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Sounds+ 2019 Conference

Friday, June 14th - Saturday, June 15th, 2019

We’re very excited to be putting together what is sure to be a great opportunity for education, professional development and engaging discussions with audiologists and associated professions from across the region.

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Sounds+ Conference Pier 21

Location

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
1055 Marginal Rd
Halifax, NS B3H 4P7

Sounds+ Conference Hotel

Hotel Accommodations

The Westin Nova Scotian
1181 Hollis Street
Halifax, NS, B3H 2P6

$179/night

Reserve before May 13, 2019 to get a group rate!

Dr Robert Harrison

Featured Speaker: Robert V. Harrison BSc (hons.), PhD, DSc.

Bob Harrison is a research Professor, in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery at the University of Toronto, and is a Senior Scientist in the Neurosciences & Mental Health Program at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto. He also has appointments in the Department of Physiology and the Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, and the Institute of Medical Sciences.

He is appointed as Adjunct Faculty in the School of Audiology at SALUS University (US), and is a member of the Canadian Academy of Audiology. Dr. Harrison has basic training in biological sciences, with two doctoral degrees in auditory neuroscience from universities in the England.

His basic laboratory research explores both inner ear function and central auditory brain development and neuroplasticity. He is also involved in clinically related research, most recently in the area of hearing loss in children, including studies in pediatric cochlear implantation, and in auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder. In recognition of his research he was recently (2017) awarded the Robert Rubin Scientific Achievement award from the Society for ENT Advances in Children (SENTAC).

Through 40 years of academic interest in audiology and otology, Harrison has maintained a philosophy is to take new basic science discoveries and translate them to promote wellness and improved hearing healthcare. For more details about the research please visit the AUDITORY SCIENCE LABORATORY website.

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