- Published on 16 February 2015
Brazilian Ministry of Health Decree 2.776 of December 18, 2014, has established new standards for the surgical treatment of deafness through the Sistema Único de Saúde, the country’s publicly funded health system.
- Published on 29 January 2015
Five cochlear implant pioneers are to be awarded the 2015 Fritz J. and Dolores H. Russ Prize from the National Academy of Engineering (USA) for their work that helped so many deaf people to hear.
- Published on 15 January 2015
Will you be the 2015 Audiologist of the Year for your country? Rayovac, Audio Infos and the European Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association (EHIMA) have begun their search for the top hearing care professionals, with the 2015 competition now open for entries.
- Published on 14 January 2015
NPR’s ‘All Things Considered’ column recently paid tribute to Marion Downs, a pioneer audiologist in the area of universal newborn hearing screening
- Published on 15 December 2014
Australian Professor of Medicine Graeme Clark is known as a pioneer for the revolutionary technology of the Cochlea-Implant (CI). In recognition for his life’s work Graeme Clark received the “Hear for Life Award". This award from the Innocentia publishing house honors outstanding researchers and entrepreneurs in the field of hearing rehabilitation. Already last year Graeme Clark was distinguished -along with with Ingeborg Hochmair (MED-EL) and Blake S. Wilson (Duke University)- with the “Laser-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award."