Research from our National Centre for Audiology was well represented at the Faculty of Health Sciences’ 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition and poster presentation. (Read full article) February 26, 2015
Reflections on a 50-Year Journey of Hearing Aid Fittings in Infants and Young Children
Improving outcomes through amplification for children with hearing loss is one of the themes participants will explore at an upcoming guest lecture by Richard Seewald, Professor Emeritus, National Centre for Audiology, at the Sound Intuition’s Warren Estabrooks Speaker Series on April 24, 2015. (Read full article) February 26, 2015
Make Listening Safe
Recreational noise-induced hearing loss is a rising concern for youth and teenagers, and children’s activities may place them more at risk. (Read full article) January 23, 2015
Cochlear Implant Lecturer
Prolonged periods of deafness, from a young age, are known to alter processing in the auditory system. For example, partial deafness can result in over representation of lesion edge frequencies in primary auditory cortex, while profound deafness can result in a complete scrambling of the normal cochleotopic organization. (Read full article)
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