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The Scholarship and Fellowship committee of The American Society of Head Neck Surgery has as its prime responsibility to develop eligibility criteria, mechanisms of submission and deadlines, and to evaluate all submissions and name the winner of the Resident Scholastic Award. Any resident currently enrolled in a residency program (within any field of medicine or surgery), as well as any graduate who is within his first year of postgraduate activity (and completed the research during his active residency), is eligible for this award. Abstracts of the work to be considered are submitted to the chairman of the Scholarship and Fellowship Committee by a deadline, which is published in the major head and neck journals, and is mailed to all program directors within the specialty of otolaryngology-head neck surgery. After submission, all abstracts are sent in a nonidentifiable way as to author or institution to the members of the Scholarship and
ADKINS WY. Scholarship and Fellowship Committee. Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 1988;114(5):503. doi:10.1001/archotol.1988.01860170033011
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