Planning Your Move – Office of Intramural Training & Education at the National Institutes of

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Our unique methodology, The Wilson Method, is backed by a 90-day free trial and ensures our patients are provided with the best fitting solution for their unique hearing loss and anatomy. For example, a doctor may improperly diagnose, treat or medicate outside the standard of medical care. The primary goal of the CAUD program in Audiology is to provide knowledge and promote advanced competencies in the assessment, prevention, and habilitation/rehabilitation of disorders of hearing and vestibular function. If you are moving to Maryland (including the Bethesda, Frederick, and Baltimore campuses) or the DC area, the OITE Moving Guide can help with your transition. The moving guide contains information on a variety of topics to help you quickly settle into your new community. When you visit us, rest assured you’ll receive individualized care in state-of-the-art offices backed by three decades of expertise. Tinnitus can also be caused by natural hearing impairment (as in aging), as a side-effect of some medications, and as a side-effect of genetic (congenital) hearing loss.

Tinnitus is the name of a ringing or buzzing in the head. Authors: Douglas E. OITE-GRADS: for NIH trainees conducting their dissertation research at the NIH, including students in formal institutional partnerships and students who have established individual agreements. NOTE: all graduate students at the NIH are automatically members of the NIH Graduate Partnerships Program (GPP). OITE-POSTDOCS: For all postdoctoral fellows at NIH, including Postdoctoral IRTA/CRTAs, Visiting Fellows, Clinical and Research Fellows, and UGSP Payback Scholars who have completed advanced degrees . Other sources of valuable information are the NIH Inter-Institute Scientific Interests Groups, which will link you with scientists in your discipline across the NIH and the NIH Calendar of Events (better known as the Yellow Sheet). The latter provides the option of signing up to receive a daily e-mail announcing seminars, symposia, and special events for NIH scientists.

Godfrey, Au.D. We invite you to join our NIH Intramural Science LinkedIn group. Approximately 1 ½ mile turn left into the Odenton Health & Technology Campus located behind the McDonalds. Visit our Career Services Center to learn more about using LinkedIn effectively. Your research supervisors will help you identify orientations and training programs you must complete to be a trainee at the NIH. In addition to these scientific and Institute-specific orientations, we encourage all trainees to attend an OITE orientation. Denise Zawitoski, Au.D., FAAA, CCC/A Staff Audiologist Denise Zawitoski received her Bachelor of Arts degree from West Virginia University, a Master of Arts degree from Ohio University and Doctorate of Audiology degree from University of Florida.

Dishon earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Loyola University Maryland in 2003 and her Doctor of Audiology degree from Towson University in 2007. We are located in the Conte Building II (same building as Maryland Primary Care) in the lower level, suite L100. You can find the dates of the next OITE orientations on the OITE Calendar of Events. OITE summer intern, postbac, graduate student, and postdoc/clinical fellow/research fellow handbooks are available online. You can pick up a hard copy of all but the summer handbook at an OITE orientation or at our offices in Building 2 (second floor).

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