Macquarie University is a world class research, treatment and innovation institution – a dynamic environment which drove the creation of the Australian Hearing Hub. Macquarie University has renewed its commitment to endeavours in hearing with the release of the Hearing Strategy 2030.
The Australian Hearing Hub unites researchers, educators, clinicians and innovators with expertise in linguistics, audiology, speech pathology, cognitive and language sciences, psychology, nanofabrication and engineering sciences.
The Australian Hearing Hub is an initiative of the Australian Government being conducted as part of the Education Investment Fund.
There are a total eight clinics located at the Australian Hearing Hub. These clinics include the MQ Health Speech and Hearing Clinic, Centre for Emotional Health, Macquarie University Reading Clinic, Psychology Clinic at MQ Health, Australian Hearing, Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC), SCIC Cochlear Implant Program, an RIDBC service and The Shepherd Centre.
With everything in one place, clients receive first-class clinical evaluation, testing and diagnosis from leading practitioners.
Together, academics at Macquarie University and staff at the Australian Hearing Hub are pioneering a new approach to collaboration, which fosters opportunities for innovation across a wide range of fields.
As a state-of-the-art facility the Australian Hearing Hub has attracted a number of industry-leading members to drive innovation and collaboration.
- Macquarie University
- Australian Hearing Services
- National Acoustic Laboratories
- Cochlear Limited
- Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children
- SCIC Cochlear Implant Program, an RIDBC service
- The Shepherd Centre
Creating the hearing health professionals of tomorrow
Macquarie University is renowned for teaching and research excellence in speech and hearing sciences and psychology.
The Australian Hearing Hub gives Macquarie students the unique opportunity to work alongside experts in the industry providing an unrivalled learning experience. Graduates and researchers will drive innovation and improve the lives of people with hearing and language disorders around the world.