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The Listen to Me! 2021 Conference, June 22-23, 2021

The Listen to Me! Conference is an intensive training program for children, families, and professionals to learn how to maximize listening and spoken language development with cochlear implants. 

Therapists, audiologists, teachers, and administrators are encouraged to accompany your clients or come individually to continue your professional learning. 

The Listen to Me! Conference has a limited number of openings. We currently accept only 25 professionals per year.  We do keep a waiting list.


Dr. Sunwoo laboratory studies the interaction between tumor cells and the host immune system. Current research includes: understanding the role of innate lymphoid cells (ILCs) and NK cells in the context of cancer; understanding how epigenetic changes in the tumor microenvironment modulate immune responses; and understanding tumor-intrinsic mechanisms driving immune response and/or evasion. 

SICHL Webinar
Feb 18, 2021

On February 18, 2021, The Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss hosted a webinar about our research, led by Dr. Robert Jackler and including comments from Drs. Teresa Nicolson, Anthony Ricci and Alan Cheng. The live session reached attendees from five countries. The event was recorded for future audiences and includes captioning for the hearing impaired.



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