Auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder (ANSD) is a unique condition that occurs in individuals with normal cochlear active processes but abnormal .. Read more afferent neural activity resulting from interruption of activity at the level of inner hair cell synapses, the auditory nerve, and/or brainstem. AN/ANSD: Current Status, Clinical Issues, and Future Directions Linda Hood, PhD, ARC 2020 Chair Professor, Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences, Vanderbilt University. Sound Coding in the Auditory Nerve: Toward New Diagnostic Tools Jean-Luc Puel, PhD Professor University Montpellier Institute for Neurosciences of Montpellier. Cochlear Deafferentation in Noise- and Age-Related Hearing Loss: Basic Observations and Translation to Human Sharon Kujawa, PhD Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School Director of Audiology Research and Senior Scientist, Massachusetts Eye and Ear. Speech-Evoked Cortical Responses in Infants and Children with and Without Hearing Loss Kristin Uhler, PhD Chair, Audiology, Speech Pathology, and Learning Services, Children’s Hospital Colorado Associate Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Otolaryngology, and Psychiatry University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Children’s Hospital Colorado.
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