EARssentials- Concepts and Techniques of Contemporary Hearing Research (July 18-22, 2022)
Molecular Neuroscience: Focus on Sensory Disorders Miami Winter Symposium 2023
Molecular Neuroscience: Focus on Sensory Disorders
Miami Winter Symposium 2023
Dates: January 30 – February 1, 2023
Location: Miami, FL, USA
Secretariat: Gemma Boodell, Elsevier, The Boulevard, Langford Lane, Kidlington, Oxford, OX5 1GB, UK
Short announcement / Synopsis: The Miami Winter Symposium 2023 is dedicated to Molecular Neuroscience: Focus on Sensory Disorders and includes an international line-up of renowned speakers – selected to provide attendees with a unique opportunity to meet with and hear from representatives from leading research centers on basic research, translational issues, and potential or actual clinical applications in sensory neuroscience.
Abstracts are invited for short Spotlight Talks and Posters on the conference topics - hearing, vision, smell, taste and pain/itch/touch – by September 16, 2022 to supplement the invited plenary program.
7th World Congress of Cochlear Implantation in Emerging Countries in Istanbul, Turkey - 14-16 September 2023
7th World Congress of Cochlear Implantation in Emerging Countries in Istanbul, Turkey between 14-16 September 2023
As Hacettepe Implant team, we are pleased to announce that we are organizing the 7th World Congress of Cochlear Implantation in Emerging Countries in Istanbul, Turkey between 14-16 September 2023.
This meeting series was started in 2016 by Professor Muaz Tarabichi who set up the organization Global Cochlear Implant Access Network. The aim of these meetings is to find solutions to challenges in the field of implantation in emerging nations.
The meeting was used to be held every year until 2019 but because of Covid19 Pandemic, it was not possible to perform this face-to-face in India which was done as an online meeting in 2021. Now with the gradual control of the Covid 19 pandemic, we plan to perform the meeting face-to-face between 14-16 September 2023 in Istanbul, Turkey.
The reason we prefer to make the meeting in Istanbul is that there are direct flights from many countries all over the world enabling many people to travel without connecting flights. In addition, being the capital of three empires in the past, Istanbul offers a rich history, as well as being a picturesque city.
It is also the meeting point of east and west where the experience of the developed world will be shared with emerging nations. We have set the congress date as September because this month in Turkey is quite warm and offers very good opportunities for outside activities while enjoying the beautiful city.
We plan to make the meeting in 3 halls. We are developing guidelines for cochlear implantation and these will be presented during the meeting. We will also have interesting case presentations, new developments and oral presentations along with satellite symposiums of companies.
Let us meet in 14-16 September 2023 in Istanbul: the meeting point of east and west.
Professor Levent Sennaroglu M.D.
President of the 7th World Congress of Cochlear Implantation in Emerging Countries,
Department of Otolaryngology,
Hacettepe University Medical Faculty
1st Annual Texas Auditory and Vestibular Research Conference
Peripheral-Central Interactions in the Auditory and Vestibular System
October 6-7, 2022 in Houston, TX
The conference encompasses synaptic transmission, ion channel electrophysiology, neural circuitry, cell biology, molecular genetics and computational neuroscience. Understanding peripheral-central interactions is necessary for the design of cochlear and vestibular implants.
Confirmed Keynote Speakers:
Catherine Weisz, Acting Chief, Section on Neuronal Circuitry, NIH National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
Daniel Polley, Director of the Lauer Tinnitus Research Center, Mass Eye and Ear, Harvard University
Conference will include opportunity for posters from submitted abstracts as well as a discussion on diversity, equity, and inclusion in auditory and vestibular research.
Hosted by Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX