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2018 AHRF Grant Recipients

David C. Martinelli, PhD

University of Connecticut

Determination of the auditory function of the outer hair cell afferent synapses in the mammalian cochlea

Tobias Overath, PhD

Duke University

Optimizing cochlear implant sound processor configurations via neural response properties to improve speech comprehension

Spencer B. Smith, PhD, AuD

Northwestern University

Investigating the relationship between binaural hearing and speech-in-noise performance in middle-aged listeners

Michael Murias, PhD

Duke University

Optimizing cochlear implant sound processor configurations via neural response properties to improve speech comprehension

Anna Lysakowski, PhD

University of Illinois at Chicago

Understanding Genetic Heterogeneity in Familial Meniere's Disease

Josh Stohl, PhD

MED-EL Corporation, Duke University

Optimizing cochlear implant sound processor configurations via neural response properties to improve speech comprehension

Isabelle Schrauwen, PhD

Baylor College of Medicine, Houston

Identification of genes for non-syndromic rare congenital inner ear malformations in children

Jessy Alexander, PhD

State University of New York at Buffalo

Complement, hearing loss and lupus

Simon I. Angeli, MD

University of Miami

High-resolution contrast-enhanced microendoscopy in cholesteatoma surgery: safety, efficacy and feasibility

Jennifer Tufts, PhD, CCC-A

University of Connecticut

Biological indices of noise exposure in the clinically-normal ear

Leslie M. Collins, PhD

Duke University

Optimizing cochlear implant sound processor configurations via neural response properties to improve speech comprehension

Erika Skoe, PhD

University of Connecticut

Biological indices of noise exposure in the clinically-normal ear

Christina Runge, PhD

Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Development of in-house genetic screening for pediatric hearing loss

Michael M. Ebeid, MBBCh, PhD

University of Nebraska

Mechanism of FGF signaling in regulating mouse cochlear progenitor proliferation

Karl Doerfer, MD

Medical College of Wisconsin

Development of in-house genetic screening for pediatric hearing loss

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