Centre for Hearing Sciences

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The Hearing Science Laboratory is a centre of excellence for research at the All Institute of Speech & Hearing. The Hearing Science Centre, which initiated its operations in January 2024, aims to deepen the understanding of auditory perception in individuals with normal hearing and hearing impairment. Utilizing an array of methodologies including behavioral approaches, electrophysiology, and assistive technology, our research centre endeavors to tackle the complex challenges associated with auditory perception in humans.

Faculty members and researchers at the centre are dedicated to both basic and applied research. The centre’s mission is to advance theoretical knowledge while also addressing the practical needs of individuals with hearing impairments. The research endeavors focus on:

  • Exploring Hearing Mechanisms: The centre is dedicated to understanding the complex processes involved in human hearing. Through the study of the auditory system at different levels, insights are gained into how sound is perceived, processed, and understood by the brain.