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2023 AHRF Grant Recipients

Kamal Sen, PhD

Boston University

Investigating Auditory Scene Analysis in Humans with Wearable fNIRS and EEG

Virginia Best, PhD

Boston University

Investigating Auditory Scene Analysis in Humans with Wearable fNIRS and EEG

Jordan Varghese, MD

Washington University in St. Louis

Transtympanic electrocochleography: Characterizing residual cochlear function in sudden sensorineural hearing loss to better predict outcomes

Colin Johnson, PhD

Oregon State University

Characterization of the deafness-associated hair cell protein otoferlin

Laura Lewis, PhD

Boston University

Investigating Auditory Scene Analysis in Humans with Wearable fNIRS and EEG

Nurunisa Akyuz, PhD

Harvard Medical School

A Structural Basis for Calcium Regulation of TMC1 Gating

Lendra Friesen, PhD, CCC-A

University of Connecticut

Development of information-theoretic approach for the analysis of auditory evoked potentials: quantifying the effects of age, disease, and congenital conditions at the midbrain and cortex

David Boas, PhD

Boston University

Investigating Auditory Scene Analysis in Humans with Wearable fNIRS and EEG

Melissa Ghulam-Smith, MD, PhD

University of Miami

Vestibular functional and histological changes in a blast induced-mTBI rat model

Parveen Bazard, PhD

University of South Florida

Developing Novel Therapeutic Interventions for Age-related Hearing Loss

Anoop Basavanahalli Jagadeesh, PhD

Northwestern University

Neural basis of music perception in individuals with hearing loss

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