Mission and Vision
The Casselberry Award has been established to encourage the advancement of the art and science of Laryngology. The award is given for outstanding manuscripts or accomplishments in Laryngology and consists of a suitable sum of money (up to $1,000) and a certificate from the Association. A manuscript must be submitted for review by a committee appointed annually by the Association's President. Competition for this Award will be limited to those persons whose abstracts are selected for inclusion as an oral presentation in the Annual Scientific Program.
For consideration of the Resident Research Award, residents must request at the time of abstract submission for consideration of the Resident Research Award by responding to the the appropriate question. The abstract will be reviewed for exemplary content by the Program Committee. To be considered for this Award, the presenting author must have not completed his/her residency training.
In consideration for the Young Faculty/Practitioner Award, the presenting author in academic practice must hold the title of assistant professor and be up to five years in practice. An author in non-academic practice is eligible for the award up to five years after completion of training. Request must be made at time of submitting the abstract by checking the appropriate box on the abstract form.
The proceedings of each meeting are published annually in the Transactions and manuscripts from presentations at the meeting are peer reviewed by the editorial board of the ALA official journal, The Laryngoscope.
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