This annual, in-person event includes presentations from Center faculty and collaborators focused, this year, on aspects of the ACHIEVE study.  Stay for lunch and enjoy poster presentations from trainees, junior faculty, and research staff. Research Day concludes with a celebratory happy hour.  

Advance registration is required. Registration is free.  CART services will be provided. For accessibility accommodations, please contact 

Date & Location

Friday, April 19, 2024 at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 615 N Wolfe St, Baltimore, MD 21205


9:00 am  - Breakfast , Welcome, and Updates, Frank Lin, MD, PhD, Cochlear Center Director 

10:00 am - Presentations

"Design and Implementation of the ACHIEVE Hearing Intervention," Theresa Chisholm, PhD, University of South Florida

"Implications for Audiology from the ACHIEVE Study: Hearing & Technology Characteristics," Victoria Sanchez, AuD, PhD, University of South Florida

"Identifying People Who Cognitively Benefit From Hearing Intervention in the ACHIEVE Study," James Russell Pike, MBA, New York University

"Effect of hearing intervention on social function, depression, and health-related quality of life in older adults," Alison Huang, PhD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University

12:20 pm - Keynote Address & Epi Current Topics Speaker 

Iracema Leroi, MD, Professor in Geriatric Psychiatry at Trinity College Dublin and the Global Brain Health Institute

Presenting "Hearing and Vision Rehabilitation in Dementia: Additional Findings from the SENSE-Cog Program"

1:30 pm - Lunch, Poster Sessions, and Happy Hour


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