Two Separate NIH-Funded Studies Needs Subjects with Tinnitus and Hearing Loss
Michael Seidman, M.D., Henry Ford Hospital and HLAA medical advisor is seeking people for two separate National Institutes of Health-funded studies on tinnitus:
A new study from a the University Texas-Dallas researcher demonstrates the importance of considering developmental differences when creating programs for cochlear implants in infants.
Optical Brain Scanner Go Where Other Brain Scanners Can’t
Unscheduled Changes in Audiology, Internet Sales and Direct Mail – An Interview with Kim Cavitt, Au.D.
Kim Cavitt, AuD, is the owner of Audiology Resources Inc., in the Chicago area. She is also the president-elect for the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. Douglas L. Beck, Au.D., content editor for the American Academy of Audiology, interviewed Dr. Cavitt on the changes and the future of hearing health care.