Following an additional $4.1 million in financing, Lantos Technologies, a developer of reportedly the world’s first intra-aural 3D scanner for hearing applications, has announced the appointment of Jeffrey C. Leathe as CEO and chairman.
The Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences at Vanderbilt University Medical Center will be hosting its annual “Hearing Aid Hands-On Workshop” on October 13 – 15, 2011.
Oticon New Zealand has announced research that reveals that only 2 out of 10 people with hearing loss actually get help from a hearing care professional.
The International Hearing Society (IHS) has announced that Massachusetts State Representative John Scibak (D-South Hadley) will be present to welcome convention attendees and recognize them for their dedicated efforts in helping the hearing impaired during the opening keynote lunch on September 15, 2011, at the 60th Annual IHS Convention & Expo.
According to a new Australian study, every Australian dollar (A$) invested in early intervention services for deaf children produces almost two dollars’ worth of social, educational, vocational, and economic benefit.
Lantos Technologies Inc, a company developing 3D scanning technology for hearing health applications, has received $4.1 million in private funding, according to an SEC filing.
The Better Hearing Institute (BHI) has released a comprehensive list of hearing aid compatible cell phones.
The Hearinghealthmatters.org blog is adding a section designed specifically for people with hearing loss. The new section, “The Better Hearing Consumer,” will be edited by Gael Hannan, who will advise consumers on living successfully with hearing loss.
Otometrics has officially released the AURICAL audiometric fitting solution in the United States. The company reports that its the worlds only complete, modular fitting solution.
Ida Institute, a non-profit independent educational institute, today announced the appointment of Timothy Cooke as Web content editor and Ena Nielsen as Project Manager.