AHH seminar – Tinnitus Research & Innovation – Professor Raj Shekhawat

Professor Raj ShekhawatTopic: Tinnitus Research & Innovation: Updates, Opportunities & challenges in Australia
Presenter:  Professor Raj Shekhawat, Ph.D., MASLP, PGCert AP, CMALT, FHERDSA, SFHEA
Flinders university, University College London, Tinnitus Research Initiative
Date: Tuesday 11 October
Location: Lecture theatre , Level 1, AHH

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Registration:   Free public seminar
Register by Friday 7 October – please select in person ticket or zoom ticket

If you have accessibility requirements, please contact  Sally.Piper@mq.edu.au to organise.

Agenda:
2.30pm – 2.35pm – Welcome
2.35pm – 3.20pm – Presentation
3.20pm – 3.30pm – Q & A
3.30pm – 4.00pm – Networking & Refreshments

Bio:
Professor Raj Shekhawat is an internationally recognized award-winning academic, mentor, keynote/TEDx speaker, and scientist. Raj is an inaugural professor in Audiology & Academic Lead at Flinders university. He holds conjoint appointments as Honorary Professor at Ear Institute, University College London and Public Relations Manager for Tinnitus Research Initiative, Germany. Raj has a diverse work experience spanning across four continents and six countries (USA, UK, Singapore, India, New Zealand & Australia), touching a plethora of cultural communities with his impeccable knowledge along the way.

He has a Ph.D. in Clinical Audiology from the University of Auckland, New Zealand which complements his outstanding international reputation for research and findings, which employ brain stimulation, sounds therapies & hearing aids for tinnitus management.

Raj is a passionate academic with several prestigious educational fellowships such as: a senior fellow of HEA, HERDSA, and CMALT, he is also an executive on Higher Education Research & Development Society of Australasia and Chair of the scientific advisory board on Horizon 2020 European Research Grant.