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David McApline

Loud sound is a health hazard

David McAlpine, Professor of Hearing, Language & The Brain and the leader of Macquarie University’s Australian Hearing Hub had a TV interview with ABC 24 News, a radio interview on 2UE and ABC702 and has written a piece for The Australian that was published on

Kids’ hearing difficulties are reflected in their brainwaves

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 learning environments, but also found that children with listening difficulties have significant differences in certain brainwaves when compared to children
Australian Hearing Hub

Postdoctoral Researcher in Magnetoencephalography

The Role An exciting opportunity exists for a postdoctoral researcher to develop and use the magnetoencephalographic (MEG) system to investigate brain responses in adults and children with a unilateral cochlear implant (MEG III). The successful candidate will participate in research projects developing and assessing new

Testing hearing is child’s play

  October will see the launch of a fun new children’s game with the more serious purpose of testing their hearing. The game, Sound Scouts, was developed by Carolyn Mee of cmee4 Productions in collaboration with National Acoustic Laboratories (NAL).   The beauty of the
David McAlpine

An inspirational addition

Professor David McAlpine has been announced as the new Professor of Hearing, Language and the Brain and Director of Hearing Research and will join Macquarie University from early October. Professor David McAlpine. The Australian Hearing Hub.Photo: Chris Stacey. “The appointment of Professor McAlpine is a

Successful Open House at the Australian Hearing Hub

Left to right: Chris Rehn, Professor Jim Patrick, Jim Hungerford, Professor Greg Leigh, Alex Bond, the Hon. Marise Payne, Emeritus Professor Richard Henry and Dr Chris RobertsPhotographer: Paul Wright Saturday’s Open House at the Australian Hearing Hub saw keynote addresses from the Federal Minister for

Victor Dominello MP visits the Australian Hearing Hub

On Thursday, 5 February the Australian Hearing Hub played host to The Hon. Victor Dominello MP, Member for Ryde, Minister for Citizenship and Communities, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Minister for Veterans Affairs, and Assistant Minister for Education.
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