Wednesday, February 26, 2014

This lecture was originally scheduled for December 10, 2013, but was cancelled due to the weather.

James Saunders - "Hearing Loss and Aging: New Methods of Diagnosis and Treatment."

James Saunders will focus on the occurrence and identification of hearing loss in the elderly. He will present evidence to support the fact that hearing loss is an inherent, universal process of aging. (This will hardly be a surprise for most PASEF members!) Current medical procedures as well as the use of new hearing-assisted technologies will be explained.

Dr. James C. Saunders is Emeritus Professor of Research Otorhinolaryngology in the Perelman School of Medicine. He received the Claude Pepper award for research excellence in 1988 from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. The author of over 300 publications, Professor Saunders is also a well-known advocate for issues involving hearing loss in the elderly.

The luncheon will begin at 12 PM at the University Club. Cost and University Club details.

Video of PASEF/ASEF Luncheon
Feb. 26, 2014

James Saunders, "Hearing Loss and Aging: New Methods of Diagnosis and Treatment"