The SHRC pursues collaborative partnerships with basic researchers in perceptual science and signal processing. Center researchers translate knowledge of both the real needs of the hearing impaired and the capabilities of hearing aid technology into the laboratories of university scientists and engineers.
Guidance and resources are provided to students for projects on hearing impairment and related technology. The SHRC also pursues collaborative research opportunities and potential technology from other industries and fields that could benefit the hearing impaired.
Current & Past Partners
At the Starkey Hearing Research Center, we have a relentless drive to enhance hearing. We are continually looking for better and smarter ways to improve hearing for both hearing impaired and normal listeners, and are continually on the lookout for dedicated and talented people who share this drive.
We have opportunities available every year for internships to conduct projects in translational hearing research in close collaboration with SHRC researchers. These internships are suitable for graduate students in the various disciplines associated with the study of hearing, including neuroscience, signal processing, psychology, audiology, and electrical engineering. Contact us if interested in participating in this program.