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The genetics forum is one of a number of specialist audiology forums that make up Audiology Discussions, an international forum for audiology. The genetics forum includes questions, answers and discussion about genetic changes and their implications, which may lead to hearing, vestibular and other communication disorders. The genetics forum also currently contains abstracts / details of recently published related to this area.

The genetics forum is particularly useful to anyone who is carrying out academic research in this area, or studying this area. Those who may find this forum useful are research scientists (audiological scientists), audiologists, audiological physicians etc. Leading professionals from around the world are using this forum.

In order to take part in this forum you will need to register (this is free of charge and very simple to do). All professionals working audiology and related fields are welcome to take part in the discussions. If you are new to forums you may wish to view the forum introduction page to learn more. If you are ready to register and continue to the forum please click here.

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Areas of Discussion within this forum include:

  • genetic conditions, which may lead to communication disorders
  • deafness genetics (genetics of hearing disorders)
  • vestibular disorders genetics
  • speech disorders genetics

 

 

 



 
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