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University of Connecticut Frank E. Musiek
Neuroaudiology Lab

Groups

Pathways Society

The Pathways Society has been developed to provide a forum at major meetings such as a AAA and ASHA, for individuals interested in discussing current issues related to (Central) Auditory Processing Disorders. All individuals with an interest in auditory processing disorders are welcomed to attend these meeting and become members. Clinicians, scientists and students are encouraged to attend and make their opinions, ideas and questions known. We hope to develop informal meetings that will allow the advancement of (C)APD by sharing information about common concerns and advances in the field.

Those of you there interested in pathways and have not sent your e-mail address to Cyndey Fox (cydneyfox@gmail.com) please do so. This is the primary way that we will it be able to inform you about the scheduling of meetings and other information.

Frank E. Musiek
Neuroaudiology Lab
University of Connecticut

Programs

(C)APD Bootcamp

Recently, more than ever, there is a greater interest and demand for the evaluation and treatment of APD. Hence there is an increasing need for new and relevant information on APD. To help fulfill this need this conference brings together an outstanding group of clinicians and researchers to discuss the most current practices and science critical to understanding APD. Diagnostics, management, and important interactions between these two aspects of APD are the focus of this unique conference.

Continuing Education

The Lectures in Auditory Disorders and Sciences (LADS) program runs in the fall and spring. It invites top clinicians and researchers to present their most recent information. This program began in 2002 and previous LADS speakers have included:

Kent Morest, M.D. – University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Dudley Weider, M.D. – Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Allen Counter, Ph.D. – Harvard University
Shig Kawada, Ph.D. - University of Connecticut School of Medicine
John Durrant, Ph.D. – University of Pittsburgh
Mark Tramo, M.D. – Harvard University
Jay Buckey, M.D. – Dartmouth Medical School
Francis Kuk, Ph.D. – Widex
Catherine Palmer, Ph.D. – University of Pittsburgh
David Fabry, Ph.D. – University of Miami
Chris Bauch, Ph.D. – Mayo Clinic
Jay Hall, Ph.D. – University of Florida
Nina Kraus, Ph.D. – Northwestern University
Clarke Cox, Ph.D. – Boston University School of Medicine
Don Henderson, Ph.D. – University of Buffalo
Marc Kramer, Ph.D. – Cornell University
Wayne Staab, Ph.D. – American Auditory Society
James Jerger, Ph.D. – University of Texas @ Dallas
Don Worthington, Ph.D. – IHC Hearing & Balance Center
Brian Fligor, Ph.D. – Harvard University
Dana Boatman, Ph.D. – Johns Hopkins University
Todd Sauter, M.A. – Univ. Mass. Medical Center
Jennifer B. Shinn, Ph.D. – University of Kentucky
Sharon Kujawa, Ph.D. – Harvard University
Jennifer B. Shinn, Ph.D. – University of Kentucky
Bob Burkard, Ph.D. – University of Buffalo
Troy Hackett, Ph.D. – Vanderbilt University
Jeff Weihing, Ph.D. – University of Louisville
Sumitrajit Dhar, Ph.D. – Northwestern University
Pete Scheifele, Ph.D. – University of Cincinnati
Jennifer R. Melcher, Ph.D. – Harvard Medical School
H. Gustav Mueller, Ph.D. – Vanderbilt University
Richard Tyler, Ph.D. – University of Iowa
Gary Jacobson, Ph.D. – Vanderbilt University
James Kaltenbach, Ph.D. – The Cleveland Clinic

Neuroaudiology.com

Neuroaudiology is the study of hearing function and related processes of the auditory nervous system (auditory nerve and central auditory system). The neuroaudiology.com website has been developed to assist in the exchange of information pertaining to neuroaudiology and auditory electrophysiology. It will focus on notification of recent references, books, conferences and general news relevant to Neuroaudiology. The website is sponsored by the Neuroaudiology Lab, Department of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at the University of Connecticut directed by Frank Musiek, and the webmaster is Jeff Weihing.