Aalborg University Hospital
Anne Wolff earned a degree in Master of Science in Medicine at Aarhus University in 2012. Efter finishing her basic hospital training in 2014 she begun her specialist training to become a otorhinolaryngologist. During her university studies she has carried out research in cardiologi and resuscitation. Together with her specialist training she has done research in middle ear pressure regulation and a oto-operational technic.
Currently she has a 3-years leave of absecense from her specialist training and is employed as a clinical assistant at the Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Aalborg Hospital and is enrolled as a PhD student at Aalborg University and working on the BEAR project.
BEAR: A status on population characteristics of hearing-aid users obtained from the database Conference
ISAAR 2017 Adaptive Processes in Hearing, (P.20), 2017.
National Better hEAring Rehabilitation (BEAR) project: A status on the database with special focus on patients’ motivation on hearing aid treatment Conference
ISAAR 2017 Adaptive Processes in Hearing, (P.55), 2017.