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2019 Programs

2019 CIAP Invited Speakers July 14-19, 2019 Optimizing CIs: Personalizing cochlear implants for individual users Aaron Moberly Ohio State University The interactions of bottom-up and top-down information processing during speech recognition by adults with cochlear implants Theresa Ching Australia National Acoustic Laboratories Early intervention and cortical evaluations optimise outcomes for children with hearing loss Kara Schvartz-Leyzac University of Michigan Using a combined animal and human approach to better understand how neural function affects cochlear implant performance Tom Francart KU Leuven Towards objective and automatic individualised fitting through EEG-based measures of speech intelligibility Expanding use of CIs: Use of cochlear implants in new populations with hearing loss Padraig Kitterick University of Nottingham Sharon Cushing University of Toronto Enhancing use CIs: Perception of speech, voice, and music Jonathan Simon University of Maryland Towards objective measures of speech perception Etienne Gaudrain University of Groningen Hearing voices across the spectrum Isabelle Peretz University of Montreal The neurobiology of musical pitch disorders: implications for cochlear implant recipients Laurianne Cabrera University College London Speech perception under cochlear-implant conditions: effect of age and exposure to a tone language Supporting CIs: Harnessing auditory plasticity for improved auditory function Frank Russo Ryerson University Benefits of music-based training for supporting speech outcomes in CI users Erin Ingvalson Florida State University Auditory-cognitive training to optimize post-implant outcomes Hartmut Meister University of Cologne Virtual reality-based examination of audiovisual speech perception in cochlear implant recipients Facilitating use of CIs: The role of attention and cognition in central processes of CI listening Jonathan Peelle Washington University Using high-density optical brain imaging to study speech processing with a cochlear implant. Anja Hahne Max Planck Institute Stefanie Kuchinsky University of Maryland Acoustic, linguistic, and cognitive factors impact effortful listening: Implications for cochlear implant users

Past CIAP Meeting and Website

CIAP-2011, Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove, CA CIAP-2013, Granlibakken Conference Center, Lake Tahoe, CA, July 14-19, 2013 CIAP-2015, Granlibakken Conference Center, Lake Tahoe, CA, July 12-17, 2015 CIAP-2017, Granlibakken Conference Center, Lake Tahoe, CA, July 16-21, 2017
Previous Meeting Program Books

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