Dr. Steve Aiken is an Associate Professor of Audiology, Surgery, Psychology and Neuroscience at Dalhousie University. He is a Past-President of the Canadian Academy of Audiology and the chair of the Canadian Infant Hearing Task Force. Prior to joining Dalhousie, he spent time as a clinical audiologist at the Canadian Hearing Society and as an in-house audiologist and consultant in the hearing aid industry. Dr.Aiken’s research is focused on assessing how speech sounds are encoded in the brain.
Dr. Brian Westerberg, an Otolaryngologist specializing in Otology and Neurotology is based at the B.C. Rotary Hearing and Balance Centre in Vancouver British Columbia. Dr. Westerberg graduated from Queen’s University Faculty of Medicine in 1989, completed two years of Residency training in General Surgery at Queen’s before transferring to UBC to complete further training in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. He subsequently completed a Fellowship in Otology and Neurotology at the California Ear Institute at Stanford University in 1996 and a Masters in Health Care and Epidemiology at UBC in May 1999. Dr. Westerberg has served the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons as a Program Director for OHNS at UBC, as a member of the Examination Committee for his specialty, and as Vice-Chair and Chair of the Specialty Committee in OHNS, and is currently a member of the Residency Accreditation Committee. He has supervised numerous Masters and PhD candidates, and Clinical Fellows. His interest in global health is apparent in his involvement in Zimbabwe and Uganda Hearing Health Care Programs. He is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Surgery and Director of the Branch for International Surgical Care at the University of British Columbia.University of British Columbia
Clinical Professor – Head, Division of Otolaryngology at Providence Health Care
BC Children’s Hospital
Vancouver General Hospital
St. Paul’s Hospital
Prior to her role with The Hearing Foundation of Canada, Lindsay worked for several public affairs firms, serving as a bilingual liaison between high profile clients and government officials, helping to secure funding for several non-profit organizations. Throughout this time, she was also an active volunteer for the Liberal Party of Canada, where she assisted the department of operations, communications and fundraising.
Lindsay holds a BA in Ethics from the University of Ottawa and has since continued to pursue her studies at the graduate level.
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