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A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2001 - Proceedings of the Second International Conference - Section V - Chapter 15 - Changing Considerations for Cochlear Implant Candidacy: Age, Hearing Level and Auditory Neuropathy

A Sound Foundation Through Early Amplification 2001 - Proceedings of the Second International Conference - Section V - Chapter 15 - Changing Considerations for Cochlear Implant Candidacy: Age, Hearing Level and Auditory Neuropathy
Yvonne S. Sininger, PhD
May 1, 2003
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Yvonne S. Sininger, PhD

Professor in Residence

Yvonne Sininger is a Professor in the Division of Head and Neck Surgery at UCLA and a licensed audiologist.  Her research is focused on infant hearing and pediatric audiologic disorders.  She has completed a project funded by the NIH Deafness Institute on Auditory Neuropathy with Dr. Arnold Starr and they are editors of the book Auditory Neuropathy: A New Perspective on Hearing Disorders published by Singular Press.



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