Engineer at the University of Texas at Dallas has received a grant from the National Institute of Health’s National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders to improve the hearing of cochlear implant patients where they previously struggled to hear (i.e. parties, sporting events, and other noisy and crowded places).
Monthly Archives: August 2009
Hospital helps children with hearing loss
The Carle Foundation Hospital opens a new building in Urbana, Illinois for Expanding Children’s Hearing Opportunities (ECHO) program for children with hearing loss.
China Study Abroad provides academic enrichment, forges strong bonds
The China Study Abroad program at Gallaudet University has had a broad impact on deaf Chinese people, and the students involved.
A young football player from the Maryland School for the Deaf gets a scholarship to play for Towson University this Fall.
Breaking down a sound barrier for the youngest patients
Cochlear implant technology makes it possible for babies and toddlers to receive the implant.
Eyeing faster,smarter, smaller ear implants
Article about the advancement of cochlear implant technology within the past 20 years.