Translating Tinnitus Research Findings into Clinical Practice

ATA Co-Sponsors National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR) 2017 Conference

Manage Your Tinnitus

Discover the proven tools and therapies that can minimize the burden of your tinnitus and improve your quality of life.

Date & Time: 
October 4th, 11:30am

World Trade Center
121 SW Salmon Street
Portland, Oregon 97205

Event Type: 
ATA Co-Sponsored Event

ATA Executive Director, Torryn Brazell will represent ATA at the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR) conference taking place from October 4-6, 2017 at the World Trade Center in downtown Portland, Oregon. Brazell will present a poster on ATA and its focused core purpose and mission on managing, preventing and ultimately curing tinnitus.

Torryn Brazell

The conference, titled "Translating Tinnitus Research Findings into Clinical Practice" will feature talks from tinnitus clinicians and investigators from around the globe and will focus in on the latest in tinnitus management and most cutting-edge clinical research findings on treating tinnitus and related disorders. Many of the invited speakers are current or former ATA Board members and Scientific Advisory Committee members and ATA is honored to participate and help sponsor this important conference.

Information on how to register as well as the full speaker line-up and prelminary conference program can be found by visiting the NCRAR Conference webpage.

Important Dates:

  • Early registration ends on August 25, 2017, so register early for the best pricing.
    Pricing: $150 for VA/DoD/NIH and students, and $250 for all other registrants.
    Pricing for all registrants increases to $300 on August 26, 2017.

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