Cochlear TECH Talks For Professionals

Since launching the world's first cochlear implant system more than 30 years ago, Cochlear Limited and its U.S. headquarters have brought the miracle of sound with its entire product portfolio to more than 450,000 hearing-impaired individuals across the globe. The result is the most chosen, most trusted cochlear implant system in the world.1,2


Introducing TECH Talks

TECH Talks are an educational video series, designed to inspire and inform Cochlear’s professional partners.  Hear the very latest from experts in the field of implantable hearing solutions when you click on any one of the videos below.

I Want You to Hear
Counseling Videos

Candid personal interviews that you can share with your patients as they consider Cochlear™ Nucleus® cochlear implants.

Together we can make a difference {1:37}

How many people worldwide suffer from debilitating hearing loss?
Learn more by watching this short video.


Dr. Jace Wolfe, a leading expert in wireless technologies, shares his data insights in “Beyond Quiet” where he makes a case for superior cochlear implant recipient performance in noisy environments through the use of wireless technologies.

Dr. Gifford, a pioneer in electro-acoustic fitting, joined our inaugural Cochlear TECH Talk Series to share her views on how the Cochlear™ Nucleus® Hybrid L24 Implant is transforming hearing healthcare.


Dr. Roland has been an integral part of the design, development and validation of some of the most innovative cochlear implant electrode arrays.

Join Auditory Research Scientist, Dr. Christopher Long, to learn more about how and why neural proximity and perimodiolar implant designs may be important to future sound-coding strategies.


George Cire, an expert in Baha hearing implants, shares his insights into the design, development and fitting of Cochlear’s Baha Power and SuperPower technology.

Chris Smith CEO and President of Cochlear {1:02}

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) hearing loss is a significant global health issue affecting roughly 5% of the world’s population.



  1. Cochlear Annual Report, 2016 August [Internet: pdf document]. 2016 August [cited 2017 May 1].
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  3. 2017 Cochlear™ Nucleus ® Implant Reliability Report, Volume 15, January 2017 [cited 30 May 2017]