Personal reflections on the multichannel cochlear implant and a view of the future
Graeme M Clark
Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development | JOURNAL REHAB RES & DEV | Published : 2008
Awarded by U.S. NIH
I am indebted to Dr. David Lawrence for his attention to the preparation of the figures in particular and to Ms. Naomi Morter for her administrative assistance. The research would not have been possible without the support of the University of Melbourne, University of Sydney, Blonic Ear Institute, Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, ARC, U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), Lions Clubs International, and many trusts and foundations. However, taking the research to many thousands internationally has required an outstanding level of cooperation with Cochlear Ltd.This material was based on work supported by the ATV0 Nerve Deafness Telethon; Australian Government's Public Interest Grant Scheme; National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia; ARC; U.S. NIH grants 1-DC-9-2400, 1-NS-7-2342 (studies on pediatric auditory prostheses implants), and 1-NS-5-2388 (speech processors for auditory prostheses); Deafness Foundation of Victoria; and trusts and foundations.Until 2006, Dr. Graeme Clark received an inventor's share of royalties from Cochlear Ltd.