Mathieu Hotton (Ph.D.) works as a clinical advisor for audiology and speech-language pathology at the Centre Intégré universitaire en santé et services sociaux (CIUSSS) de la Capitale-Nationale, located in Québec City. He holds a master’s degree in audiology from the Université de Montréal and a Ph.D. degree in experimental medicine from the Université Laval. He is presently pursuing a postdoctoral fellowship with Pr. Jean-Pierre Gagné at the Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal. He is also an adjunct professor at the Université Laval (Rehabilitation Department). Mr. Hotton is a clinical researcher primarily interested in the application and effectiveness of new technologies and rehabilitation approaches for hearing-impaired people. During his doctoral training, he worked on the effectiveness of frequency-lowering hearing aids and electric acoustic stimulation cochlear implants for adults with a severe-to-profound high-frequency hearing loss. His current postdoctoral research focuses on the patient’s needs assessment in audiology.