The meeting

This meeting marks the opening of the Hearing Institute, a new Institut Pasteur center with the objective of promoting integrative approaches to auditory neuroscience and developing innovative diagnostic tools and curative treatments for hearing disabilities. 

The Hearing Institute

The Hearing Institute, a Center of the Institut Pasteur, created on the initiative of Fondation Pour l’Audition and Institut Pasteur, is an interdisciplinary fundamental and medical research center with the objective of promoting integrative approaches to auditory neuroscience and developing innovative diagnostic tools and curative treatments for hearing disabilities.


May-Britt Moser (NTNU, Norway)

Jean-Julien Aucouturier (IRCAM, Paris)
Karen Avraham (Tel Aviv Univ., Israël)
Volker Bormuth (Sorbonne Univ., Paris)
Steve Brown (MRC Harwell, UK)
David DiGregorio (Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Robert Fettiplace (Univ. of Wisconsin, USA)
Paul Fuchs (J. Hopkins Univ., USA)
Stefan Heller (Stanford Univ., USA)
Ingeborg Hochmair (MED-EL, Austria)
James Hudspeth (Rockefeller Univ., USA)
Andrew King (Oxford Univ., United Kingdom)
Charles Liberman (Harvard Univ, USA)
Brigitte Malgrange (Liège Univ., Belgium)
Pascal Martin (Institut Curie, Paris)
Tobias Moser (Uni-Goettingen, Germany)
Israel Nelken ( Hebrew Univ. of Jerusalem, Israël)
Nicolas Renier (ICM, Paris)
Botond Roska (IOB, Switzerland)
Shihab Shamma (ENS, Paris)
Carla Shatz (Stanford Univ., USA)
Christoph Schmidt-Hieber (Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Robert Zatorre (McGill Univ., Canada)
Fan-Gang Zeng (Univ. of California Irvine, USA)

Christine Petit (Institut Pasteur, Institut de l’Audition)
Luc Arnal (Institut Pasteur, Institut de l’Audition)
Brice Bathellier (Institut Pasteur, Institut de l’Audition)
Aziz El Amraoui (Institut Pasteur, Institut de l’Audition)
Yann Nguyen (Institut Pasteur, Institut de l’Audition)
Said Safieddine (Institut Pasteur, Institut de l’Audition)
Hung Thaï Van (Institut Pasteur, Institut de l’Audition)







15/06/2019 - Opening of the conference website.

14/08/2019 - Registration and abstract submission deadlines have been extended to 27/08/2019

05/09/2019 - The full program of the conference is available online from this link: Program


General program

The full program and abstract book of the conference can be found here: Abstract book

Poster sessions

Poster presentations are divided in two sessions: Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th

Session 1: Poster with ODD number will be presented on Monday 16th.

Session 2: Poster with EVEN number will be presented on Tuesday 17th.

Poster numbers can be found in our Abstract book.

Please hang your poster at the beginning of the day or in the first coffee break and remove it after the last afternoon coffee break


Online registration is closed. For late registrations, please contact ida2019@sciencesconf.org.


Posters will be selected based on submitted abstract. Abstract have to be sent before 27/08/2019 via the submission portal of our website. Abstracts have to count less than 300 words. 

To submit an abstract first log into Sciencesconf using the Login button on the bottom right of the banner. If you are not a Sciencesconf user, you will have to create a new account via the arrow to the right of the Login button. Then click on the Abstract submission menu and follow the instructions. We accept only poster submissions.

Poster boards are 100x165cm landscape format.


27/08/2019  Registration closes

27/08/2019  Abstract submission closes

16/09/2019  Opening of the conference

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