From the American Academy of Audiology Website: The AAAF is pleased to announce that it will partner with the American Institute of Balance (AIB) Education Foundation to fund an annual grant in vestibular research. Thanks to a generous gift from the AIB Education Foundation, a grant of up to $5,000 will be made for balance research or a vestibular fellowship opportunity for an audiology graduate student. Richard E. Gans, PhD, Founder and Executive Director of the AIB Education Foundation, stated how pleased he is to contribute to the funding of this new award: I am so pleased to work with the Academy and AAAF to fund new research in balance science. Balance disorders have received growing attention in recent years, and our Read More
Students in the NSU’s International Doctor of Audiology Program’ Vestibular Class practice Vertebral Artery Screening and Canalith Repositioning Maneuvers. Students in this year’s class are audiologists from throughout the United Kingdom and Malta. Dr. Gans has taught the London based class for the past 8 years.
This year’s on-campus vestibular class at NSU is seen with adjunct professor Richard Gans, Ph.D.. Students receive extensive lecture in vestibular disorders, assessment and treatment, as well as laboratory and clinical practice in a variety of diagnostic clinical settings with NSU faculty. AIB has served as a 4th year externship site for NSU students.