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2021 AHRF Grant Recipients

Suhrud Rajguru, PhD

University of Miami

Combinatorial therapy for preventing noise-induced cochlear synaptopathy and hearing loss

Mostafa Ahmed, MD

Carl R Darnall Army Medical Center

Mitigating Noise-Induced Inflammatory Responses in the Inner Ear

Christopher Mularczyk, MD

University of Illinois at Chicago

Temporal and Spectral Manipulation and Vocal Pitch Perception in Cochlear Implant Users

Justine Renauld, PhD

Case Western Reserve University

Understanding the role of pigmented cells in Meniere’s disease

Kathleen T. Yee, PhD

University of Mississippi Medical Center

Effects of mild traumatic brain injury on the mammalian cochlea

Bob Kane, PhD

Baylor University

Mitigating Noise-Induced Inflammatory Responses in the Inner Ear

Jennifer Krizman, PhD

Northwestern University

Identifying the auditory mechanisms supporting speech-in-noise and accented-speech recognition in middle-aged listeners with and without sensorineural hearing loss

Dwayne Simmons, PhD

Baylor University

Mitigating Noise-Induced Inflammatory Responses in the Inner Ear

Terrin Tamati, PhD

The Ohio State University

Investigating the Impact of Social Networks on Speech Recognition Outcomes and Quality of Life in Adults with Cochlear Implants – A Study Using an Online Testing Protocol

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