Marquam Hill Audiology Grand Rounds (MHAGR) - National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR)
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Marquam Hill Audiology Grand Rounds (MHAGR)

MHAGR’s monthly grand rounds are a forum for discussion of case studies as supported by the evidence base as well as discussion of clinical research, with the overall purpose of improving audiological practice.

All seminars take place 12-1 pm Pacific Time (unless otherwise noted) virtually via Microsoft Teams.

Click here for details on the upcoming grand rounds.

2021

March 3
Michelle Hungerford, AuD, Research Audiologist, NCRAR, Portland Oregon
Title: Dizziness and Imbalance in Older Adults

April 7
Michelle Novak, Doctor of Audiology Extern, Portland VA
Title: Hearing aid programming for mTBI patients with normal or near normal hearing

May 5
Jake Hulswit and Martha Westman, Doctor of Audiology Externs, Portland VA
Title: Tinnitus & Amplification: Four Case Studies

June 2
Shannon Nichols, OHSU Doctor of Audiology Extern
Title: Retrocochlear Hearing Loss: A Pediatric Case Study

July 8
Canceled due to July 4th holiday

August 4
Chelsey Koehler, PT, DPT, Clinical Director at Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers, Las Vegas, Nevada
Title: Physical Therapy Management of the Dizzy Patient

September 1
Vanessa Rentschler, AuD, CCC-A
Title: Audiology and Autism: Person-Centered Practices

October 6
Cecelia Lacey, Audiology Student, University of Pittsburgh
Title: Ototoxicity Management in Clinical Practice

November 3
Hunter Stuehm, Audiology Student, Western Washington University
Title: Management of Auditory Neuropathy in Children: A case study

December 1
Kaitlin Ryan, AuD, CCC-A, CH-TM
Title: Facial Paralysis and its Vestibular Considerations