Smell Loss in COVID-19: Who Nose What's Going On

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Although sudden smell loss has long been a consequence of acute viral infections, this sudden sensory loss is a unique marker of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, with implications on disease tracking, pathophysiology, and potentially long-term consequences for the many of millions of persons infected. Please join us as we sniff out the evidence on how and why olfactory loss occurs in COVID-19 infections, and the novel ways to treat olfactory loss.

ABOUT Dr. Nicholas Rowan
Associate Director, Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia Center; Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology

Dr. Nicholas Rowan is an endoscopic sinus and skull base surgeon with a special interest in the management of sinus, intracranial, and olfactory (smell) disorders. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Rowan is actively involved in clinical research. Key areas of interest include the sense of smell and quality of life outcomes in patients that undergo sinus or skull base surgery, with a focus on how to improve patient outcomes and experience. He is a champion for patient care both in his clinical practice and his research endeavors. He has co-authored more than 70 peer reviewed publications, in addition to several book chapters and international guideline statements, including a recent international guideline statement on the sense of smell and the management of olfactory disorders.

 Event Date
Tuesday, October 5, 2021
Start Time: 12:00pm EDT
End Time: 1:00pm EDT

 Location
Via livestream


Baltimore, MD 21218
Livestream

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