Program

Pre-Conference Workshops

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Wednesday October 15, 2014

Welcome Reception

18:00 Hilton Hotel, 32nd Floor Executive Lounge

Thursday October 16, 2014

7:00 Registration and Posters Open
8:00 Welcome

Discussion I: The Unique Ear

8:10 Genetic Testing for Deafness: Where we were, where we're going, and why we should get there
Dr. Richard Smith, USA
8:25 Cochlear Nerve Disorders in Children: An evolving management paradigm
Dr. Craig Buchman, USA
8:40 Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD) and Cochlear Implants: A shared problem of low information channel capacity
Dr. Robert Harrison, Canada
8:55 Q&A
9:05 Speech recognition after cochlear implantation depends on a-specific neural metabolic activity in prelingually deaf adults
Louise Straatman, The Netherlands (O01)
9:13 Functionality of the auditory nerve after neurotrophic treatment in deafened guinea pigs assessed with electrically evoked action potentials
Huib Versnel, The Netherlands (O02)
9:21 Objective Measures of Neural Status and Neurotrophic Support
Bryan Pfingst, USA (O03)
9:29 Q&A

Poster Talks I

9:35 Near-infrared spectroscopy detects differences in auditory cortical activation across cochlear implant configurations
Sterling Sheffield, USA (P01)
9:38 Cortical Auditory Event-Related Potentials in Children with Auditory Brainstem Implants
Shuman He, USA (P02)
9:41 Electrically Evoked Compound Action Potentials in response to Amplitude Modulated Electric Pulse Trains
Viral Tejani, USA (P04)
9:44 Forward masking in the human auditory nerve: comparing eCAP recovery functions for single-pulse and pulse-train maskers.
Gaston Hilkhuysen, France (P05)
9:47 Methods for achieving balanced current levels in children with bilateral cochlear implants
Parvaneh Abbasalipour, Canada (P06)
9:50 Relation of loudness and electrically evoked compound action characteristics
Carolin Frohne-Buechner, Germany (P07)
9:53 Suitability of the binaural interaction component for interaural electrode pairing of bilateral cochlear implants
Hongmei Hu, Germany (P08)
9:56 Frequency Following Response to Interaural Phase Changes -- A Potential Objective Measurement for Binaural Fitting
Jaime Undurraga, England (P09)
9:59 Signal coding and perception of Iterated Noise with Cochlear Implant users
Torsten Rahne, Germany (P10)
10:02 Auditory evoked responses to pitch matched electroacoustic stimuli in unilateral cochlear implant users with residual hearing in the unimplanted ear
Chin-Tuan Tan, USA (P11)
10:05 Posters/Refreshment Break

Discussion II: The Unique Choice

10:50 Crossmodal Reorganization and Prognosis of Cochlear Implant Outcome in Postlingual Deaf Patients
Dr. Pascal Barone, France
11:05 PET Functional Studies in Patients with Asymmetric Hearing Loss
Dr. Manuel Manrique, Spain
11:20 Objective Measures of Residual Hearing: Use in pre-CI candidacy trials
Dr. Susan Scollie, Canada
11:35 Single-Sided Deafness Disrupts Sensitivity to Binaural Cues
Dr. Andrej Kral, Germany
11:50 Q&A
12:00 Cochlear implantation in unilaterally deaf adults and children
Antje Aschendorff, Germany (O04)
12:08 Unilaterally-driven cortical maturation leads to lasting asymmetries in the bilateral auditory pathways in adolescents who are deaf and use one cochlear implant
Salima Jiwani, Canada (O05)
12:16 Q&A

Poster Talks II

12:20 Auditory perception and neural representation of voice onset time in children with Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder
Shuman He, USA (P03)
12:23 Cross-Modal-Plasticity in deaf and deafblind children: A study with Evoked Potential before and after cochlear implants
Lidia Charroo-Ruiz, Cuba (P88)
12:26 Electrode migration in patients with perimodiolar electrode arrays
Philipp Mittmann, Germany (P26)
12:29 Relationship between the physiologic spread of excitation and spectral-ripple discrimination in cochlear implant users
Jong Ho Won, USA (P28)
12:32 Listening advantages of early intervention for bilateral deafness in children
Melissa Polonenko, Canada (P29)
12:35 Intraoperative ECAP in patients with long time of hearing deprivation
Ana Cristina Hoshino, Brazil (P30)
12:38 Grab and Go Lunch Break
13:00 Lunch Satellite Symposium I - Cochlear Americas

