American Auditory Society

Recent News and Updates.

    • The abstract submission site for our 50th Annual Scientific & Technology Conference closed November 15, 2022. Authors will be notified of the program committee’s decisions by early January.
    • Register to Attend the 50th Anniversary, AAS Conference to be held March 2-4, 2023, In-person only (no virtual attendance option).
    • Register for the Population Hearing Health Care (POPHHC) Conference, February 28 - March 1, 2023
    • spAAS Foundations of Auditory Research (FAR) Mentoring Videos

Mission, Goals, and Objectives.

The mission of AAS is to promote the translation of scientific discovery to clinical practice in hearing and balance disorders through multi-disciplinary interaction among members in clinical care, research, engineering and industry. To pursue this mission, the society coordinates and disseminates information through an annual meeting and other scientific communications for the advancement of research, education and practice.

Vision Statement: To transform hearing and balance healthcare through novel scientific discovery.

The Benefits of Membership.

Members receive discounted registration rates for the AAS Annual Conference, discounted job posting rates on the AAS Job Board, and a complimentary online subscription to Ear and Hearing, the bimonthly comprehensive, multi-disciplinary journal that keeps you abreast of current clinical ideas and procedures. Although the Society is based in the United States, there are no geographic limits - we welcome your involvement from anywhere in the world!

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The Annual Scientific & Technology Conference.

The AAS 50th Annual Scientific & Technology Conference will be held at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona, March 2 - 4, 2023. The Conference offers translational research presentations, special sessions, poster sessions, technology updates, the Carhart Memorial and Killion Lectures, and a Life Achievement Award.


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