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Research Unit of Oto Rhino Laryngology (Odense)


Teaching in three educations (bachelor and master)


  • Clinical Practice: Objective examination and practical procedures (B7)
  • Heart, Lung and Ear, Nose and Throat (K1)
  • Clinical Practice (K1)
  • The Digestive Tract, Nutrition and Metabolism (K3)
  • Prepare the student for the basic clinical training (K10) 


  • Introduction to Audiology
  • Mathematics for Audiologists
  • Anatomy and Physiology I-II
  • Medical Audiology I-III
  • Audiological Measurements I and Hearing Aid Treatment I
  • Hearing Aid Treatment II-III
  • Statistics
  • Project-oriented course I-II
  • Clinical Practice
  • Otomicroscopy and Videootoscopy in Clinical Practice
  • Psychoacustics
  • Cochlear Implant
  • Pediatric Audiology
  • Prophylactic Audiology
  • Advanced Audiological Measurement Methods
  • Advanced Hearing Aid Technology
  • Tinnitus and hyperacusis, Morbus Meniere: Investigation, graduation and teaching
  • Current Topics in Hearing Aid Research
  • Clinical Audiological Practice
  • Project-oriented course
  • Clinical Audiology in Zimbabwe


  • Anatomy and Physiology I-II
  • Medical Audiology
  • Voice Disorders
  • Tinnitus and hyperacusis
  • Investigation and treatment of voice, throat and pharynx diseases
Podcast: "How can one hear?"

"You hear something all the time! Your ears and brain take care of that for you, but how can one actually hear? How does the ear work? And where does earwax come from?". Associate professor Christian Brandt answers questions about the ear and hearing in this podcast.

Podcast: Radionauterne afsnit 92

Educational videos

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Last Updated 20.10.2023