Conference Presentations

The effect of remediation of hearing loss with hearing aids on cognitive function in aging Australians

  1. Julia Sarant. Keynote presentation - Cognitive function and hearing aid use: Can hearing aid use delay cognitive decline or even improve cognition?  (2020). AUDacity, U.S. Academy of Doctors of Audiology, U.S., Virtual Conference, October 16-17
  2. Julia Sarant, David Harris, Peter Busby, Paul Maruff, Adrian Schembri, Jocelyn Phillips, Grace Nixon, Ulrike Lemke, Stefan Launer, Dani Tomlin, Richard Dowell. (2020). Hearing aid use and cognition in older adults: Can we delay decline or even improve cognitive function? Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Virtual Conference, July 26-30
  3. Julia Sarant, David Harris, Paul Maruff, Adrian Schembri, Ulrike Lemke, Danielle Tomlin, Richard Dowell, Jocelyn Phillips, Grace Nixon, Patrick Bowers. (2020). Cognitive function and hearing aid use: Can hearing aid use delay cognitive decline? Audiology Australia Trans-Tasman Online Conference, May 25-31.
  4. Julia Sarant, David Harris, Peter Busby, Adrian Schembri, Jocelyn Phillips, Grace Nixon, Ulrike Lemke, Stefan Launer, Paul Maruff, Dani Tomlin, Richard Dowell, Christine Jones. (2020). Hearing aids and cognitive function in older adults: Initial results. American Auditory Society, Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S., March 5-7.
  5. Julia Sarant, David Harris, Paul Maruff, Adrian Schembri, Ulrike Lemke. (2019). Cognitive function and hearing aid use: Prospective longitudinal study results.  52nd conference of the Australian Association of Gerontologists, November 5-8, Sydney.
  6. Stefan Launer, Julia Sarant, David Harris, Richard Dowell, Paul Maruff, Adrian Schembri, Ulrike Lemke, Robert Briggs, Jocelyn Phillips, and Grace Nixon. (2018). The effect of hearing aids on cognitive function in older hearing aid recipients: Preliminary prospective longitudinal study results. 34th World Congress of Audiology, Cape Town, South Africa, October 28-31.
  7. Julia Sarant, David Harris, Richard Dowell, Paul Maruff, Adrian Schembri, Ulrike Lemke, Robert Briggs, Jocelyn Phillips and Grace Nixon (2018). The effect of remediation of hearing loss on cognitive function in older hearing aid recipients: Preliminary prospective longitudinal study results. HEAL 2016, Cernobbio (Lake Como), Italy, June 7-9, 2018.

The effect of cochlear implants on cognitive function in aging Australians

  1. Julia Sarant. (2019). Cognitive decline and hearing loss in older adults: Why, how, and what can we do? Invited presentation at Audiology Australia Chapter meeting, Melbourne, March 23.
  2. Julia Sarant, David Harris, Richard Dowell, Peter Busby, Paul Maruff, Adrian Schembri, Robert Briggs, Lisa Bennet, Manasi Canagasabey. (2018). The effect of cochlear implants on cognitive function in older adults: Initial baseline results for a prospective longitudinal study. Audiology Australia National Conference, 20-23 May.
  3. Julia Sarant, David Harris, Richard Dowell, Peter Busby, Paul Maruff, Adrian Schembri, Robert Briggs, Lisa Bennet, Manasi Canagasabey, Agnes Au. (2018). The effect of cochlear implants on cognitive function in older adults: Prospective longitudinal study preliminary results. CI2018 Emerging Issues in Cochlear Implantation, Washington DC, March 7-10.
  4. Julia Sarant, Paul Maruff, David Harris, Richard Dowell, Peter Busby, Robert Briggs.  (2016). Hearing loss and cognitive decline – A study of the effect of cochlear implants on cognitive function in the elderly. Audiology Australia National Conference, Melbourne, 22-25 May.