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At RAISN, we are a team of research audiologists dedicated to connecting scientists, audiologists, professionals in industry, and students interested in the field of research audiology. We seek to promote career opportunities and provide relevant continuing education and important conversations for research audiologists. If you want to be kept up-to-date with research audiology happenings, subscribe to our mailing list at the bottom of the page. 

Want to know what research audiology is all about? Check out our About Research Audiology section or invite us for an educational     Q & A with your class. 

 

WHAT'S NEW?

April 2022

  • The RAISN monthly meeting is Monday, 4/18/22, at 12pm CT. Contact us for the Zoom link if you'd like to join.

  • Want to practice your poster or talk for ACIA?  We're having a listening & feedback session on May 10th! Sign up to reserve your spot!

March 2022

  • The RAISN monthly meeting is Monday, 3/21/22, at 12pm CT. Contact us for the Zoom link if you'd like to join.

  • We are brainstorming ideas for a two-part session on finding and applying for funding opportunities as a research audiologist (especially with an AuD). If you are a research audiologist who has experience applying for and/or obtaining funding for an independent line of research, we want to talk to you! 

January 2022

  • The link to view the recording of our fall webinar is posted in on the Annual Webinar page (found under Outreach). Check it out!

 

OUR GOALS

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CONNECT & SUPPORT RESEARCH AUDIOLOGISTS

With our network of research audiologists, we can share ideas, software, recruitment tips, etc. to support others in the field. Visit our Can We Help? page to see services we offer for research audiologists in the field. 

PROMOTE CAREERS IN RESEARCH AUDIOLOGY

We compile & share job postings for research audiologists from organizations all over the world in our newsletters and on social media. We also share our own career experiences in Q & A sessions and advocate for research audiology representation within professional organizations.

PROVIDE CONTINUING EDUCATION TO RESEARCH AUDIOLOGISTS

Research audiologists do a lot of on-the-job training! We continually share helpful podcasts & resources in our newsletters and also host a webinar to develop our research audiology skills.

 

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