Sound and Brain Health: What have we learned from Music? …and Concussion?
Nina Kraus, PhD
Professor of Communication Sciences, Neurobiology, and Otolaryngology
Hugh Knowles Chair at Northwestern University
Nina Kraus, is a neuroscientist, inventor, musician, and Hugh Knowles Professor of Communication Sciences who advocates for best practices in education, health, and social policy. Studying newborns to adults aged 90+, her research shows how our lives surrounded by sounds—for better (musicians) or worse (injury, hearing loss)—shape how we hear.
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