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Pacific Celebrates First PhD Graduate at August Commencement

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The Pacific University College of Health Professions held annual commencement exercises for six of its eight schools on Saturday, Aug. 12, on the Marsh Hall East Lawn at the Forest Grove Campus, highlighted by the awarding of the university's first-ever research-focused doctoral degree, a PhD, or doctor of philosophy.In all, nearly 250 students from the schools of Audiology, Dental Hygiene Studies, Graduate Psychology, Healthcare Administration and Leadership, Occupational Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies participated in the ceremony and celebrated with their families and friends.

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Cognitive Hearing Aid Filters Out the Noise

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Cognitive hearing aids that constantly monitor brain activity to determine whether a subject is conversing with a specific speaker would be very useful for the hearing impaired. Using deep neural network models, Columbia Engineering researchers have made a breakthrough in auditory attention decoding methods and are coming closer to making cognitively controlled hearing aids a reality. The study, led by Electrical Engineering Professor Nima Mesgarani, is published today in the Journal of Neural Engineering.

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Otology Expert at Newyork-Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center Is Available to Discuss the Recently Passed Over-the-Counter Hearing Aid Act of 2017

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Tinnitus or Ringing of the Ear - Dr. Kathryn Boling - Mercy

Mercy’s Dr. Kathryn Boling of Lutherville Personal Physicians discusses tinnitus, which is ringing in the ears that won't go away, and the different methods used to treat it.

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Large-Scale, Collaborative Effort Could Help Ease Global Hearing Loss

A team of hearing experts at Duke University School of Medicine and the Duke Global Health Institute is calling for a comprehensive, worldwide initiative to combat hearing loss.







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