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12 January, 2017 - Speech-Language and Audiology Canada

SAC is proud to partner with the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association on the Spotlight on Invisible Disabilities Project. With funding from the Government of Canada, this project involves consultations and forums to ensure people with invisible...

13 January, 2017 - Université de Montréal

"Could learning to play a musical instrument help the elderly react faster and stay alert? Quite likely, according to a new study by Université de Montréal’s School of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology..." Continue reading.

13 January, 2017 - Smithsonian

"In a lab in MIT’s Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, cohorts of mice with artificially-induced Alzheimer’s have been getting an unusual new treatment: Confined to a dark room, they’re exposed to visual stimulation in the form of..." ...

13 January, 2017 - CBC

"A researcher from P.E.I. is part of a team looking at youth hearing loss, and how it's connected to a gene mutation. Montague, P.E.I., native Justin Pater, who studied biology at UPEI and is one year away from completing his PhD at Memorial...

13 January, 2017 - Science Magazine

"In athletes who suffered a concussion, a protein in their blood may be able to predict when they can return to action. A new study finds that those who took longer to return to play had higher levels..." Continue reading.

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