February 2015 eNewsletter
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Our special Friday evening social event on March 6 will be held at the Musical Instruments Museum (MIM) in Phoenix: "The Most Extraordinary Museum You'll Ever Hear."

Modeled after the Musical Instruments Museum in Brussels, Belgium, the MIM collects, preserves, and makes accessible high-quality musical instruments, images, and music from every country in the world. Please join us for an unforgettable evening of refreshments and fun.

Buses will pick up at 5:45 pm under the bridge (where the hotel bridges together in the east crosswalk, under the restaurant). If you miss the first round of buses, there will be another bus at 7:00 pm. Buses will depart the MIM at depart the MIM at 9:30 and 10:30 pm and return to the Chaparral Suites. 

There are a limited number of tickets remaining for this Friday night event. Attendees can purchase tickets in advance, through the AAS website, or on-site at the AAS Registration Desk, while supplies last.

President's Message
The 2015 American Auditory Society Scientific and Technology Conference is quickly approaching! This conference continues the tradition of bringing updates on the latest developments in science, technology and clinical practice in a collegial environment.  We appreciate the work of Harvey Abrams, PhD, Program Chair for the conference, and his Program and Abstract Review Committee, in preparing a wonderful line up of invited speakers and exciting podium and poster presentations.  We are looking forward to another great meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona and hope you enjoy the conference to the fullest! Be sure to visit the AAS website, to view the full conference program and podium and poster abstracts.

While viewing the conference information, you may notice some changes to the appearance of the AAS website. The new responsive design will adapt to the device you are using to allow for better presentation of content on your computer, tablet, or phone. I would like to thank the AAS Communications Committee, chaired by Kelly Tremblay, for leading the efforts to improve our website.

Konstantina Stankovic, MD, PhD
AAS President

2015 Conference Program
The American Auditory Society's 42nd Annual Scientific & Technology Conference will be held March 5 - 7, 2015 at the Chaparral Suites in Scottsdale, Arizona.  The Conference offers translational research presentations, platform papers, special sessions, poster sessions, technology updates, the Carhart Memorial Lecture,
and a Life Achievement Award. View the final program for more details. Podium and poster presentation abstracts are also available through the AAS website.