THANK YOU FOR JOINING COCHLEAR CENTER RESEARCH WEEK 2021!

If you missed Research Week, March 23-29, 2021, you can:  

Check out faculty and trainee Twitter research posters by following #JHSPH_Hearing2021 

Follow us on Twitter 

Watch the Keynote address from Dr Bret Rutherford: Addressing Hearing Loss to Improve Mood Disorders and Neurocognitive Health in Later Life

 

Lightning Rounds - March 23 - 26, 2021

During this daily series Tuesday - Friday we will offer tightly coordinated, 30-minute, midday virtual presentations from Cochlear Center core faculty, along with trainee poster sessions addressing various aspects of the Center's research work.  Closed captioning is available. 

 

Tuesday, March 23, noon- 12:30 (Eastern US Time): Jennifer Deal, PhD, "Hearing Loss and the Aging Brain"

With trainees Pablo Martinez Amezcua, MD and John Shin

 

Wednesday, March 24, noon- 12:30 (Eastern US Time): Carrie Nieman, MD, MPH, "HEARS: An RCT of Community-Delivered Hearing Care for Older Adults"

With trainees Julie Yi and Jon Suen, AuD

 

Thursday, March 25, noon- 12:30 (Eastern US Time): Nicholas Reed, AuD, "Hearing Loss and Preventable Hospitalization"

With Emmanuel Garcia, PhD and trainee Lama Assi, MD 

 

Friday, March 26, noon- 12:30 (Eastern US Time): Bonnie Swenor, MPH, PhD, "The Interconnection between Vision, Hearing, and Aging "

With trainees Danielle Powell, AuD, and Alison Huang, MPH

 

REGISTER FOR THE DAILY LIGHTNING ROUNDS


Keynote Speaker - March 29, 2021

Research Week culminates Monday, March 29, noon to 1 pm (Eastern (US) Time): with a webinar by 

Bret R. Rutherford, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Director of the Neurobiology and Therapeutics of Aging Division at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. 

 

Dr Rutherford will present on "Addressing Hearing Loss to Improve Mood Disorders and Neurocognitive Health in Later Life”

 

REGISTER FOR THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER WEBINAR 

 

 

(Updated 9 Mar 2021)