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The Role of Audiology in Concussion: Interview with Dr. Liz Fuemmeler

This week, host Ashley Hughes is joined by Liz Fuemmeler, to discuss the role audiologists play in evaluation and management of patients with concussions and head injury. Dr. Fuemmeler discusses how she came to specialize in vestibular audiology, specifically related to concussion as part of an interdisciplinary team of specialists. Be sure to subscribe to…

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Hearing Loss and Cognition: What Does the Research Actually Tell Us?

Over the past decade, the relationship between hearing loss and cognitive decline has been a hot topic, with much of the research in this area misinterpreted or misunderstood. Here to help us get a clearer picture of this linkage between hearing loss and cognitive decline and how hearing aids might help is Danielle Powell, PhD.…

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Addressing the Cocktail Party Problem: AudioTelligence’s Novel Approach to Improve Hearing in Noise

AudioTelligence is a UK-based audio startup that is developing and leveraging audio technologies for social good within the consumer technologies and hearing care markets. In this episode, Rick Radia, the Product & Partnerships Manager at AudioTelligence, shares the company’s mission and motivation in disrupting these markets with their software solution, aiso™. This software solution has…

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Cochlear Implants and the Continuum of Care: Interview with Donna Sorkin

Donna Sorkin is the Executive Director of the American Cochlear Implant Alliance (ACIA), a multidisciplinary group that advances access to cochlear implants through research, advocacy and awareness.    In this episode of This Week in Hearing, she sits down with Brian Taylor for an interview that touches on the ACIA’s mission, the broadening cochlear implant…

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