EARssentials: Concepts and Techniques of Contemporary Hearing Research
An Introductory Course for Scientists and Those Interested in Science
July 18–22, 2016
National Institutes of Health
This free, week-long course, hosted and taught by scientists at the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will provide students with an overall conceptual view of the auditory system as well as hands-on exposure to laboratory techniques unique to research on the inner ear.
The primary audience for this course is new intramural NIDCD trainees, including post-doctoral, graduate, post-baccalaureate, and summer students. Scientists from other institutions are welcome to attend as well. The course will also be useful for other interested individuals who want to learn about concepts related to the auditory system.
The class is divided into two segments:
- Lecture sessions in the mornings, in which scientists introduce and discuss a wide array of concepts related to the auditory system. Lectures are open to all who register. Contact Elyssa Monzack, Ph.D., for more information.
- Hands-on laboratory sessions in the afternoon. Each session will feature a different technique commonly used in hearing and balance research.
Reservations are required for all lecture and laboratory sessions. To attend a lecture or inquire about space in a laboratory session, contact Dr. Monzack. Lecture and lab schedules and a faculty list will be posted soon!