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  • Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss |
    Research Permalink Grillet Lab Website Launched The new Grillet Lab website was recently launched As you might remember Nicolas Grillet is a recent addition to the SICHL team He came from the Scripps Institute and has established his lab here at Stanford to study the genetics of hearing and vestibular impairment and the function of hair Kate Morris October 7 2014 Updates Permalink SICHL Newsletter Sept 2014 The recent newsletter from SICHL included all the latest news from recently published papers to event and new lab websites Click through on the image above to read the September edition To subscribe to upcoming newsletters click here Kate Morris October 7 2014 Newsletter Permalink Paper from Oghalai Lab Role of Supporting Cells in Frequency Sharpening A recent paper by the Oghalai Lab published in the Journal of Neurophysiology Vibration of the organ of Corti within the cochlear apex in mice changes the understanding of how the sharpening of frequency tuning occurs When asked to give a brief summary of the paper Dr Oghalai explained In this Kate Morris September 29 2014 Publications Research Permalink Read all Articles First time here Watch this video Research Find out more about hearing loss research at

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  • The SICHL Blog | Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss
    Cheng Lab and the School of Engineering The paper illustrates a novel culture method to maintain the 3D structure of the cochlea As Dr Cheng describes The use of organ Grillet Lab Website Launched Kate Morris October 7 2014 Updates Permalink The new Grillet Lab website was recently launched As you might remember Nicolas Grillet is a recent addition to the SICHL team He came from the Scripps Institute and has established his lab here at Stanford to study the genetics of hearing and vestibular impairment and the function of hair SICHL Newsletter Sept 2014 Kate Morris October 7 2014 Newsletter Permalink The recent newsletter from SICHL included all the latest news from recently published papers to event and new lab websites Click through on the image above to read the September edition To subscribe to upcoming newsletters click here Paper from Oghalai Lab Role of Supporting Cells in Frequency Sharpening Kate Morris September 29 2014 Publications Research Permalink A recent paper by the Oghalai Lab published in the Journal of Neurophysiology Vibration of the organ of Corti within the cochlear apex in mice changes the understanding of how the sharpening of frequency tuning occurs When asked to give a

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  • Research | Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss
    approaches show the most pragmatic and workable solution Progress will be achieved through partnerships and collaboration coupled with breakthrough science and brilliant problem solving The back and forth dynamic of translational medicine has one concentrated focus to find a way to cure and prevent hearing loss Success will be determined by our ability to attract and retain the best and the brightest researchers and to ensure a collaborative environment that includes adequate space and essential resources Research Team The Initiative is led by 10 world class researchers at the Stanford School of Medicine Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Department Stefan Heller PhD Professor Kay Chang MD Associate Professor Anthony Ricci PhD Professor John S Oghalai MD Associate Professor Nickolas H Blevins MD Professor Robert Jackler MD Sewell Professor and Chair Mirna Mustapha PhD Assistant Professor Sunil Puria PhD Consulting Professor Alan G Cheng MD Assistant Professor Gerald Popelka PhD Consulting Professor The Stanford Advantage a Network of Collaboration S tanford University Medical Center has a long tradition of leadership in discovery innovation and creative research Its world class hospitals dedicated to adult and pediatric care and its close proximity to allied programs throughout the university including biology physics engineering and computer science allows investigators to interact and collaborate participating in multidisciplinary programs with the potential for outside the box solutions that will lead to new therapies technologies and innovations By sustaining a research culture that encourages translational medicine a close interrelationship between basic science investigators and the surgeons and physicians working directly with patients Stanford continues to lay the groundwork for previously unimagined ways to treat and prevent disease SICHL expands on this environment of collaboration by strengthening an already well established network of more than 50 scientists engineers and staff working to bridge the gap between scientific research and

    Original URL path: https://hearinglosscure.stanford.edu/research/ (2014-10-24)
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  • Information Gallery | Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss
    Us Almost 50 of American seniors experience some form of hearing impairment SICHL by Dr Robert Jackler Two out of every 1 000 babies in the United States are born deaf or hard of hearing SICHL Brochure Earlier Posts About Our Mission Our Research Research Team Make a Gift Contact Us Resources The SICHL Blog SICHL Brochure Information Gallery Research Publications Our Organizations Stanford Otolaryngology Head Neck Surgery Stanford School

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  • Make a Gift | Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss
    Education Material 50 DNA Chambers 3 500 Micromanipulator 8 000 Cell Analyzer 50 000 Reagents 100 Cell Counter 5 000 Arrays 10 000 Innovation Fund 30 000 Tune Up 1 500 Cell Chambers 5 000 Gel Analyzer 18 000 Novel Synthesis 20 000 Have a question Want to make a different type of gift or a larger contribution Our Medical Development staff would be happy to assist you call us

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  • Contact Us | Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss
    contact Initiative Coordinator Kate Morris Robert K Jackler MD Department Chair Otolaryngology Head Neck Surgery Department Stefan Heller PhD Laboratory Chief Email Dr Heller Phone 650 721 1032 Kate Morris Initiative Coordinator Email Kate Morris Stanford Office of Medical Development Email Medical Development Phone 650 725 2504 About Our Mission Our Research Research Team Make a Gift Contact Us Resources The SICHL Blog SICHL Brochure Information Gallery Research Publications Our

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  • Novel Culture Method to Maintain the 3D Structure of the Cochlea | Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss
    hair cells function degenerate and regenerate Such a culture preparation has also facilitated the testing of ototoxic and oto protective compounds in a relatively cost effective manner before moving on to more labor intensive whole animal experiments While the cochlea is known to be a 3 dimesional structure it loses this architecture and becomes more distorted after being placed in culture In this study resident physician David Chang from the Cheng lab collaborated with the Dr Sarah Heilshorn from the School of Engineering to design a protein hydrogel material that can house the cochlea while in culture This novel culture environment not only allowed nutrients to diffuse in to keep the cochlea alive for a few days but also preserved the in situ structure of the cochlea and also some basic function of the hair cells We hope to incorporate this technique in future studies of the cochlea Alan Cheng Hearing Loss Research Stanford School of Engineering stanford school of medicine Did you like this article Share it with your friends Tweet Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes

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  • Kate Morris | Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss
    Cheng describes The use of organ Kate Morris October 16 2014 Publications Research Permalink Grillet Lab Website Launched The new Grillet Lab website was recently launched As you might remember Nicolas Grillet is a recent addition to the SICHL team He came from the Scripps Institute and has established his lab here at Stanford to study the genetics of hearing and vestibular impairment and the function of hair Kate Morris October 7 2014 Updates Permalink SICHL Newsletter Sept 2014 The recent newsletter from SICHL included all the latest news from recently published papers to event and new lab websites Click through on the image above to read the September edition To subscribe to upcoming newsletters click here Kate Morris October 7 2014 Newsletter Permalink Paper from Oghalai Lab Role of Supporting Cells in Frequency Sharpening A recent paper by the Oghalai Lab published in the Journal of Neurophysiology Vibration of the organ of Corti within the cochlear apex in mice changes the understanding of how the sharpening of frequency tuning occurs When asked to give a brief summary of the paper Dr Oghalai explained In this Kate Morris September 29 2014 Publications Research Permalink Earlier Posts First time here Watch

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