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HBCS Seminar

October 9, 2018

From gaze-evoked to blast-induced tinnitus: Unique cases and novel treatments Dr. Cacace is Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. He is an Elected Fellow of the American Speech Language Hearing Association and Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. His background is in the areas of clinical audiology, auditory electrophysiology, electroacoustics, psychoacoustics, and neuroimaging; his expertise has been focused in the areas of auditory processing disorders, tinnitus, and vestibular function/dysfunction. One important area of research has been neuroimaging associated with tinnitus as well as assessments of auditory and vestibular processing disorders and related cognitive…

HBCS Seminar

October 9, 2018

The Kresge Hearing Research Institute welcomes Christian Burgess, Ph.D., guest speaker for the Hearing, Balance and Chemical Senses Seminar on Oct. 11. Dr. Burgess' seminar, titled "Value Coding in Visual Association Cortex," will be held in Taubman Health Sciences Library, Room 2901 at 11:45 AM. Pierre Apostolides, Ph.D., will host the event. Refreshments will be served. Dr. Burgess is an Assistant Professor of Molecular and Integrative Physiology at the University of Michigan Medical School. His research focuses on understanding fundamental behavioral states such as feeding and sleep, and how these processes control learning and sensory activity in higher-order cortical networks.

HBCS Seminar

October 8, 2018

From gaze-evoked to blast-induced tinnitus: Unique cases and novel treatments Dr. Cacace is Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. He is an Elected Fellow of the American Speech Language Hearing Association and Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. His background is in the areas of clinical audiology, auditory electrophysiology, electroacoustics, psychoacoustics, and neuroimaging; his expertise has been focused in the areas of auditory processing disorders, tinnitus, and vestibular function/dysfunction. One important area of research has been neuroimaging associated with tinnitus as well as assessments of auditory and vestibular processing disorders and related cognitive…