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Foto do palestrante convidado - Dr. Christine Yoshinaga-Itano

Dr. Christine Yoshinaga-Itano

 

Dr. Christine Yoshinaga-Itano is a Professor Emerita of the Department of Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences and is currently a Research Professor, in the Institute of Cognitive Science, faculty in the Center for Neurosciences at the University of Colorado, Boulder, adjunct faculty in the Department of Otolaryngology and Audiology at the University of Colorado, Denver, Visiting Professor at the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa, Centre for Deaf Studies and an international doctoral faculty board member in the Department of Human Sciences, Psychology area, at the University of Verona. Her research has focused on the predictors of language (semantics, syntax, pragmatics and phonology), social-emotional, cognitive and auditory skill outcomes of infants and children who are deaf or hard of hearing with bilateral, unilateral, auditory neuropathy hearing losses, additional disabilities (e.g. autism, intellectual disabilities), in English-speaking and Spanish-speaking, ethnic/racial minority homes and those with complex needs (e.g.poverty).
Foto do palestrante convidado - Dr. Maren Stropahl

Dr. Maren Stropahl

 

Dr. Maren Stropahl has a background in hearing technology, audiology and neuroscience. Her former research area was in the field of cross-modal brain plasticity in Cochlear implant user and individuals with mild-to-moderate hearing impairment. Currently, she works as a researcher at Sonova AG. She is an expert in the field of audiology and health innovation with a focus on service delivery innovation.
Foto do palestrante convidado - Paul H. Délano, MD, PhD.

Paul H. Délano, MD, PhD.

 

Laboratorio Neurobiologìa de la Audición
Facultad de Medicina
Universidad de Chile
Foto do palestrante convidado - Dr. Stephane Maison

Dr. Stephane Maison

 

Dr. Maison is an Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology at Harvard Medical School, a Principal Investigator in the Eaton-Peabody Laboratories at Mass. Eye and Ear, and a clinical audiologist. As an auditory physiologist, Dr. Maison studies the peripheral auditory system and has published more than 45 peer-reviewed papers in the field. Having spent nearly 20 years honing his skills in the study of sensorineural hearing loss in animal models, Dr. Maison wants to bring the important research questions back to human subjects in a clinical context. His research interests focus on identifying cochlear synaptopathy in patients with "normal" audiograms