SYMPOSIUM: A Life Worth Hearing Symposium
Fourth annual A Life Worth Hearing Symposium on Ear and Hearing Research. The keynote speaker will be James Hall. Jay is one of the world’s most well known
audiologists. Many know him through his popular audiology
textbooks. He has authored over 150 peer-reviewed
articles and book chapters. His was one of the 34 founders of the American Academy of Audiology, and in 2012 received
Distinguished Achievement Award from the Academy.
His clinical and research interests include electrophysiology, tinnitus/ hyperacusis and auditory processing disorders.
Jay's address will be titled The Future of Audiology.
Other keynotes will be from Prof Romola Bucks, UWA, Prof Leon Straker, Curtin University, Prof Fred Chen, Lions Eye Institute, and Heather McLaren, Telehealth Unit, Western Australia Country Health Service.
These and other speakers will address various current topics in ear and hearing research, including cognition, epidemiology, audiology, tissue engineering, and telehealth.
Registration fees apply, with special rates for researchers and students.
James Hall III
Lecture Theatre, Harry Perkins Institute for Medical Research
: 6380 4900
Fri, 27 Jun 2014 08:30
Fri, 27 Jun 2014 17:00
RSVP is required.
Rob Eikelboom <[email protected]>
Tue, 24 Jun 2014 22:44
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