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Special Student Opportunity

The American Auditory Society is pleased to offer a special membership opportunity for students! Full time AuD or PhD students enrolled in a non-distance learning program are eligible to receive a free one-year membership in the American Auditory Society.

The first 414 students to sign up will receive a complimentary 2014 membership which includes a subscription to our prestigious Ear and Hearing journal and the opportunity to attend our Annual Scientific and Technology Meeting at a reduced rate.

All 414 available complimentary 2014 memberships have now been awarded. Congratulations to the lucky recipients!

This opportunity was made possible by the generous contributions of Audiology IncorporatedIntelligent Hearing Systems, Knowles Electronics, MED-EL Corporation, Oticon, Siemens Hearing Instruments, and Starkey Hearing Technologies.

42nd Annual Scientific & Technology Conference

Save the date for the American Auditory Society's 42nd Annual Scientific & Technology Conference.  The Conference will be held March 5 - 7, 2015 at the Chaparral Suites in Scottsdale, Arizona!

Attendees can call in hotel reservations on the Chaparral's toll-tree reservations number, 1-800-528-1456.  Be sure to reference the American Auditory Society 2015 Annual Meeting to secure our special group rate.  Reservations can also be made online.  Click here to proceed with an online reservation.




AAS - Audiology Online Lectures

The American Auditory Society has teamed up with Audiology Online to offer a series of 1-hour distance education lectures from prominent members of the Society.  The purpose is to provide an excellent sampling of the research and clinical work being done by our various members.

The 2014 lecture series kicked off with Anil K. Lalwani, MD, presenting "Ear Drug Delivery Systems".  Click here to view course details and register to view this recorded webinar.

Our next live webinar, "How Auditory Brainstem Neurons Develop Biophysical Specializations for Temporal Processing" presented by Jason Tait Sanchez, PhD, is scheduled for Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at 11:00 am CDT.  Eric D. Young, PhD will present our third lecture in this series, titled "Changes in Central Auditory Processing Following Acoustic Trauma", on Wednesday, November 5, 2014 at 11:00 am CST.  Information regarding our final lecture for 2014, presented by Sharon G. Kujawa, PhD, will be available soon!

Online lectures can be attended either live or by accessing the recordings 24/7.  CEUs are offered.  More information can be found at

2014 AAS Conference

ChihulyView abstracts from the AAS 41st Annual Scientific & Technology Conference, held March 6-8, 2014:
Conference Program
Podium Session Abstracts
Poster Session Abstracts





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