Discussion III: The Unique Implant

14:00 Physiological Measures of Response to Acoustic, Electric and Combined Stimulation in Cochlear Implant Users;
Dr. Carolyn Brown and Dr. Paul Abbas, USA
14:15 Delayed Loss of Acoustic Thresholds Following Cochlear Implantation – Clinical and Experimental Studies
Dr. Stephen O'Leary, Australia
14:30 Acoustic Implants and Objective Measurements
Dr. Ad Snik, The Netherlands
14:45 Q&A
14:55 Auditory evoked potentials for direct acoustic cochlear stimulation
Michael Hofmann, Belgium (O06)
15:03 Objective assessment of preoperative steroids on hearing preservation cochlear implantation
Jafri Kuthubutheen, Canada (O07)
15:11 Electrophysiological monitoring of residual hearing before during and after cochlear implantation
Alexander Huber, Switzerland (O08)
15:19 Intracochlear pressure changes related to different insertional speeds of cochlear implant electrodes
Ingo Todt, Germany (O09)
15:27 Status of the electrode array: Intra-Cochlear Impedance Matrix and its clinical relevance
Matthias Hey, Germany (O10)
15:35 Evaluation of insertion depth and intra-scalar electrode array position of the HiFocus Mid-Scala and HiFocus 1J electrode array.
Annerie van der Jagt, The Netherlands (O11)
15:43 The effect of scalar position on speech discrimination
Rainer Beck, Germany (O12)
15:51 Acoustic evoked potentials recording with a cochlear implant
Stefan Brill, Germany (O13)
15:59 Q&A
16:10 Posters/Refreshment Break

Open Papers I

17:00 Vestibular assessment in CI: A change of perspective
Andy Beynon, The Netherlands (O14)
17:08 Retrospective longitudinal assessment of balance control in adult cochlear implantation
Aurelia Bascoul, France (O15)
17:16 Quantification of balance dysfunction in children with cochleovestibular loss and cochlear implants
Nikolaus Wolter, Canada (O16)
17:24 Cochlear implant in normal vs. anatomically abnormal cochlea
Rajesh Vishwakarma, India (O17)
17:32 Trans-Tympanic Electrically Evoked Auditory Brainstem Response (TT-EABR) — A diagnostic tool in the management of children with inner ear malformations or AN/AD Spectrum
Neevita Narayan, India (O18)
17:40 Measuring the cochlear duct length and its effect on electrode placement and outcomes
Jafri Kuthubutheen, Canada (O19)
17:48 Electrophysiologic detection of scalar changing cochlea electrode arrays — A blinded study
Philipp Mittmann, Germany (O20)
17:56 Q&A
18:05 Closure of Day 1

Friday October 17, 2014

7:00 Registration and Posters Open
7:15 Breakfast Satellite Symposium I - Oticon/Neurelec

Discussion IV: The Unique Fitting

8:15 Congenital Pitch Deficits: Implications for cochlear implant users
Dr. Alexandre Lehmann, Canada
8:30 Talk TBC
Dr. Ruth Litovsky, USA
8:45 A New Chip to Record eCAPS During Continuous Stimulation
Dr. Johan Frijns, The Netherlands
9:00 Q&A
9:08 Use of aided cortical assessment to check adequacy of audio processor programs of difficult to fit children
Julie Kosaner, Turkey (O21)
9:16 Can we strengthen brainstem pathways from the deprived ear after unilateral cochlear implant use in children?
Parvaneh Abbasalipour, Canada (O22)
9:24 Deconvolution of the spread of excitation curves measured in cochlear implants
Jeroen Briaire, The Netherlands (O23)
9:32 A new modified (E)ASSR paradigm for simultaneous electrophysiological recording and assessment of psychophysical performance.
Andreas Bahmer, Germany (O24)
9:40 Optimization of a spectral contrast enhancement algorithm for cochleariImplants based on an individualized Electrode-Nerve-Interface Model
Waldo Nogueira, Germany (O25)
9:48 The TPACE strategy: Finding an objective measure for the prediction of the optimal masking value
Andreas Buechner, Germany (O26)
9:56 Electrically Evoked Compound Action Potentials using novel stimulation: Opportunities and challenges
Christopher Long, USA (O27)
10:04 Q&A
10:15 Posters/Refreshment Break

