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Dr. James Blair to speak at Neurobiology Symposiumhttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Dr.-James-Blair-to-speak-at-Neurobiology-Symposium.aspxDr. James Blair to speak at Neurobiology SymposiumDr. James Blair is the leading theorist on the neurodevelopment of psychopathy. The Center for Neurobehavioral Research is a unique collaboration between Boys Town Youth Care Services and Boys Town National Research Hospital. 2017-03-29T05:00:00Z
Telepractice Study for Cochlear Implants Aimed at Extending Access to Carehttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Telepractice-Study-for-Cochlear-Implants-Aimed-at-Extending-Access-to-Care.aspxTelepractice Study for Cochlear Implants Aimed at Extending Access to CareBoys Town National Research Hospital researcher, Michelle Hughes, Ph.D., is studying the effectiveness of remote cochlear implant service delivery.2016-10-03T05:00:00Z
Kathryn Beauchaine Becomes an American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Fellowhttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Kathryn-Beauchaine-Becomes-an-American-Speech-Language-Hearing-Association-Fellow.aspxKathryn Beauchaine Becomes an American Speech-Language-Hearing Association FellowKathryn L. Beauchaine, B.S., M.A., CCC-A, Clinical Coordinator in Audiology at Boys Town National Research Hospital, was elected as a Fellow of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).2016-09-30T05:00:00Z
Michael Gorga, Ph.D. Earns High Honor for His Impact on Audiology Researchhttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Michael-Gorga,-Ph.D.-Earns-High-Honor-for-His-Impact-on-Audiology-Research.aspxMichael Gorga, Ph.D. Earns High Honor for His Impact on Audiology ResearchMichael Gorga, Ph.D., Director of the Human Sensory Physiology Laboratory, gave the Carhart Memorial Lecture at the annual meeting of the American Auditory Society.2016-09-22T05:00:00Z
Brain Imaging Research Aims to Improve Outcomes for Children with Behavioral and Mental Health Problemshttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Brain-Imaging-Research-Aims-to-Improve-Outcomes-for-Children--with-Behavioral-and-Mental-Health-Problems.aspxBrain Imaging Research Aims to Improve Outcomes for Children with Behavioral and Mental Health ProblemsBoys Town National Research Hospital and Boys Town Youth Care Services are collaborating in neuroscience research to understand what is physically and biologically happening in the brain of a troubled child.2016-09-06T05:00:00Z
Virtual Reality Technology Advances Hearing Researchhttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Virtual-Reality-Technology-Advances-Hearing-Research.aspxVirtual Reality Technology Advances Hearing ResearchResearchers at Boys Town National Research Hospital are utilizing a virtual reality classroom to track the hearing and speech difficulties that children with hearing loss are having at school.2016-06-15T05:00:00Z
Dawna Lewis, Ph.D., Studies Effects in Children with Mild Bilateral and Unilateral Hearing Loss in Complex Listening Environmentshttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Dawna-Lewis-Studies-Effects-in-Children-with-Mild-Hearing-Loss-in-Complex-Listening-Environments.aspxDawna Lewis, Ph.D., Studies Effects in Children with Mild Bilateral and Unilateral Hearing Loss in Complex Listening EnvironmentsNew studies at Boys Town National Research Hospital are examining auditory skills in elementary age children with mild bilateral or unilateral hearing loss and how these skills relate to understanding speech in everyday situations.2016-06-06T05:00:00Z
New Research Studies to Help Children with Mild Hearing Loss in Complex Listening Environmentshttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/New-Research-Studies-to-Help-Children-with-Mild-Hearing-Loss-in-Complex-Listening-Environments.aspxNew Research Studies to Help Children with Mild Hearing Loss in Complex Listening EnvironmentsNew studies at Boys Town National Research Hospital are using simulation environments to examine auditory skills in elementary age children with mild bilateral or unilateral hearing loss.2016-05-17T05:00:00Z
Boys Town National Research Hospital Study to be Honored at American Auditory Society Annual Meetinghttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Boys-Town-National-Research-Hospital-Study-to-be-Honored-at-American-Audiology-Society-Annual-Meeting.aspxBoys Town National Research Hospital Study to be Honored at American Auditory Society Annual MeetingThe first weekend of March in Representatives from Boys Town Hospital attended the American Auditory Society ​(AAS) Annual Meeting, where they were honored for their work with children who are hard of hearing in a study conducted over a five year period.2016-03-25T05:00:00Z
