University of Michigan-Apple Hearing Study
Online
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You are invited to this facebook live event. Sign up in advance for this meeting at the link below. Have you ever wondered how much sound is TOO much sound? The University of Michigan-Apple Hearing Study is working to answer that question, and many more. For the first time ever, we are able to measure headphone and environmental sound exposures in a very large cohort of participants, and to assess how these exposures impact hearing and stress levels. This study will improve our understanding of listening behavior and its overall impact on hearing health, and will help guide public health policy and prevention programs designed to protect and promote hearing health in the US and around the world. Dr. Rick Neitzel is Full Professor of Environmental Health Sciences and Global Public Health at the School of Public Health, University of Michigan. Dr. Neitzel's research program focuses on measuring and evaluating exposures to noise, psychosocial stressors, and safety hazards in workplaces and communities, as well as adverse health impacts such as hearing loss, cardiovascular disease, and injuries that result from these exposures.

University of Michigan-Apple Hearing Study

FB Live Event with Dr. Rick Neitzel

icon to add this event to your google calendarFebruary 14, 2022
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Online
Online URL: https://fb.me/e/1A9k9ysyb
Contact Information: Jaclyn Goodrich, gaydojac@umich.edu

Registration

You are invited to this facebook live event. Sign up in advance for this meeting at the link below. Have you ever wondered how much sound is TOO much sound? The University of Michigan-Apple Hearing Study is working to answer that question, and many more. For the first time ever, we are able to measure headphone and environmental sound exposures in a very large cohort of participants, and to assess how these exposures impact hearing and stress levels. This study will improve our understanding of listening behavior and its overall impact on hearing health, and will help guide public health policy and prevention programs designed to protect and promote hearing health in the US and around the world. Dr. Rick Neitzel is Full Professor of Environmental Health Sciences and Global Public Health at the School of Public Health, University of Michigan. Dr. Neitzel's research program focuses on measuring and evaluating exposures to noise, psychosocial stressors, and safety hazards in workplaces and communities, as well as adverse health impacts such as hearing loss, cardiovascular disease, and injuries that result from these exposures.