NCRAR Monthly Seminar Series - 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) in VA Portland Health Care System, Building 104, P5 Conference Room. Most are also broadcast live via Teams and are available on DVD by request at NCRAR@va.gov.

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

2022

January 13
Laura Coco, AuD, PhD, Fellow, Center to Improve Veteran Involvement in Care (CIVIC), VA HSR&D, Portland, Oregon
Title: Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids: What the Practicing Hearing Aids: What the Practicing Audiologist Needs to Know 
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for seminar slides

February 10
Frederick Gallun, PhD, Professor, Oregon Hearing Research Center, Oregon Health & Science University; Associate Investigator, NCRAR, Portland, Oregon
Title: Assessment and Training of The Ability to Make Sense of Sound
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for seminar slides

March 10
James "Riley" DeBacker, AuD, PhD., Postdoctoral Research Fellow, NCRAR, Portland, Oregon
Title: ART and (Hearing) Science: Auditory Effects of Antiretroviral Exposure
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April 14
No seminar in April (break for Spring Auditory Meetings)

May 12
(Panel Discussion)
Title: Optimizing human connection and communication for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

June 9
Wei Dong, PhD., Research Scientist, Loma Linda VA Health Care System, Loma Linda, California
Title: Visualization of ear impairment using optical coherence tomography (OCT)
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July 14
Colleen Le Prell, PhD, Chair Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing, Emilie and Phil Schepps Professor of Hearing Science, University of Texas, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Dallas, Texas
Title: TBD

August 11
Jennifer Stone, PhD, Research Professor, Otolaryngology, University of Washington
Title: Sensorineural balance disorders: Current approaches toward restoring function in the vestibular periphery
 
September 8

Jonathan Matsui, PhD, Senior Program Director for Academic Affairs, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 
Title: Faculty stress/burnout in Academia

October 13
M. Samantha Lewis, PhD, Professor, School of Audiology, Pacific University, Oregon
Anne Hogan, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Audiology, Pacific University  
Title: Occupational Burnout in Audiology

November 10
Monita Chatterjee, PhD, Senior Scientist and Director, Auditory Prostheses and Perception Lab, Boys Town National Research Hospital, Omaha, Nebraska
Title: Addressing emotional communication through prosody in cochlear implant users

December 8
Julia Jones Huyck, PhD, Associate Professor & Program Coordinator, Speech Pathology and Audiology Program; Assistant Director, Neurocognitive Collaboratory, Brain Health Research Institute, Kent State University
Title: Auditory perception and cognition during adolescence