Acoustics and Audiometer Calibration (1/2)

30 - 60 mins
20 April 2018


This webinar provides an explanation of the calibration process relating to audiometers. To develop an understanding of applied acoustics for audiologists (i.e. how to measure pure tone signals, masking signals) and to have knowledge of transducer types and adjustments necessary for different populations (e.g. adults/paediatrics) will be provided.


Michael Maslin
After working for several years as an audiologist in the UK, Michael completed his Ph.D. in 2010 at The University of Manchester. The topic was plasticity of the human binaural auditory system. He then completed a 3-year post-doctoral research program that built directly on the underpinning work carried out during his Ph.D. In 2015, Michael joined the Interacoustics Academy, offering training and education in audiological and vestibular diagnostics worldwide. Michael now works for the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, exploring his research interests which include electrophysiological measurement of the central auditory system, and the development of clinical protocols and clinical techniques applied in areas such as paediatric audiology and vestibular assessment and management.

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