An Inspirational Evening to Benefit the Center for Childhood Deafnesshttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/An-Inspirational-Evening-to-Benefit-the-Center-for-Childhood-Deafness.aspxAn Inspirational Evening to Benefit the Center for Childhood DeafnessThe Lied Learning and Technology Center transformed its hearing research and clinical facility into the Pure Inspiration Art Exhibit and Food-Wine Pairing Event to support the Center for Childhood Deafness at Boys Town National Research Hospital.2015-11-13T06:00:00Z
Cochlear Implants and Voice Emotion Recognition: A conversation with Dr. Monita Chatterjeehttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Cochlear-Implants-and-Voice-Emotion-Recognition.aspxCochlear Implants and Voice Emotion Recognition: A conversation with Dr. Monita ChatterjeeMonita Chatterjee, Ph.D., Director of the Auditory Prostheses and Perception Laboratory at Boys Town National Research Hospital was interviewed for a podcast by Science, a premiere scientific journal in the United States2015-10-30T05:00:00Z
National Study finds Providing Well-Fit Hearing Aids in Infancy Helps Many Hard of Hearing Children Develop Optimal Speech and Language Skillshttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Hearing-Aids-Helps-Hard-of-Hearing-Children-Develop-Speech-Skill.aspxNational Study finds Providing Well-Fit Hearing Aids in Infancy Helps Many Hard of Hearing Children Develop Optimal Speech and Language SkillsNational Study finds Providing Well-Fit Hearing Aids in Infancy Helps Many Hard of Hearing Children Develop Optimal Speech and Language Skills.2015-10-30T05:00:00Z
​Kanae Nishi, Ph.D., Uses Personal Experience to Lead the Way in Bilingual Audiologyhttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Nishi-Uses-Personal-Experience-to-Lead-the-Way-in-Bilingual-Audiology.aspx​Kanae Nishi, Ph.D., Uses Personal Experience to Lead the Way in Bilingual AudiologyThe number of children who speak English as a second language in the Omaha-metro area has been rising. Unfortunately, research on their hearing development was not increasing at the same rate. Kanae Nishi, Ph.D., and her team have set out to change that.2015-08-19T05:00:00Z
Adjunct Professor at UNO Receives Grant for Hearing Aid Researchhttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/BrennanResearchArticle.aspxAdjunct Professor at UNO Receives Grant for Hearing Aid Research​​​​In reality, speech is just noise. The thing that distinguishes speech from any other noise is how we perceive it, breaking down each series of consonants and vowels into syllables, words and sentences.2014-12-17T06:00:00Z
Mary Pat Moeller to Receive Highest Career Honorhttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Mary-Pat-Moeller-to-Receive-Highest-Career-Honor.aspxMary Pat Moeller to Receive Highest Career HonorMary Pat Moeller, Ph.D., will be presented with the Honors of the Association award, which is the highest career achievement award given by the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association's (ASHA)2013-10-24T05:00:00Z
Boys Town Audiologist to Receive National Honor for Researchhttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Boys-Town-Audiologist-to-Receive-National-Honor-for-Research.aspxBoys Town Audiologist to Receive National Honor for ResearchRyan McCreery, Ph.D., Director of Boys Town Audiology, will receive the Award for Early Career Contributions in Research from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) at the national convention on November 15, 2013, in Chicago, IL.2013-10-21T05:00:00Z
Boys Town Scientists Provide Key Pre‑Clinical Evidence for Treating Usher Syndrome with Gene Therapyhttps://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Boys-Town-Scientists-Provide-Key-Pre-Clinical-Evidence-for-Treating-Usher-Syndrome-with-Gene-Therapy.aspxBoys Town Scientists Provide Key Pre‑Clinical Evidence for Treating Usher Syndrome with Gene TherapyA team of scientists from Boys Town National Research Hospital, in collaboration with Oxford BioMedica, have received Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for the first treatment ever developed for Usher Syndrome.2011-10-03T05:00:00Z
Boys Town National Research Hospital Receives $1.46 Million Grant for Cochlear Implant Research https://www.boystownhospital.org/News/Pages/Boys-Town-National-Research-Hospital-Receives-1.46-Million-Grant-for-Cochlear-Implant-Research.aspxBoys Town National Research Hospital Receives $1.46 Million Grant for Cochlear Implant Research Michelle Hughes, Ph.D., Coordinator of the Cochlear Implant Program at Boys Town National Research Hospital, received a $1.46 million grant from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders to advance cochlear implant programming.2009-02-20T06:00:00Z

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