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Yusuke Hayashi Accepts new position as Assistant Scientist

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

photograph of Yusuke Hayashi

Yuske Hayashi

"Following a national search, we are pleased to announce that Yusuke has joined the Life Span Institute at Parsons as an Assistant Scientist. He has quickly reinforced our decision by being a part of a team in securing a new and exciting project," Dave Lindeman, Ph.D. , Life Span Institute at Parsons Director said. The new grant award titled, Phase 1, Improving outcomes for young children with hearing impairment and other disabilities: Technology for audiometric assessment, starts this fall at the Parsons Research Center with Kate Saunders, Ph.D., Dean Williams, Ph.D., Dr. Hayashi and Kat Stremel-Thomas, M.A., consultant.



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