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Sir Charles Bell Society

PART 1The sir charles bell society (scbs) is a non-profit multidisciplinary medical organization founded in 1992 in Cologne. The intent of the scbs is to concentrate knowledge and to present a platform of exchange for all people and professions dealing with facial nerve problems. It is dedicated to the collection, dissemination, and the interchange of ideas relating to the facial nerve, thus furthering cooperation and encouraging global friendship to improve the quality of care deliver to facial palsy patients. The organization of a quadrennial International Symposium (to be held in 2013 in Boston) has become a major tool towards this goal. The scbs is to be an international forum for clinicians of all medical specialties and researchers in basic or clinical science who have as special interest in the facial nerve and its disorders. This unique international multi-disciplinary organization is dedicated to the collection, dissemination and exchange of ideas relating to the facial nerve and its diseases. Their first charge was to aid Professor Naoki Yanagihara in organizing the VIIIth International Facial Nerve Symposium to be held in Japan in 1997. The sir charles bell society was officially recognized June 23, 1993, incorporated in the state of California as a non-profit mutual benefit corporation organized under the non-profit mutual benefit corporation law. With the able assistance of Paul Mulkens (The Netherlands) and Gisle Djupesland (Norway) the first scheduled meeting of the scbs convened in Istanbul on June 23, 1993 during the International Federation of Otolaryngological Societies Meeting (IFOS). The first scheduled meeting of the scbs convened in Istanbul on June 23, 1993 during the International Federation of Otolaryngological Societies Meeting (IFOS). In 1997 the proximity of IFOS and the VIIIth Facial Nerve Symposium, prevented many scbs members from attending the IFOS- meeting in Australia. Therefore the planned preliminary organizational meeting of the scbs in Sydney was limited. The final organizational meeting was held April 15, 1997 at the VIIIth International Facial Nerve Symposium in Matsuyama, Japan.

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