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Ear Science Institute Australia is a medical science centre in Perth that is unique to any other around the world. Established in 2001 by Professor Marcus Atlas, an ear specialist and surgeon scientist, it has become renowned for its ability to integrate all facets of the not-for-profit organisation.
ClearDrum is an ALL-NEW ear implant set to help the millions of people who suffer from Chronic Middle Ear Disease each year.
Three generations of a Perth family are living proof of the big gains that come from science, all gifted with hearing thanks to Australian medical research.
Between the 10th of April to the 17th of April we hosted a week celebrating hearing dogs on social media.
To recognise World Health Day, Ear Science created a video highlighting the affect your hearing health has on your body and mind.
Check out the highlights from the first ever World Hearing Day Research Symposium.
To celebrate World Hearing Day 2017 and generate awareness of hearing loss around the globe, Ear Science is hosting a range of different initiatives.
To celebrate World Hearing Day, our Lions Hearing Clinics together with the Lions Hearing Foundation will be collecting pre-owned hearing aids and redistributing them to countries in need.
Join the first annual World Hearing Day Research Symposium. Showcasing groundbreaking research, the free symposium will be a meeting of people with a passion for hearing research.
To celebrate World Hearing Day on the 3rd of March, Ear Science Clinic is hosting a professional education evening called Beyond Hearing Aids.
Find out where you can drop off your preo-owned hearing aids for the World Hearing Day hearing aid collection.
To celebrate World Hearing Day, the Lions Hearing Bus will be conducting free hearing screenings at Bunnings in Ellenbrook from 9 am - 2 pm.
To celebrate International Cochlear Implant Day, Ear Science shared a range of articles, stories and videos of cochlear implant recipients.
Learn how we recognised and raised awareness for Tinnitus Awareness Week 2017.
This coming year, The Gift of Hearing Swim Team, headed by Professor Atlas, will compete in the Karma Resorts Rottnest Channel Swim on Saturday 25 February, 2017.
Between the 16th of January to the 22nd of January we hosted a week celebrating kids with cochlear implants on our Ear Science Facebook page
Over the Christmas of 2016 we posted various Christmas related hearing stories on our Ear Science Facebook page.
Learn how the Lions Hearing Aid Bank donated thousands of hearing aids to areas in need such as the Philippines, Indonesia and Africa.
Over the course of Hearing Awareness Week (Aug 21 - Aug 28), Ear Science hosted a number of free events to raise awareness for hearing loss.
In 2016 Ear Science Institute Australia proudly announced Professor Peter Friedland, the former private ear nose and throat surgeon of Nelson Mandela, as its new Head of Clinical Research.
The Gift of Hearing is a charitable appeal that works to raise funds to assist those in need with hearing devices such as hearing aids and cochlear implants and to provide much needed funding for research into ear and hearing disorders.
Cheers for Ears was a fun, interactive school incursion for kids aged 8 to 12, that explored how our ears work and how to look after them.
Learn how Western Australia state has actively demonstrated an overriding effort to lead the world in the latest ear and hearing practices.
In late 2015, Ear Science Institute Australia restored hearing to its 500th cochlear implant recipient.
In October 2014 Ear Science launched EnginEars - the state’s most ambitious hearing implant program for kids.
A 17 year old Perth school-boy was the world’s first adolescent recipient of a new magnetically attached hearing implant at the Ear Science Institute Australia.
To celebrate Hearing Awareness Week in 2013, Ear Science launched "Extending the Boundaries" a program aimed to support regional health efforts and bridge the ‘hearing’ health gap between rural and metropolitan.
The multi-pronged research drive to define the role of restoring hearing loss to prevent or delay the onset of dementia has been further bolstered by a $2.4 million Lotterywest facilities grant to the burgeoning Ear Science Institute Australia.