PROF SUSAN ARNDT Senior Physician Department of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology and Implant Center Medical Center - University of Freiburg Freiburg, Germany
2011: Thesis (Habilitationsschrift); Title: “Special cases of cochlea implantation- current aspects to indication extension.”
1999: Doctoral thesis in ENT, University of Rostock (grade MD); Title: “Presence of CD45RA and CD45R0 immunocompetent cells in correlation to B and T lymphocytes in primary and recurrent tumors of the larynx” .
1990-1996: Study of Medicine, University of Rostock
since 2015: Head of section “Experimental-clinical Otology”
since 2014: Vice Director of ENT-Hospital Freiburg, Germany
2014: Appointment as associate professor
2008: Deputy head of Cochlear Implant section
2003-2012: Head of the outpatient OP Center
since 2003: Senior physician ENT-Hospital, Medical School, University Freiburg
2012: Award of the Research Association of German Hearing Aid Acousticians
2012: Award of Eleonore-und-Fritz-Hodeige Foundation
Five Most Important Publications
Zirn S, Angermeier J, Arndt S, Aschendorff A, Wesarg T. Reducing the Device Delay Mismatch Can Improve Sound Localization in Bimodal Cochlear Implant or Hearing-Aid Users. Trends Hear. 2019 Jan-Dec;23: 2331216519843876
Zirn S, Arndt S, Aschendorff A, Laszig R, Wesarg T. Perception of Interaural Phase Differences With Envelope and Fine Structure Coding Strategies in Bilateral Cochlear Implant Users. Trends Hear. 2016 22;20.
Arndt S, Prosse S, Laszig R, Wesarg T, Aschendorff A, Hassepass F. Cochlear implantation in children with single-sided deafness: does aetiology and duration of deafness matter? Audiol Neurootol. 2015;20 Suppl 1:21-30.
Arndt S, Laszig R, Beck R, Schild C, Maier W, Birkenhäger R, Kroeger S, Wesarg T, Aschendorff A. Spectrum of Hearing Disorders and Their Management in Children with CHARGE Syndrome. Otol Neurotol. 2010;31(1):67-73.
Arndt S, Aschendorff A, Laszig R, Beck R, Schild C, Kroeger S, Ihorst G, Wesarg T. Comparison of pseudobinaural hearing rehabilitation to real binaural hearing after cochlear implantation in patients with unilateral deafness and tinnitus. Otol Neurotol. 2011 32(1):39-47.
Research expertise Since 2003 experience as PI and Co-investigator in numerous projects. Special fields of interests and research are cochlear implantation, especially single sided deafness, maturation of auditory pathway (EEG, f-MRI), cross-modal plasticity (PET, f-MRI, MRI), bimodal fitting, development of new electrode designs, vertigo and QoL, preservation of residual hearing and hearing effort. Development, research and improvement of implantable hearing aids, especially middle ear and bone conduction systems (optimizing surgical techniques, indication, performance).
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