Student Travel Award for the Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses in Californina

Wednesday 02 Aug 17


Charlotte Amalie Emdal Navntoft
PhD student
DTU Health Tech

Several researchers from the Hearing Systems group have been granted a Student Travel Award to attend the 2017 Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses (CIAP) which took place at Granlibakken conference center, Lake Tahoe California on July 14-19.

The Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses is a series of biennial international research conferences on cochlear implants and auditory brainstem implants. CIAP provides a unique forum for the presentation and discussion of fundamental scientific research from a diversity of basic science disciplines, as well as input from clinicians, engineers, and technical staff. The close interaction among leading scientific researchers from around the world facilitates the exchange of up-to-the-minute research results. CIAP is affiliated with the Association for Research in Otolaryngology.

The Student Travel Award has covered stay and board at the conference center for the researchers.

Caption photo on top:
Leftmost François Guérit, Wiebke Lamping, Suyash Joshi, Andreu Paredes Gallardo, Niclas Alexander Janßen, Abigail Kressner, Charlotte Navntoft, and Associate Professor Jeremy Marozeau. Photo Niclas Alexander Janßen

Read more about the conference here


Niclas Alexander Janßen, François Guérit, Wiebke Lamping, Suyash Joshi, Charlotte Navntoft visiting PhD Student University of Basel, Switzerland and Andreau Parades Gallardo all got the Student Travel Award which covered stay and board for the conference.