Open Papers II:

11:00 Desynchronized discharges of auditory nerve fibers in electric stimulations: mechanisms and consequences.
Jonathan Laudanski, France (O28)
11:08 Evaluating focused stimulation thresholds in the context of a cochlear impedance model
Steven Bierer, USA (O29)
11:16 ECAP recording during cochlear implant surgery
Joachim Muller-Deile, Germany (O30)
11:24 Automated ECAP classification
Idrick Akhoun, Germany (O31)
11:32 A novel ECAP recording paradigm to acquire fine-grain growth functions
Lutz Gartner, Germany (O32)
11:40 Effects of stimulus polarity and artifact cancellation method on ECAP responses
Michelle Hughes, USA (O33)
11:48 NRT based fitting using profile scaling
Saji Maruthurkkara, Australia (O34)
11:56 Myographic recording of the electrically elicited Stapedius reflex
Rolf Battmer, Germany (O35)
12:04 Intraoperative measurement in bonebridge surgery
Johannes Schnabl, Austria (O36)
12:12 Approaches to eliminate overstimulation in children after cochlear implantation
Adam Walkowiak, Poland (O37)
12:20 Conventional and remote intraoperative NRT measurement
Ayca Ciprut, Turkey (O38)
12:28 Q&A
12:43 Grab and Go Lunch
13:00 Lunch Satellite Symposium II - Advanced Bionics

Discussion V: The Unique Benefit

14:00 Functional near-infrared spectroscopy reveals cross-modal reorganisation
Dr. Doug Hartley, England
14:15 Electrophysiological signatures of audio-visual interactions in cochlear-implant users
Dr. Pascale Sandmann, Germany
14:30 Effects of unilateral deprivation in development measured using electrophysiology
Dr. Daniel Wong, Canada
14:45 Phonological reorganization of the postlingual deaf and its implication for cochlear implant outcome. Evidence of plasticity from fMRI studies
Dr. Diane Lazard, France
15:00 Q&A
15:10 Cortical correlates of spectral and temporal processing cochlear implant subjects using the acoustic change complex
Andrew Dimitrijevic, USA (O39)
15:18 Cortical voice processing in cochlear-implanted children: an electrophysiological study
David Bakhos, France (O40)
15:26 Audiovisual integration in the auditory cortex following cochlear implantation measured by near-infrared spectroscopy
Emmanuel Mylanus, The Netherlands (O41)
15:34 Changes in alpha oscillations compared to pupil dilation to capture listening effort in cochlear implant users; an initial study
Isabelle Boisvert, Australia (O42)
15:42 A novel technique for evaluating residual hearing in cochlear implant recipients
Kanthaiah Koka, USA (O43)
15:50 Q&A
16:00 Posters/Refreshment Break

