SYMPOSIUM: A Life Worth Hearing
A symposium on ear and hearing research, held in conjunction with the Raine Lecture to be given by Prof De Wet Swanepoel, the Raine Visiting Professor at the Ear Sciences Centre, School of Surgery, for 2011.
De Wet Swanepoel, University of Pretoria, has extensive experience in paediatric audiology and in telehealth.
He is involved in a number of international tele-audiology projects, successfully establishing services to many underdeveloped areas, particularly in sub-Sahara Africa.
A series of presentations are on the programme, covering telehealth, audiology, basic science research, tissue engineering, tinnitus, epidemiology, and awareness programmes on the dangers of noise exposure.
The symposium is open to anyone interested in the clinical and research aspects of hearing.
There will be plenty of opportunity to explore collaborative research projects.
Places are limited. The registration form is available on the Symposium website.
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