Auditory Vestibular Research Enhancement Award Program
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What's new with AVREAP? The 23rd Annual Appalachian Spring Conference sets attendance records!
Veterans and Research
Discover how the involvement of our Veteran volunteers helps both the volunteer and Veterans everywhere.
New research underway! Dr. Courtney Hall recently started a new study to test a new approach to treating dizziness and imbalance in older adults.
The Auditory Vestibular Research Enhancement Award Program (AVREAP) is a grant funded by the VA Rehabilitation Research and Development Office to support and supplement active research programs at the Mountain Home VAMC. The mission of the AVREAP is to improve the quality of life for Veterans with hearing and balance disorders. Our research aims to advance the knowledge of these disorders and to improve best clinic practices for the assessment and rehabilitation of hearing and balance function in Veterans and the community at large.
The Appalachian Spring Conference is one of the methods used by the AVREAP to share scholarly information. The conference, which started in 1994, is hosted each June and includes invited internationally recognized speakers who give in-depth seminars on the primary topic. Click here for more information.
In the News
What's new with AVREAP? The 23rd Annual Appalachian Spring Conference set a record for attendance! Click here find out more.
4th Year Externship
AVREAP is pleased to announce that two 2016-2017 hybrid clinical/research 4th year externship positions have been awarded for 2016. The hybrid externship allow students the opportunity to gain research expereience with AVREAP investigators as part of their 4th year training. Click for more information.