Open Papers III

16:30 Measuring listening effort in CI listeners using pupil dilation
Matthew Winn, USA (O44)
16:38 Cochlear implant performance and Electrically-Evoked Auditory Brain-Stem Response characteristics
Nicolas Guevara, France (O45)
16:46 The effect of device use on brainstem maturation in sequential bilateral cochlear implantation in children
Emmanuel Mylanus, The Netherlands (O46)
16:54 ECAP latencies in sequential vs simultaneous cochlear implants
Sandro Burdo, Italy (O47)
17:02 Asymmetric auditory brainstem development and function in children with bimodal (electric and acoustic) hearing
Melissa Polonenko, Canada (O48)
17:10 Cochlear implantation as hearing rehabilitation method in single-sided deafness after acoustic neuroma surgery
Antje Aschendorff, Germany (O49)
17:18 Behavioral and physiological responses in children with unilateral hearing loss
Megan Carter, USA (O50)
17:26 The effect of signal degradation and cochlear-implant experience on the uptake of durational cues during lexical access.
Anita Wagner, The Netherlands (O51)
17:34 Q&A
17:45 Closure of Day II Scientific Program
19:00 EABR (Elevated Altitude Banquet Reception)

Saturday, October 18, 2014

7:00 Registration and Posters Open
8:20 Introduction to the 9th Annual Symposium and Passing of the Flag Ceremony

Introduction to Special Panels on Implantation in the Elderly

8:30 Question to be considered:
What objective measure should be performed to assess cochlear implant candidacy in the elderly population?
Introduction to Cochlear Implantation in Older Adults
Dr. Frank Lin, USA

Industry panel

8:45 Objective Measures of Structure Preservation in Modern CI Patients
Dr. Claude Jolly, Austria
9:00 Objective Measures in Elderly Cochlear Implant Subjects
Dr. Ernst von Wallenberg, Switzerland
9:15 Talk TBC
Dr. Edward Overstreet, USA
9:30 Q&A

Scientific Panel

9:40 Effects of Hearing Loss and Aging on Remembering What Was Heard: In one ear and out the other?
Dr. Kathy Pichora-Fuller, Canada
9:55 Measures of Peripheral and Central Auditory Plasticity
Dr. Paul Kileny, USA
10:10 Physiological Measures of Tinnitus and Their Challenging Interpretation
Dr. Jos Eggermont, Canada
10:25 Q&A

Clinical Panel

10:35 Cochlear Implantation on the Medically Complex Patient: Medical and surgical considerations
Dr. Vincent Lin, Canada
10:50 Electrophysiological and Behavioral Correlates of Auditory-Cognitive Processing in Older Adult Cochlear Implant Recipients
Dr. Yael Henkin, Israel
11:05 Social Isolation as a Factor in Implant Candidacy and Outcomes
Dr. Marilyn Reed, Canada
11:20 Q&A

Open Papers IV

11:30 Functional near-infrared spectroscopy brain imaging in patients with cochlear implants
Paul Kileny, USA (O52)
11:38 Cortical correlates of voice onset time processing cochlear implant subjects
Andrew Dimitrijevic, USA (O53)
11:46 Assessment of brain plasticity in adult cochlear implant users with near infra-red spectroscopy
Emilie Gontier, Canada (O54)
11:54 Can we preserve bilateral symmetry in the developing auditory cortex with electric and acoustic (bimodal) hearing?
Melissa Polonenko, Canada (O55)
12:02 Speech processor fitting using Nucleus Fitting Software (NFS)
Ferenc Toth, Hungary (O56)
12:10 Evoked Compound Action Potentials (ECAP) measures in pediatric MED-EL cochlear implantees: relationship with electrode placement age and C-levels.
Samia Labassi, France (O47)
12:18 Towards a clinically viable way to record Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials (CAEPs) in cochlear implant (CI) clients
Bram Van Dun, Australia (O58)
12:26 Relating objective measures of auditory function to behavioural speech outcomes among high level adult performers with the MED-EL flex electrode
Samidha Joglekar, Canada (O59)
12:34 Q&A
13:00 Closure of Day III and Symposium

