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Jason Galster | OMICS International
ISSN: 2161-119X

Otolaryngology: Open Access
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Jason Galster

Starkey Hearing Technologies, USA & Director of Clinical Research at Advanced Bionics.

Biography

Dr. Jason Galster is a recognized leader in hearing loss and cochlear implants. He currently serves as the Director of Clinical Research at Advanced Bionics, a company that offers advanced cochlear implants for adults and children alike. He’s also an Adjunct Professor at Salus University and Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Galster is known for his innovation and research in audiology, starting his career back in 1999 as a research assistant. He refined his approach over a decade at Starkey Hearing Technologies, working as the Senior Manager of Audiology Research
Publications

Hearing Aid Use by Unilaterally Impaired Individuals: Outcome of the Tinnitus Handicap Inventory

Tinnitus is a problem commonly associated with unilateral sensor neural hearing impairments; however, little has been published on the most efficacious approach to treating tinnitus in this population. Previous studies have shown that hearing aids are beneficial in treating tinnitus in individuals with hearing loss, but this has not been thoroughly... Read More»

Charles E. Bishop, Alex Ashford, Jason Galster and Ian Windmill

Research Article: Otolaryngology 2012, S3-004

DOI: 10.4172/2161-119X.S3-004

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