incurred by medical students, residents and Fellows chosen to make presentations at Triological Society meetings, travel funds in the amount of $750 will be awarded to training programs for each medical student, resident, and Fellow selected for a podium or poster presentation. Presenters residing in the city where the meeting is held do not qualify for travel awards.

Medical Students must meet the following criteria:

1. The medical student must submit a Triological Society Student Verification form. The form is available below and must be completed/submitted no later than one month prior to the meeting.

2. The medical student must be the first author and presenter as listed on the abstract and any subsequent submissions to The Laryngoscope or Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology.

3. The student must indicate student status and name of training program in the appropriate boxes on the online abstract submission form.

4. The medical student must register for and attend the Triological Society meeting.

5. Travel awards will be issued to the department/institution at the conclusion of the meeting. An award of $750 will be made for each medical student who has fulfilled the above criteria and upon completion of required documents by the department/institution. Medical students residing in the city where the meeting is held do not qualify for travel awards. Medical students may receive only one travel award per meeting, regardless of the number of presentations being made at the Triological Society sessions. Medical students are eligible for travel awards for both the Combined Sections meeting in January and the Annual meeting held at COSM in April/May.

6. Travel awards are “automatic” if all criteria have been met. There is no application process for the travel awards.

Residents must meet the following criteria:

1. The resident must be a Triological Society Resident member (you do not have to resubmit an application if you are already a Triological Society Resident member). The form is available below and must be completed/submitted no later than one month prior to the meeting.

2. The resident must be in an accredited residency training program at time of submission and presentation.

3. The resident must be the first author and presenter as listed on the abstract and any subsequent submissions to The Laryngoscope or Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology.

4. The resident must indicate resident status and name of training program in the appropriate boxes on the online abstract submission form.

5. The resident must register for and attend the Triological Society meeting.

6. Travel awards will be issued to the department/institution at the conclusion of the meeting. An award of $750 will be made for each resident who has fulfilled the above criteria and upon completion of required documents by the department/institution. Residents residing in the city where the meeting is held do not qualify for travel awards. Residents may receive only one travel award per meeting, regardless of the number of presentations being made at the Triological Society sessions. Residents are eligible for travel awards for both the Combined Sections meeting in January and the Annual meeting held at COSM in April/May.

7. Travel awards are “automatic” if all criteria have been met. There is no application process for the travel awards.

Fellows must meet the following criteria:

1. The Fellow must be a Triological Society Post-Graduate member (you do not have to resubmit an application if you are already a Triological Society Post-Graduate member). The form is available below and must be completed/submitted no later than one month prior to the meeting.

2. The Fellow must be in an accredited Fellowship training program at time of submission and presentation.

3. The Fellow must be the first author and presenter as listed on the abstract and any subsequent submissions to The Laryngoscope or Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology.

4. The Fellow must indicate Fellow status and name of training program in the appropriate boxes on the online abstract submission form.

5. The Fellow must register for and attend the Triological Society meeting.

6. Travel awards will be issued to the department/institution at the conclusion of the meeting. An award of $750 will be made for each Fellow who has fulfilled the above criteria and upon completion of required documents by the department/institution. Fellows residing in the city where the meeting is held do not qualify for travel awards. Fellows may receive only one travel award per meeting, regardless of the number of presentations being made at the Triological Society sessions. Fellows are eligible for travel awards for both the Combined Sections meeting in January and the Annual meeting held at COSM in April/May.

7. Travel awards are “automatic” if all criteria have been met. There is no application process for the travel awards.


Medical Student verification form      •       Resident application      •       PostGraduate application



2017 Meetings

2017 Triological Combined Sections Meeting - January 19-21, 2017 • Sheraton • New Orleans, LA

120th Annual Meeting at COSM - April 26-30, 2017 • Manchester Grand Hyatt • San Diego, CA



2018 Meetings

2018 Triological Combined Sections Meeting - January 18-20, 2018 • Westin Kierland • Scottsdale, AZ

121st Annual Meeting at COSM - April 18-22, 2018 • Gaylord National Resort • National Harbor, MD (Washington, DC area)

2019 Meetings

2019 Triological Combined Sections Meeting - January 24-26, 2019 • Hotel del Coronado • San Diego, CA

122nd Annual Meeting at COSM - May 1-5, 2019 • JW Marriott • Austin, TX



Past Meetings Programs and Posters

2016 Meetings

Combined Sections Program   •   Annual Program   •   View Posters for Combined Sections Meeting

2015 Meetings

Combined Sections Program   •   Annual Program   •   View Posters for Both Meetings

2014 Meetings

Combined Sections Program   •   Annual Program   •   View Posters for Both Meetings

2013 Meetings

Combined Sections Program   •   Annual Program   •   View Posters for Both Meetings

2012 Meetings

Combined Sections Program   •   Annual Program   •   View Posters for Both Meetings

2011 Meetings

Combined Sections Program   •   Annual Program   • View Posters for Both Meetings

2010 Meetings

Combined Sections Program   • Annual Program   • View Posters for Both Meetings

2009 Meetings

Southern/Middle Section Program   •   Eastern Section Program   •   Western Section Program   •   Annual Program   •   View Posters for Both Meetings

2008 Meetings

Southern Section Program   •   Middle Section Program   •   Eastern Section Program   •   Western Section Program   •   Annual Program

View Section Meetings Posters (conference code TS2008)   •   View Annual Meeting Posters (conference code TS2008AM)

2007 Meetings

Combined Sections Program   •   View Combined Sections Meeting Posters (conference code TS2007)   •   Annual Program

View Annual Meeting Posters (conference code TS2007AM)

2006 Meetings

Southern Section Program   •   Eastern Section Program   •   Combined Middle/Western Section Program   •   Annual Program

2005 Meetings

Southern Section Program   •   Middle Section Program   •   Eastern Section Program   •   Western Section Program   •   Annual Program

2004 Meetings

Combined Southern/Middle Section Program   •   Eastern Section Program   •   Western Section Program   •   Annual Program

2003 Meetings

Southern Section Program   •   Middle Section Program   •   Eastern Section Program   •   Western Section Program   •   Annual Program