Posters: Thursday

Discussion I -- The Unique Ear
Discussion II -- The Unique Choice
Discussion III -- The Unique Auditory Implant
Discussion IV -- The Unique Fitting
Discussion V -- The Unique Benefit
Title and Presenting Author
P01 Near-infrared spectroscopy detects differences in auditory cortical activation across cochlear implant configurations
Sterling Sheffield - Brentwood United States
P02 Cortical Auditory Event-Related Potentials in Children with Auditory Brainstem Implants
Shuman He - Durham USA
P03 Auditory Perception and Neural Representation of Voice Onset Time in Children with Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder
Shuman He - Durham USA
P04 Electrically Evoked Compound Action Potentials in response to Amplitude Modulated Electric Pulse Trains
Viral Tejani - Iowa City USA
P05 Forward masking in the human auditory nerve: comparing eCAP recovery functions for single-pulse and pulse-train maskers.
Gaston Hilkhuysen - Marseille France
P06 Methods for achieving balanced current levels in children with bilateral cochlear implants
Parvaneh Abbasalipour - London Canada
P07 Relation of loudness and electrically evoked compound action characteristics
Carolin Frohne-Buechner - Hannover Germany
P08 Suitability of the binaural interaction component for interaural electrode pairing of bilateral cochlear implants
Hongmei Hu - Oldenburg Germany
P09 Frequency Following Response to Interaural Phase Changes ― A Potential Objective Measurement for Binaural Fitting
Jaime A. Undurraga - London United Kingdom
P10 Signal coding and perception of Iterated Noise with Cochlear Implant users
Torsten Rahne - Halle (Saal) Germany
P11 Auditory evoked responses to pitch matched electroacoustic stimuli in unilateral cochlear implant users with residual hearing in the unimplanted ear
Chin-Tuan Tan - New York USA
P12 Recordings of acoustic evoked potentials directly from the different places of cochlea via intraochlear electrodes in cochlear implantees.
Artur Lorens - Warsaw Poland
P13 An Investigation of the Auditory Brainstem Response Wave Amplitude Characteristics as a Diagnostic Tool in children with Speech Delay with Unknown Cause
Susan Abdi - Tehran Iran
P14 Variability Across Single-Trial ECAPs and the Relation to Speech Perception
Rachel Scheperle - Omaha USA
P15 Age-Related Changes in Temporal Resolution Revisited: Findings from Cochlear Implant Users
Bruna Mussoi - Davenport United States
P16 Predictive value of evoked compound action potential (ECAP) in cochlear implant outcomes
Sarah Sydlowski - Cleveland United States
P17 GJB2 related deafness and electrically evoked auditory brainstem response recorded during cochlear implantation
Nicolas-Xavier Bonne - Lille France
P18 A coupled clinical-experimental approach for estimating real CI stimulation artifacts
Virginie Attina - Lyon France
P19 Visualization of Human Inner Ear Anatomy with High Resolution Magnetic Resonance Imaging at 7 Tesla: first clinical evaluation.
Johan Frijns - Amsterdam The Netherlands
P20 Electrocochleography (ECoG) and its interpretation in cochlear implant subjects
Douglas C. Fitzpatrick - Chapel Hill United States
P21 Cochlear Implantation in a young adolescent with a progressive hearing loss and Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD)
Talma Shpak - Haifa Israel
P22 Electrocochleography elicited by an electrical stimulation on the promontory
Giacomo Mandruzzato - Innsbruck Austria
P23 Difficult decisions in Cochlear implantation
Shankar Medikeri - Bangalore India
P24 Test Battery Approach Toward Candidacy for Auditory Brainstem Implantation - Indian Perspective
Neevita Narayan - New Delhi India
P25 Inter-Aural Attenuation as a Predictor of Outcomes for SSD Patients Implanted with the Bonebridge
Ken Williams - Toronto Canada
P26 Electrode migration in patients with perimodiolar electrode arrays
Philipp Mittmann - Berlin Germany
P27 Intracochlear pressure changes due to round window opening ― observations in a model
Philipp Mittmann - Berlin Germany
P28 Relationship between the physiologic spread of excitation and spectral-ripple discrimination in cochlear implant users
Jong Ho Won - Knoxville United States
P29 Listening advantages of early intervention for bilateral deafness in children
Morrison Steel - Toronto Canada
P30 Intraoperative ECAP in patients with long time of hearing deprivation
Ana Cristina Hoshino - São Paulo Brasil
P31 EABR Measures in the Pediatric Non-NF2 Population
Alison Singleton Au.D. - New York United States
P32 Improvements in intraoperative objective measurements -- the CR220 Intraoperative Remote Assistant
Mathew Markey - Basel Switzerland
P33 Improving a Computational Model of a Cochlear Implant
Gabrielle O'Brien - Seattle United States
P34 The assessment of the scalar position of the HiFocus Mid Scala electrode based on MRI and Cone Beam CT fusion
Dzemal Gazibegovic - Freiburg Germany
P35 An objective method for measuring forward masking functions with the cochlear implant
Wai Kong Lai - Zurich Switzerland
P36 Electrocochleography to Auditory Stimuli in Cochlear Implant Subjects: An Overview
Oliver Adunka - Durham USA
P37 Radiological results and hearing preservation with the CI422 Straight electrode via round window versus cochleostomy approach
Antje Aschendorff - Freiburg Germany
P38 Fabricating a Cochlear Implantation Insertion and Training Tool Using 3-D Printing
Pamela Bhatti - Atlanta USA
P39 A 3D model-based Simulation of the Electrical Field during Cochlear Stimulation
Kai Dang - Valbonne France
P40 A Comparison of Alternating Polarity and Forward Masking in Cochlear Devices
Jacquelyn Baudhuin - Omaha USA
P41 Progress in the development of a digital cochlea stimulation and evaluation tool (DiCoStET).
Andreas Prokopiou - London United Kingdom
P42 Optimizing EEG electrode number and locations for a simple clinical application of ASSR measures: a computational approach
Faten Mina - Lyon France
P43 Teaching tool for advanced visualization of temporal bone structures by fusion of microCT and CT scan images
Clair Vandersteen - Sophia Antipolis France
P44 Variations in Microanatomy of the Human Cochlea
Ersin Avci - Hannover Germany

