February 3, 2017: The American Hearing Research Foundation recently awarded nine grants totaling $201,000 for FY17. Since 2010, the Foundation has funded over $1.2 million in research grants. Click to read about recipients and studies.
Starting in 2018, AHRF and the American Cochlear Implant (ACI) Alliance will co-fund a $25,000 annual grant. For 2018, the topic is quality of life issues associated with cochlear implantation or societal costs of profound hearing loss.
The Foundation’s board of directors voted unanimously to approve. The change takes effect immediately and applies to residency grant proposals received for FY17 funding.
Elmhurst, IL, February 23, 2016: The American Hearing Research Foundation (AHRF), a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, recently awarded eight (8) grants totaling $201,000 for FY16, its 60th anniversary.
Association for Researchers in Otolaryngology (ARO) 39th Annual MidWinter Meeting at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel in San Diego, CA in February 2016. AHRF will be hosting a dinner for former and current Foundation research grant recipients on Sunday, February 21, 2016.
Smoking not only leads to hearing impairment issues, it also worsens existing conditions and adds to existing conditions. Supporting the deaf and hearing impaired in remaining smoke-free is critical in helping to ensure safety, health, and ending the vicious cycle of tobacco use.
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Complaint — awakening due to loud, nonexistent noises — was previously associated with old age.
More than 10 percent of babies born with an infection called cytomegalovirus will suffer permanent hearing loss, a new study reports.