All four of the MOSAICS ESRs recently attended the 16th European Symposium on Pediatric Cochlear Implantation (ESPCI) hosted in Rotterdam from May 30th – June 3rd. Loes Beckers (ESR 2), Nikki Philpott (ESR 3) and Enrico Migliorini (ESR 4) had the opportunity to showcase their work in an e-poster format, while Ignacio Calderón (ESR 1) shared his latest research data in an oral presentation.
Aside from the opportunity to share knowledge and learn from other researchers and clinicians in the cochlear implant field, it was also an opportunity to connect with MOSAICS project partner EURO-CIU (pictured below). On behalf of all the ESRs, we would like to thank the ESPCI organizers, especially MOSAICS PI Prof. Emmanuel Mylanus, for an excellent and engaging conference!
Curious to know more? Explore the ESRs’presentations below (*presenting author):
- Planning to incorporate cognitive measures in clinical care? – Some theoretical and practical learnings, evaluating 54 studies in a systematic scoping review (poster) by *Loes Beckers, Nikki Philpott, Birgit Philips, Emmanuel Mylanus, Wendy Huinck.
- Variability in clinicians’ prediction accuracy for outcomes of adult cochlear implant users (poster) by *Nikki Philpott, Birgit Philips, Rogier Donders, Emmanuel Mylanus, Wendy Huinck.
- AuDiET: Auditory Diagnostics and Error based Treatment – Towards performance based fitting (poster) by *Enrico Migliorini, Nikki Philpott, Jan-Willem Wasmann, Bas van Dijk, Birgit Philips, Emmanuel Mylanus, Wendy Huinck.
- Using reaction times to capture temporal interactions in electrical hearing (oral) by *Jorge Ignacio Calderon De Palma, John Van Opstal, Emmanuel Mylanus, Andy Beynon, Joerg Pesch, Marc Mathijs van Wanrooij.