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National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR)

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NCRAR Monthly Seminar Series

NCRAR's monthly seminars are presented by renowned scientists from around the country.

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

Click here for details on the upcoming seminar.
Click here for a list of past seminars and respective asynchronous content when available. 


January - no seminar

February 9
Dawn Konrad-Martin, PhD, Associate Director, NCRAR
Title: Inno-VA-tions in Ototoxicity Management for Patients with Cancer 
Click here for seminar slides

March 9
Kelly Reavis, PhD, Research Investigator, NCRAR
Title: Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases: A hearing health overview
Click here for seminar slides

April 13
Lauren Dillard, AuD, MS, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Medical University of South Carolina
Title: Relationships of hearing and cognition under the Bradford Hill criteria for causation 
Click here for seminar slides

May - no seminar - break for Spring meetings

June 8
Lina Reiss, PhD, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology, Oregon Hearing Research Center, Oregon Health & Science University
Title: Changes in Auditory Nerve Health after Cochlear Implantation

July 13
Amber Kimball Hsu, PhD, RN, Clinical Policy Nurse Consultant II, Division of Health Benefits, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Title: Hearing Loss and Health Care Policy: A Personal and Professional Perspective

August 10
Lindee Alvarez, BA
Title: Importance of Providing Language Concordant Audiological Care
Click here for seminar slides
September - no seminar due to NCRAR Conference (Sept. 20-22)

October 13
James A. Henry, PhD
Title: Clinical Management of Tinnitus: Past, Present, and Future 
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November 9
Laurie King, PhD, PT, MCR
Topic: Balance after Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI); Trends and New Directions
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December - no seminar - break for holidays