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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 11
Cecilia Lacey, AuD, Audiologist and Advanced Fellow in Geriatrics at the Pittsburgh VA Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Center
Title: From Survey to Solution: Improving Ototoxicity Care with Implementation Research
Link to Seminar slides

February- no seminar

March 14
Nicole Whittle, AuD, Research Audiologist, NCRAR
Title: Improving Precepting in Audiology: Tools and Methods for both Preceptors and Preceptees
Link to Seminar slides

April 11
Khaya Clark, PhD, Research Investigator, NCRAR
Kathleen Carlson, PhD, Research Investigator, CIVIC and NCRAR
Tara Zaugg, AuD, CRH REC Consultant, VISN 20 and REC ICC Clinical Lead, VISN 20
Title: Veterans' Narratives on Bothersome Tinnitus: A Pilot Study

May 9
John Lee, PhD, Postdoctoral fellow at the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) at the National Institutes of Health
Title: Cisplatin-Induced Vestibulotoxicity in a Mouse Model and in Human Temporal Bones

June 13
Jennifer Smart, PhD, Associate Professor and Director of Audiology, Grand Valley State University in Michigan
Panel discussion collaboration between NCRAR and ASHA Special Interest Group 6
Title: Ear to Brain: Auditory Processing and its Complexities 
Link to Seminar slides

July 11
William Bologna, PhD, Director of the Towson Auditory Simulation Lab (TASL), Towson University
Title: Effects of Table and Seat Position in a Simulated Restaurant

August 8
Laura Campos, PhD
Topic: Hearing Loss and Falling
September 12

October 10
Megan Kobel, AuD, PhD

November 14
Mark Carpenter

December 12
Jennifer Brodsky, PT, PhC, DPT