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Research

 

The Foundation is committed to funding audiologists and doctoral students as they conduct research that will advance the treatment of people with hearing impairment. Choose a program below to learn more about each initiative and how you can apply to receive funding.

  • Academy Research Conference (ARC) - The Foundation subsidizes registration that enables deserving students to attend the ARC meeting held the first day of AAA 2018 (Formerly AudiologyNOW!) Past topics have included noise-induced hearing loss, aging, and binaural hearing. For more information and to apply, visit the AAA 2018 website. Philanthropic support provided by Oticon, Inc.
  • James and Susan Jerger Award for Excellence in Student Research – Each year, four students who display their research posters at AAA 2018 receive a $500 award from the Foundation for outstanding research. These student poster awards are funded by an anonymous donor. For more information and to apply, visit the AAA 2018 website.
  • NHCA Travel Awards and Scholarships – The Foundation partners with the National Hearing Conservation Association (NHCA) to fund a $1,500 Student Research Scholarship (for a project relating to noise-induced hearing loss or hearing loss prevention). For more information, visit the NHCA website.
  • Research Grants in Hearing and Balance - The AAAF annually awards approximately $20,000 to young and new researchers through the New Investigator Research Grants; Student Investigator Research Grants; Student Summer Research Fellowships; Hearing Aids, Clinical Protocols, and Patient Outcomes Student Research Grant; and Vestibular Research Grant. The Vestibular Research Grant is funded in partnership with the American Institute of Balance Education Foundation. For more information and to apply, visit the AAA 2018 website. Applications are due October 4, 2017.
  • Student Research Forum Awards – Each year, five recipients present their research findings at AAA 2018 and receive a $500 award from the Foundation. For more information and to apply, visit the AAA 2018 website. Philanthropic support provided by Plural Publishing, Inc.
Project Amazon

Our research recipients represent the best and brightest in the field. To view past recipients and their projects, select a year.

 

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