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We are internationally recognized ​as a leader in clinical and research programs focusing on childhood deafness, visual impairment and related communication disorders. In 2013, we began a new frontier in neurobehavioral research using brain imaging ​techniques to better ​help diagnose and treat troubled children with severe behavioral and mental health problems.

Translating research to change the way America cares for children, families and communities.

Research ​Centers

 

 

Neurobehavioral/research/CenterNeurobehavResearch/Pages/default.aspxNeurobehavioralImproving methods for intervening early in the lives of children with behavioral and mental disorders./research/PublishingImages/Neurobehavioral.jpg
Audiological and Vestibular/research/AudiologicalVestibularResearch/Pages/default.aspxAudiological and VestibularInnovative research and clinical programs dedicated to improving evaluations and outcomes for adults and children with hearing loss or balance disorders./research/PublishingImages/Hearing-aid.jpg
Childhood Deafness, Language and Learning/research/ChildhoodDeafnessLanguageLearningResearch/Pages/default.aspxChildhood Deafness, Language and LearningStudying child language and communication development and contributing evidence to guide and support early interventions for children with hearing loss./research/PublishingImages/Childhood-Deafness-Language-Learning.jpg
Hearing/research/HearingResearch/Pages/default.aspxHearingResearch programs dedicated to understanding hearing, promoting translational clinical hearing research and training early-stage hearing scientists./research/PublishingImages/Hearing.jpg
Perception and Communication in Children/research/COBRE/Pages/default.aspxPerception and Communication in ChildrenProviding a unique environment for understanding the consequences of childhood hearing loss for speech and language perception and processing./research/PublishingImages/Center-for-Perception-Communication-in-Children.jpg
Sensory Neuroscience/research/SensoryNeuroscienceResearch/Pages/default.aspxSensory NeuroscienceAiming to understand neurosensory systems function at the molecular level in both healthy tissues and genetic disease states, with a particular focus on hearing./research/PublishingImages/Sensory-Neuroscience.jpg

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Training opportunities

Boys Town National Research ​Hospital ​offers opportunities for students and graduates to work with researchers through the following available positions.

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News

 

 

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

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