Auditory Biophysics Lab

About the Lab

Hearing loss is highly prevalent worldwide and is a growing concern as it impacts our ability to learn, work and remain socially connected at all stages of life. The World Health Organization recognizes hearing loss as a priority area. Investigators in the Auditory Biophysics laboratory works in close collaboration with ear surgeons and biomedical companies to develop hearing assistive devices, eardrum grafts, new diagnostic techniques (including imaging approaches and analysis software) and surgical training simulators with a focus on translation from the laboratory to clinical/surgical practice.

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