Rubinstein Lab

Dr. Rubinstein's lab explores cochlear implant signal processing to develop and improve implantable devices that combat the effects of hearing loss and disequalibrium.

The Rubinstein Lab uses novel signal processing strategies to enhance function of current cochlear implant technology, and to understand the processing of auditory information in the brain. In addition, the group is developing novel instruments to evaluate auditory processing in patients.

 

Contact Info

Jay Rubinstein, MD, PhD

rubinj@u.washington.edu

206.616.6655

VIRGINIA MERRILL BLOEDEL HEARING RESEARCH CENTER

University of Washington, Box 357923, CHDD Building, CD176 Seattle, WA 98195-7923, Phone 206.685.2962, FAX 206.616.1828, bloedel@u.washington.edu