Connecticut ENT Society


Connecticut ENT (Ear, Nose & Throat) Society member physicians are dedicated to enhancing the quality of Otolaryngologic (ear, nose, throat, head and neck) healthcare in the state of Connecticut.

Executive Officers (2014-2016)

President and BOG Governor: David Boisoneau, M.D. (New London)

Immediate Past President and BOG SEGR Representative: Ken Yanagisawa M.D. (New Haven)

President-Elect and Legislative Representative: Ray Winicki, M.D. (Waterbury)

Treasurer and Medicare CAC Representative: Marc Eisen, M.D. (Hartford)

Secretary and Medicare CAC Representative: Elias Michaelides, MD (New Haven)

Executive Committee (2014-2016)

The 5 Executive Officers plus:

Scott Schoem, MD  (Hartford)            Past  President

Steven Levine, MD  (Trumbull)           Past  President

Kourosh Parham, MD (Farmington)   Member-At-Large

Advisory Committee

Eugenia Vining, MD  (New Haven), Doug Ross, MD  (Bridgeport), Denis Lafreniere, MD  (Farmington)  

Important Links

Archive of Meeting Presentations: HERE

American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery:

New England Otolaryngological Society:


Forms to Download (right click and choose "open link in new tab")

Fall Meeting 2015--Vendor Information Packet

Fall Meeting 2015--Exhibitor Agreement

Fall Meeting 2015--Registration

Vendor Credit Card Payment Form

Membership Application

W-9 Form


Upcoming Events


April 28th 2016: Snoring and Sleep Apnea

Guest Speaker: Edward Weaver, M.D.

(Held at Waterview Resort, Monroe, CT) 

Education Mission Statement
The Members of the Connecticut ENT Society are committed to advancing the highest standards of ear, nose and throat care through continuing education activities. The Connecticut ENT  Society's Semiannual Scientific Education Programs are dedicated to improving and protecting our patient’s ear, nose and throat health by presenting advances in the diagnosis and treatment of ear,nose and throat disease. Our target audience includes otolarygologists and their staff, including office managers and medical assistants. Activities range from didactic lectures to participatory activities, and whenever possible are approved for CME credit. We expect that our audience will incorporate best practices, as presented, into their daily practice to improve patient care. Specific competency, performance and patient outcome goals that will result from the program will be proposed by the presenters and evaluated by the participants.