3rd Music & Cochlear Implants Symposium
Thank you for a wonderful symposium!
Thank you all who participated in-person and virtually, we hope you enjoyed the symposium.
If you missed a session or would like to see it again, all session recordings will be available in the conference platform. You will be able to view the recordings for one month (through 17-Oct).
To access the recordings, simply log-in to the event platform.
Use the email you registered with, go to the Auditorium, click on the orange screen to enter the agenda, choose the respective day, and click on the “Play” button to watch the meeting recording.
Click here to review the program, see the schedule, and read the abstracts.
The dates for the Music and Cochlear Implant Symposium are September 15 & 16, 2021.
The event will be hybrid, whereby presenters and participants may attend in-person or virtually. The in-person event will adhere to all COVID guidelines in the UK. Click here for up-to-date information about the guidelines in Cambridge and here for details about the broader travel restrictions for the UK.
Thank you for those who have submitted abstracts, we have sent out notifications.
Thank you for the fantastic CI user testimonials, we are pleased to have such a variety of CI users for our user panel!
We look forward to seeing everyone in September!
We are proud to announce the third International Symposium on Music and Cochlear Implant Research to be held September 15-16, 2021 in Cambridge, UK. The symposium will be hosted by Debi Vickers, Bob Carlyon, Brian Moore, Ian Winter and Manohar Bance and is co-funded by the William Demant Foundation (previously Oticon Foundation).
The symposium is free to attend. Due to space limitations, spots will be prioritized for those presenting their work.
Click on INFORMATION to learn more about the event, venue, hosts, and meet the organizing committee.
Thank you for your abstract submissions, all notifications have been emailed.
Registration is still open. See the speaker programme, review travel and accomodation details, and see the complete program book.
Check out this video from the 2nd Music & Cochlear Implants Symposium that took place in Montreal in 2018.