Posters: Friday

Discussion I -- The Unique Ear
Discussion II -- The Unique Choice
Discussion III -- The Unique Auditory Implant
Discussion IV -- The Unique Fitting
Discussion V -- The Unique Benefit
Title and Presenting Author
P45 An Objective Assessment of Partial Tripolar Stimulation
Melanie Gilbert - Valencia USA
P46 Different modalities of eCAP measurements using the VOLTA software: Initial clinical experience
Dzemal Gazibegovic - Freiburg Germany
P47 Wave propagation in the skull bone during bone conduction stimulation
Christof Roeoesli - Zurich Switzerland
P48 An Additive Instantaneously Companding Neural Readout System for Cochlear Implants
Johan Frijns - Leiden Netherlands
P49 Automated electrically evoked compound action potential (eCAP) screening with Express-NRI: method validation
Dick Biesheuvel - Leiden Netherlands
P50 Adequacy of audio processor programs generated from objective eSRT data
Julie Kosaner - Istanbul Turkey
P51 An objective procedure to set bilateral cochlear implant stimulation levels in children: A balancing act.
Gordon Tsang - Toronto Canada
P52 Using Schroeder-phase Harmonic Complexes to Develop an Objective Measure of Temporal Processing in Cochlear Implant Listeners
Anne M. Leijsen - Dublin Ireland
P53 Relationship of the electrical auditory brainstem response threshold to the postoperative psychoacoustic levels in adults
Raquel Lopes-Fontanelli - Sao Paulo Brazil
P54 Loudness Perception at Neural Response Telemetry (NRT™) Threshold Levels for Different Pulse Widths
Klaus Berger - Berlin Germany
P55 Vocal-tract length discrimination and spectral resolution in cochlear implants
Etienne Gaudrain - Groningen Netherlands
P56 Intraoperative measurements using CR120 remote assistant
Ferenc Tóth - Szeged Hungary
P57 Characterization of Temporal Interactions in the Auditory Nerve of Adult and Pediatric Cochlear Implant Users
Aayesha Dhuldhoya - Iowa City USA
P58 Fitting Cochlear Implants in young children using the AUTONRT and the Stapedius reflex
Jean-Pierre Piron - Montpellier France
P59 AutoNRT™: Evaluating test-retest measurement reliability
Ayca Ciprut - Istanbul Turkey
P60 Measures of Electrical Field Interactions by Recording of EABR in Cochlear Implanted Patients
Nicolas Guevara - Nice France
P61 An objective measurement of loudness growth in bimodal listeners
Maaike Van Eeckhoutte - Leuven Belgium
P62 Improved threshold detection in electrically evoked auditory steady state responses for the objective fitting of cochlear implants
Hanne Deprez - Leuven Belgium
P63 Cortical measurements via the cochlear implant sound processor
Patrick Boyle - Beckenham UK
P64 Early activation in Cochlea Implantation - A retrospective study
Astrid Wolf-Magele - St. Pölten Austria
P65 Pupillometry and hearing level in cohlear-implanted children
Soo Kim - Tours France
P66 Beyond speech intelligibility testing: A memory test for assessment of signal processing interventions in ecologically valid listening situations
Thomas Lunner - Vallauris France
