Share your ongoing research here! We are all interested to see what is going on!
This global consultation of adults with CI is the first to gather comprehensive information about the services adults receive after implantation and what they would like. Thanks to all who shared it and the 1283 respondents! See initial results here.
HELP NEEDED! We would like your help to develop a set of international priorities to guide hearing research. We are looking for opinions from researchers in hearing from around the world and define hearing research in the broadest sense: from discovery science to technology to health, in academia, industry, and clinic, and include such diverse […]
Francisca Perea, is a PhD student in Hearing Science at Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre and about to begin this important research study and would like your help! She is investigating the experiences of CI users during online communication. Read about it here and see if you would like to participate.
Meg Cychosz would like parents of children with cochlear implants aged 2-5 years old and living in the Maryland or Washington DC area to think about helping her Learning to Listen project. Read more about it here and get in touch if you could help!
Calling all audiologists and therapists working with adult cochlear implant patients! Help us look at the factors in predicting outcomes.
The NiSSL Lab conducts research with cochlear implant and hearing-aid users as well as Deaf and hearing signers to understand how these experiences impact the brain and perception.
Comm4CHILD is a European project within the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. It addresses the large inter-individual heterogeneity in brain plasticity, cognitive resources, and linguistic abilities.