Academy Research Conference (ARC) 2017
Pediatrics: Advancements in Assessment and Rehabilitation
April 5, 2017, JW Marriott Indianapolis
Chair: Anne Marie Tharpe, PhD
Our ability to identify, diagnose, and treat infants and children with hearing loss has improved significantly over the last decade as a result of an enhanced understanding of developmental and biological mechanisms, and technological advances. These important elements in the hearing healthcare of children will be examined at ARC, a one-day translational research conference.
Leading researchers whose work has informed our clinical practice will present their latest findings.
Developing a Tool to Assess Speech Perception in Infancy
Phillip Gilley, PhD, and Kristen Uhler, PhD
Measuring Fatigue in School-Age Children with Hearing Loss
Ben Hornsby, PhD
Spatial Hearing, Cognitive Load, and Binaural Benefits in Cochlear Implant Users
Ruth Litovsky, PhD
The Challenge of Hair Cell Regeneration: How Does Normal Development Inform Future Therapeutics?
Brenda Ryals, PhD
Top Ten Technical Tune-Ups for Best Practices in Pediatric Amplification
Susan Scollie, PhD
ARC Registration Rates
ARC includes morning beverages and lunch and a wine and cheese reception. The wine and cheese reception is sponsored in part by Phonak, LLC.
.7 CEUs; offers Tier 1 hours.
Questions? Contact Meggan Olek