American Auditory Society / AudiologyOnline Lecture Series

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.

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

Recorded Webinars:

"Accessing the Inner Ear for Diagnosis and Therapy"
Presented by: Konstantina Stankovic, MD, PhD, FACS

"Assessing the Effects of Blast Exposure and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury on Auditory Processing"
Presented by: Frederick Gallun, PhD

"Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder: A Review of Current Knowledge"
Presented by: Yvonne S. Sininger, PhD

"Changes in Central Auditory Processing Following Acoustic Trauma"
Presented by: Eric D. Young, PhD

"Considerations in the Evaluation of Auditory Fitness for Duty in Military Personnel"
Presented by: Douglas S. Brungart, PhD

"Ear Drug Delivery Systems"
Presented by: Anil K. Lalwani, MD

"How Auditory Brainstem Neurons Develop Biophysical Specializations for Temporal Processing"
Presented by: Jason Tait Sanchez, PhD

"Putting the 'Neural' Back in Sensorineural: Cochlear Neurodegeneration in Noise and Aging"
Presented by: Sharon G. Kujawa, PhD

"Rehabilitating Older Ears & Older Brains"
Presented by: Kelly Tremblay, PhD

"Tinnitus Treatment with Acoustic and Electric Stimulation"
Presented by: Fan-Gang Zeng, PhD

"Translating VA Research to Clinical Practice: Optimizing Veteran Outcomes"
Presented by: Lucille Beck, PhD

"Single Sided Deafness and Asymmetric Hearing Loss in Adults and Children"
Presented by: Susan Arndt, MD

"Universal Newborn Hearing Screening: The Evolution of a Public Health Revolution"
Presented by: Christine Yoshinaga-Itano, PhD