Clarity has named Jamie van den Bergh as the company’s new president. Van den Bergh succeeds Carsten Trads, who is retiring after more than a decade at the helm of Clarity.
The Salus University Alumni Association announced its 2015 awards, and two of the recipients this year are audiologists who have largely contributed to the profession. The awards will be presented at the celebration dinner during Alumni Weekend, May 2-3, 2015.
To support its ongoing growth, Listen Technologies appoints Andrew Glasmacher as product training manager to serve as an additional resource for dealers and end users.
In her Marion Downs Lecture at AAA 2015, Christine Yoshinaga-Itano, PhD, provided a comprehensive update of how far we have come in early hearing screenings and interventions, thanks to the combined efforts of Downs and the many dedicated colleagues she inspired.
Unitron US appointed Steven Eagon as director of in-clinic success, a role the company says underlines its support of hearing care professionals in providing exceptional in-clinic patient experiences.
At the AudiologyNOW! AAA 2015 conference in San Antonio, Texas, Oticon President Peer Lauritsen presented a $25,000 donation to the America Academy of Audiology Foundation’s (AAAF) Empowering People scholarship fund.
Mike Dittman has been named president of Unitron US, and the company has launched its North platform and new Moxi products after successful live trials at AAA 2015.
An interview with Phonak Group VP Martin Grieder and VP of Product Marketing Thomas Lang.
Brandon Sawalich, senior vice president at Starkey Hearing Technologies, was named one of Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal’s "40 Under 40" honorees at the awards ceremony on March 5, 2015.
Oticon announced the appointment of Thomas Lawrence to the company’s newly created national sales manager position, and the promotion of Kelly Cedor, AuD, CCC-A, to the northeast regional manager position.
Audioscan, Dorchester, Ontario, has announced that John Pumford, AuD, joined the management team at the start of 2015 as the company's director of audiology and education.
HR interviewed Ear Gear President Mark Rosal and his sales team about the company's latest developments, including new customer advocacy programs that help hearing care businesses succeed.
IMHear Corporation (IMH), Downers Grove, Ill, has announced the recent development of its patent pending line of EZCharge "battery free" hearing aids, and new staff hires as it prepares to secure OEM and development partner relations.
Sonova Holding AG has announced an agreement to purchase 100% of the shares of Hansaton Akustik GmbH and that it would recommit to distribution through its two German retailers, Vitakustik Hörgeräte GmbH and Fiebing Hörtechnik GmbH, as part of an expanded retail strategy in Germany.
In a video posted on the USA Today site, you can watch as deaf teenager Maggie Gleason hears for the first time in her life, thanks to an auditory brainstem implant (ABI).
Audigy Group president, Mason Walker, was named to Portland Business Journal's list of “Forty Under 40,” an annual award that recognizes accomplished professionals in Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Audiologist Garry G. Gordon, owner of EAR Inc, discusses how to recognize and capitalize on opportunities for business and career success in hearing healthcare.
It was announced in news reports on February 5, 2015 that Margaret A. Hamburg, MD, Commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), has resigned from her position, effective March 2015.
Turtle Beach Corporation, San Diego, Calif, announced the appointment of Bruce Thompson as eastern regional vice president of its HyperSound Hearing Solutions.
Hearing Review interviewed Mel Sorkowitz, audiologist and owner of Royal Palm Hearing Aid Centers in Florida. His daughter and hearing instrument specialist, Elissa Sorkowitz-LeJeune, joined the discussion about finding a niche in hearing healthcare.