Our Research Associates work with an interdisciplinary team of doctors & scientists, playing an integral role in clinical research. They share discoveries with colleagues around the world through scientific publications and presentations at regional, national and international meetings.
Cutting Edge Research
THANC’s team of investigators created the Intraoperative 3D Scanning Technique to streamline communication during head & neck cancer surgeries. This hi-tech improvement uses digital models of surgical specimens allowing pathologists & surgeons to interact in real-time while performing complex surgeries.
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Important Days in May
Nat’l Nurses Day
Raises awareness of the important role nurses play in society.
Nat’l Nurses Week
Nat’l Nurses Week ends on May 12th, the birthday of Florence Nightingale. It was first observed in October 1954—the 100th anniversary of Nightingale’s mission to Crimea.
Nat’l Women’s Health Week
Each year, Nat’l Women’s Health Week starts on Mother’s Day to encourage women to make their health a priority.
World Thyroid Day
The goal of this day is to increase awareness of thyroid health and educate about the prevention and treatment of thyroid diseases.
Thyroid Awareness Week
The week-long event all over the world is great for raising awareness of thyroid conditions, both how it affects those of us with it, but also the signs and symptoms to get more people diagnosed sooner.
World No Tobacco Day
This annual event is intended to encourage a 24-hour period of abstinence from all forms of tobacco consumption around the globe.
A novel method of hard palate reconstruction utilizing a combination of the buccal fat pad and palatal island flap
A novel technique for management of stenosis of the postlaryngectomy stoma with preservation of a functional tracheoesophageal puncture following tracheal resection
Cuneiform (cuniculatum) variant of oral squamous cell carcinoma revisited
The anatomical basis for preserving the blood supply to the parathyroids during thyroid surgery, and a review of current technologic advances