Participate in Research
Researchers at the national Acoustic Laboratories are looking for adults who have been fitted with their first hearing aids in the past 2 years. More more information or to take part, contact Paola.Incerti@nal.gov.au
If you are a parent or caregiver of a child aged between 3 months and 3 years, your child is invited to participate in a two-hour research study on brain and hearing maturation.
Researchers at the National Acoustic Laboratories are looking for participants aged 18-65 years who have a normal audiogram but difficulty hearing speech in noisy places to take part in a study where they will trial hearing devices.
For more information or to take part, contact email@example.com
- 4-5-year-olds with hearing loss, who speak Australian English at home
- 7-12-year-olds with hearing loss, who speak English at home
If you are over 18 years of age and can spare a few hours of your time you can help. NAL research participants take hearing tests, attend focus groups, complete surveys, trial new hearing technology and much more…
Advance child language development for children everywhere.
The Neuronuats Brain Science Club is a registry for young people (0 – 17 years) who are interested in taking part in research on the brain and the mind.