P67 Transformation of lost segregation cues in hearing devices
Niels Henrik Pontoppidan - Vallauris France
P68 Key Contributors to Successful Bimodal Fitting
Erwin L.J. George - Maastricht Netherlands
P69 Progressively recovering auditory brainstem response in a cochlear-implanted child after meningitis
Franck Michel - Aarhus C Denmark
P70 Electrophysiological correlates of listening effort on speech understanding in cochlear implant users
Mareike Finke - Hannover Germany
P71 A longitudinal assessment of spectral ripple discrimination and speech perception in new cochlear implant users
Alejandro Lopez Valdes - Dublin Ireland
P72 The binaural interaction component: a method to monitor plasticity in bimodal listeners?
Lindsey Van Yper - Gent Belgium
P73 ECAP Latency Regarding Masker-Probe Stimuli
Konrad Schwarz - Innsbruck Austria
P74 Delayed auditory brainstem responses in prelingually deaf and late implanted cochlear implant users
Marc Lammers - Utrecht Netherlands
P75 Internal ERP Waveform Relationships for Children with CIs
Jeanne Johnson - Meridian USA
P76 Simultaneous Recording of ECAPs and EABRs using the Advanced Bionics RspOMTM and the Echodia EliosTM system
Thierry Van den Abbeele - BRON FRANCE
P77 Alpha Suppression in CI Patients with SSD Reflect Post-Implantation Increase in Healthy Ear Comprehension of Degraded Speech
Daniel Wong - Konstanz Germany
P78 Objective Evaluation of Bilateral Cochlear Implantation
Ulrich Hoppe - Erlangen Germany
P79 Cortical Refractoriness and the N1-P2 Evoked Potential in Cochlear Implant Listeners
Tim Liebscher - Erlangen Germany
P80 Evaluation of speech-evoked envelope following responses as an objective hearing aid outcome measure
Vijayalakshmi Easwar - London Canada
P81 Improving Accuracy of Neural Source Localisation in Individuals with Cochlear Implants: Application for Measuring Brain Plasticity
Ifat Yasin - London United Kingdom
P82 Does decreasing binaural integration resulting from asymmetry in brainstem function correspond with decreased binaural advantage in speech perception?
Stephanie Jewell - Toronto Canada
P83 Cost Effectiveness and Equivalency of New Intraoperative Measuring Technology
George Tavartkiladze - Moscow Russia
P84 The relationship between electrical auditory brainstem responses and perceptual thresholds in Digisonicâ SP cochlear implant users
Bertrand Philippon - Vallauris France
P85 High-Resolution EEG investigation of the perceived pleasantness of music in children with unilateral and bilateral cochlear implants
Pasquale Marsella - Rome Italy
P86 Temporal Properties of the Auditory Nerve in Pediatric Cochlear Implant Recipients
Shuman He - Durham USA
P87 Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials in Bilateral Cochlear Implant Users and Listeners with Bimodal Hearing
Shuman He - Durham USA
P88 Cross-Modal-Plasticity in deaf and deafblind children: a study with Evoked Potential before and after Cochlear Implants
Lidia Charroó-Ruiz - La Habana Cuba

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