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In September 2024, Paris will host the 36th World Congress of Audiology. Half a century, almost to the day, after the edition organized in 1974 by Professor Paul Pialoux, the French Society of Audiology, with the support of the French ENT Society, will bring back the prestigious event to France. In a capital city elevated by the coming Olympic Games, our ambition is to invite audiologists from all over the world to attend a cutting-edge conference where diagnostic and therapeutic innovation, personalized medicine and translational research will definitely be in the spotlight.

Program focus :

  • Aging & Cognition
  • Amplification & Hearing Aid Fitting
  • Auditory & Vestibular Implants
  • Basic Sciences
  • e-Health
  • Electrophysiology
  • Education Programs
  • Functional Imaging
  • Genetics
  • Global Outreach
  • Innovative Therapies
  • Safe Listening
  • Screening & Testing
  • Speech & Language Disorders
  • Tinnitus & Hyperacusis
  • Vertigo & Balance Disorders

We look forward to welcoming you from September 19 to 22, 2024 in Paris.
On behalf of the organizing committee,

Prof. Hung THAI-VAN, MD-PhD
Congress President

Registration open in



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