CAA 2024 Poster Session

CAA 2024 Annual Conference Poster Session
                                                   

The CAA Annual Conference Poster Session will return in 2024 with opportunities for audiology professionals and current Au.D. students to share their research with the audiology community. The 2024 Annual Conference Poster Session will take place on Thursday, September 12, 2024 from 4:00 - 6:00 PM. 


We look forward to welcoming the following abstract poster presenters to the 2024 Annual Conference.

Bilingual Ears: Processing Second Language Words Under Difficult Listening Conditions
           Sandy Cordon

           California State University, Northridge

Normative data for Speech Coherence Index (SCI) 
           Ebony Rivera

           University of the Pacific

Integrating Virtual Reality and 3D Printing in Audiology Education and Patient Counseling
           Raymund Ulysys Madayag

           California State University, Sacramento 

Comparison of the Repeat-Recall Test in Different Age Groups
           Casey Smith

           University of the Pacific

Language modalities for Deaf or Hard of Hearing (DHH) children: What information is provided?
          Monique Merrill

           California State University, Sacrament

Do Hearing Aids Prevent Cognitive Decline?
           Nikolas Klakow, Au.D.

           Sonova US




Frequency Tuning Characteristics of Bone-Conduction Ocular Vestibular-Evoked Myogenic Potentials: A Large Sample Study
           Arthur Ni

           California State University, Los Angeles

The Effects of Noise Exposure on Saccular Sensitivity in Musicians 
           Sarah Nunns 

           California State University, Los Angeles

Clinical Performance of a Novel Microphone Array Assisted by Acoustic-Informed Deep Learning Model
           Bethany Sieffert 

           University of the Pacific 

Burnout in different stages of an audiology student and professional
           Riley Kinder

           California State University, Sacramento 

Exploring the Correlation Between Anxiety Level and Dental Instrument Noise
           Cheng Zeng

           University of the Pacific

From Frustrated and Discouraged to Confident and Content: Smartphone Captioned Call Experiences with the InnoCaption App
           Michelle Hu

           InnoCaption 



Do you have research or an interesting case you would like to share?

Abstract Submission for the 2024 Annual Conference is now closed.

If you would like to be a part of the 2025 Annual Conference Poster Session, please watch your email for the 2025 Annual Conference Call for Abstracts later this year.

Abstract Submission Instructions

  • Abstracts should represent original scientific research or educational case studies.
  • Abstract submission is for both audiology professionals and current Au.D. students.
  • There is a 250 word limit on the text in the body of submitted abstracts.
  • Accepted abstracts will be designated as poster presentations.
  • Abstracts must be submitted by 11:59PM (midnight) on the posted deadline date.
  • Abstract acceptance notifications are expected to be sent in late Spring.
  • Presenting authors of accepted abstracts must register and pay for meeting attendance to secure their spot as an abstract poster presenter.
  • While in the submission module, if you need to return to a previous page in the submission process, please use the back arrow on your browser.
  • Abstracts for audiology professionals and audiology students will be evaluated separately.
  • Abstracts commercial in nature will not be accepted. Companies supporting the CAA Annual Conference will have opportunities to present data about specific products during the Annual Conference.
  • If you have challenges with your submission, please email info@caaud.org.