Name: Ad Snik Private address: Middelweg 93, 6584 ag, Molenhoek



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Curriculum vitae

Name: Ad Snik

Private address: Middelweg 93, 6584 AG, Molenhoek

Date of birth: 10-11-1951

Working address: Department of Otorhinolaryngology,
Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre,
PO Box 9101, 6500 HB Nijmegen, the Netherlands

Education and degrees

1970-1976: Physics. University of Technology Eindhoven,

MSc: Feb. 1976

1976-1983 Eindhoven University, PhD project “Biolayers”

PhD: March 1983; title of the thesis: “Study of physical properties of monolayers”

1984-1988: Clinical Physicist Audiology, registered in March 1989



Employment

1983-1985: Lecturer HTS Utrecht, physics and electronical engineering

1985-1989: Clinical Audiologist, Audiological Centre Tilburg

1989-1998 Clinical physicist/audiologist, University Medical Centre Nijmegen, ENT department, Audiological centre

1998- Head of the Audiological Centre Nijmegen

2006- Professor in Audiology



Main research topics in the last years
Cochlear implantation

Bone anchored hearing aids and middle ear implants

Auditory evoked potentials

Central auditory processing


Paediatric audiology


Memberships

Membership societies

  • Dutch ENT society

  • Dutch society of Audiology (NVA)

  • Dutch society of clinical physicists (NVKF)

  • International Society of Audiology (ISA)

  • American Academy of Audiology (AAA)

  • Biomaterials club



Member Editorial Board:

Otology and Neurotology



Journal of Hearing Science




(Co)promoter, PhD studies


  • Mylanus E.A.M. Bone-anchored hearing aids. Clinical and audiological
    aspects.

  • Van der Pouw C.T.M. Bone-anchored hearing. Short and long-term
    results.

  • Makhdoum, M.J. Auditory performance of cochlear implant users.
    psychophysical and objective measurements.

  • Van den Borne, B. Cochlear implantation in children. Special reference
    to postmeningitic deafness.

  • Stollman M.H.P. Auditory processing in children, a study of the effect
    of age, hearing impairment and language impairment on auditory
    abilities in children.

  • Neijenhuis C.A.M. Auditory processing disorders. Development and
    evaluation of a test battery.

  • Beynon AJ. Electrically evoked auditory cortical event-related potentials
    in cochlear implants.

  • Hol M. Bone anchored hearing aid. Patients’ opinions and long-term
    results.

  • Van der Reijden C. Auditory steady state potentials.

  • Vermeulen A. Reading skills after cochlear implantation.

  • Damen C. Cochlear implantation and Quality of Life Assessment.

  • de Beer B. From child to adult. Otitis media in Nijmegen.

  • Rotteveel L. Cochlear implantation in compromised cochleae.

  • Kunst S. Bone anchored hearing; special applications.

  • Sparreboom M. Sequential bilateral cochlear implantation

  • Verhaegen V. Active implants in otology

  • Chiong C. Hearing screening in the Philippines

  • Dun, J. Bone conduction devices

  • Beyen JW. Bilateral hearing and cochlear implantation

  • De Wolf M. Bone-anchored hearing aid. Clinical outcomes and benefit assessment




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