Research Spotlight: HESP Researchers Receive $8 million to Combat Hearing Loss in Older Americans
The National Institute on Aging awarded more than $8 million to the University of Maryland to develop an innovative approach for addressing hearing loss and communication challenges that affect millions of older Americans. The five-year, multidisciplinary research project will combine expertise from the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences; the A. James Clark School of Engineering; the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences; and the Center for Advanced Study of Language.
HESP's own Sandra Gordon-Salant will serve as the project's lead investigator and will be joined by Matthew Goupell, Samira Anderson and Stefanie Kuchinsky.
Read more on the BSOS website.