Lawrence Boies Sr. Alumni Society
The Lawrence Boies Sr. Alumni Society was formed to help keep alumni in contact with each other and the department. The Society was named after Lawrence Boies Sr., who served as head of the department from 1943-1967. Boies invented a surgical tool known as the Boies elevator, used in nose fracture cases, and was instrumental in developing the American Academy of Otolaryngology and the American Academy of Ophthalmology Boards.
The Society can help you develop and grow your career, providing access to otolaryngology colleagues across the country for networking, mentorship and career opportunities.
Already established in your career?
The Society helps maintain your connection to the department and the colleagues you trained with in your residency. We also value your feedback, as we continue to grow the Department of Otolaryngology’s reputation as a highly sought after destination for training, research, and clinical care.