The Cochlear Center Hearing and Aging Mentoring Program at the Johns Hopkins Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health brings together students early in their doctoral training from audiologic, medicine, and public health programs for an intensive, multidisciplinary, one-week, in-person program each summer.
CHAMP's aim is to provide a foundation of public health concepts and methodology in the context of age-related hearing loss to stimulate and promote future research careers to address hearing loss with aging in public health.
Who can apply to be a CHAMP?
CHAMP is designed for:
- Current pre-doctoral audiology, medical, or public health doctoral students
- Students interested in learning and applying public health research methods
- Students pursuing a research career that addresses hearing loss with aging and public health
Does this sound interesting but you're not looking for a research career? Scroll down for information about our Summer Institute course.