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The Hearing and Balance Research Program is a collaborative program comprised of five core investigators with expertise in hearing assessment and rehabilitation, vestibular (inner ear balance) assessment and rehabilitation, and physical therapy. Our investigators collaborate with other researchers at East Tennessee State University, VA Medical Centers in Atlanta and Portland, Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Toronto at Mississauga, University of Wisconsin, Vanderbilt University, Wayne State University, Boys Town National Research Hospital, University of Michigan, and University of Nebraska. The research collaborations provide expertise in engineering, neuroimaging, psychology, epidemiology, medicine, vision, biostatistics, computer science, cellular biology, neurophysiology, and acoustics.
How can you be involved?
The Hearing and Balance Research Program is always looking for individuals interested in participating in research. Check out our Volunteer for Research page to see how you can get involved!