Academy Research Conference (ARC)
The American Academy of Audiology’s Academy Research Conference (ARC) is an annual one-day translational research conference which was launched in 2009. The conferences are equally designed for audiologists who wish to gain a better understanding of the latest research in areas of critical need and positively impact the care of their patients; as well as scientists who want a deeper knowledge and understanding of the latest findings in these translational areas of study. Post-doctoral fellows and doctoral students in audiology and the hearing sciences will also have the opportunity to join these thought-provoking discussions, with some competitively selected to make poster presentations as a means of encouraging our emerging scientists.
Wednesday, April 1, 2020
8:00 am–5:00 pm
Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel
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