Research updates

  1. Relationship between Indigenous Children's Hearing and Phonological Awareness

    16 March, 2017
    On 8 March 2017 a Workshop was held at Macquarie University on the 'Relationship between Indigenous Children's Hearing and Phonological Awareness in Remote Communities in the Northern Territory'
  2. Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) MidWinter Meeting

    16 March, 2017
    The Association for Research in Otolarynogolgy (ARO) held its 40th Annual MidWinter Meeting in Baltimore on 11-15 February 2017.
  3. Get your hearing tested!

    9 March, 2017
    Are you aged between 18-50 years?
    Participate in our experiment!
    Receive $20 vouchers for each session of participation.
  4. Participate in research: Do you have difficulty listening to speech ...

    9 March, 2017
    Get your hearing tested!
    Are you aged between 18-70 years?
    Do you have difficulty listening to speech in the presence of noise?
  5. Participate in research: Do you wear hearing aids?

    8 March, 2017
    Get your hearing tested!
    Are you aged between 18-70 years?
    Do you wear hearing aids?
  6. The Centre for Implementation in Hearing Research (I-HeaR)

    20 January, 2017
    Associate Professor Catherine McMahon, Department of Linguistics, has been awarded funding to create a new MQ Research Centre. The Centre for Implementation in Hearing Research (I-HeaR).
  7. Teaching the elderly how to fight off the blues by ...

    4 April, 2016
    A study by Macquarie University researchers has found that being involved in a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) group program, aptly named Ageing Wisely, can help elderly people fight off depression and anxiety.
  8. Kids’ hearing difficulties are reflected in their brainwaves

    10 January, 2016
    The researchers found that the presence of noise affects the brainwaves of all children, and so is a relevant factor to consider when thinking about ...
  9. Australian Hearing Hub Open House - Presentations

    4 September, 2014
      Download presentations from the Australian Hearing Hub Open House event – Short talks Harvey Dillon – Hearing in the AHH Katherine Revius – Early ...
  10. Hearing and the Brain: Translating research into practice, presentations

    26 June, 2014
    Download the presentations from the Hearing and the Brain: Translating research into practice Frank Lin H&B 2014 Blake Johnson H&B 2014 Kathy Pichora-Fuller H&B 2014 ...
  11. Inaugural conference 2013, Abstracts

    20 June, 2013
    Download abstracts from the Australian Hearing Hub inaugural conference,2013.
  12. HEARnet

    6 May, 2013
    The HEARing Education and Research Network (HEARnet) provides information about hearing, hearing loss and hearing technology for the public, hearing healthcare and medical professionals, and researchers. It is presented such that users can readily understand and apply information in their everyday lives or clinical practices.
  13. HEARLab

    6 May, 2013
    HEARlab is a versatile clinical device developed by the HEARing CRC and the National Acoustics Laboratory (NAL) to record and analyse electrophysiological data in the form of the Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials. It can be used to measure the hearing ability of babies, children and adults unable to respond verbally to hearing tests.
  14. Audiology research story

    9 January, 2013
    This is an audiology research story conducted by The Macquarie University Speech Clinic, Research Team.