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Dr. Sulica was one of 3 panelists in an impromptu webinar was presented Monday March 23, 2019 because of changes in clinical practice imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The wideranging discussion covered the rapid shift in priorities as the scarcity of protective equipment becomes critical, unchecked community transmission raises the risk of essential laryngology procedures, and medical attention is increasingly consumed by the pandemic. The panel also anticipated challenges in carrying out...

Co-sponsored by MusiCares and Weill Cornell's Center for the Performing Artist, the Sean Parker Institute for the Voice offered a program of lectures and demonstrations about vocal health aimed at performers on Monday November 13. The inaugural event drew a capacity crowd, underlining the need for education in this area. Legendary voice trainer and therapist Joan Lader was featured as a guest speaker in a program that also covered phonatory anatomy and physiology, the mechanisms of injury...

The Fall Voice Confernce, held in Washington, DC  October 13-14, saw the Sean Parker Institute's Christine Estes, MM, MA-SLP review the Institute's growing experience with vocal injury in fitness instructors, and staff laryngologist Babak Sadoughi, MD examine the safety and efficacy of steroid injecitons of the vocal fold.

Firness instructors are joining teachers and vocal performers as a group at occupational risk for vocal injury. The fast-growing incidence of vocal injury in fitness...

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