Join Cubex for an evening of dinner & professional discussion at La Fromagerie Marylebone with our special guest, Mr Thomas Behrens, Director for the Centre for Applied Audiology Research at Oticon global headquarters.
We are also pleased to have Mr Jeremy Corcoran, Doctoral Researcher & Highly Specialised Physiotherapist from Cubex & Guys & St Thomas’ discussing his research on the Effects of Balance Disorders on Higher Cognition.
The evening is designed to speak to professionals who specialise in the fields of Otology, General Medicine, Audiology, Vestibular Health, Psychology, Mental and Cognitive Health. It provides an opportunity to learn more about the wider context of hearing health.
DATE: 14th May 2019
TIME: 7 PM
PLACE: LA FROMAGERIE
This intimate and relaxed evening aims to keep medical and healthcare professionals at the forefront of recent developments in the areas of Cognitive Hearing Science & Balance Disorders. The evening allows professionals to share their experiences and learn more about the field from different perspectives. During the evening discussions, guests will also enjoy some of the most beautiful seasonal produce from La Fromagerie.
The fee for the evening is as follows:
However, friends and professional colleagues of Cubex can attend with our compliments and should get in touch with us directly on firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve. Otherwise, click on the reservation link below.
Programme & Topic Overview
Arrival: 19:00 sharp
Dinner & Discussion Begins: 19:15
- Issues in Cognition, Audition and Amplification
- Research in Cognitive Hearing Science
– New discoveries about hearing
– New discoveries about what hearing technology can do for the brain
- Future of Brain Hearing
- Effects of balance disorders on higher cognition
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We are very excited to have Thomas Behrens as our special guest and one of our speakers on the night.
Thomas Behrens is the Chief of Audiology for Oticon and Senior Director at the Centre for Applied Audiology Research at Oticon. He has been a driving force behind the development of BrainHearing™, part of Oticon’s Cognitive Hearing Science Research, helping put substance behind Oticon’s belief that hearing care is important to general healthcare.
He is responsible for clinical research, professional communication and definition of the audiology in new products. Prior to this, he spent 10 years at the Eriksholm Research Centre. His research interests include among other cognitive hearing science, signal processing, outcome measures and eHealth. Thomas regularly publishes research in scientific journals. His areas of expertise include; spatial hearing, signalling processing for hearing aid technology, technical audiology, outcome measures and methods for laboratory, as well as field trials.
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What can we say about the infamous La Fromagerie except that this is where we come to see, taste, smell and experience fresh produce and food at its best and in its truest version.
Located in Moxon Street in Marylebone, this dining space, fresh produce specialist and London’s finest cheese monger’s select and serve only the most exceptional seasonal produce available that is sourced directly from small producers.
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