AHRF Researcher Helps Ramp Up Hair Cell Production

Kelvin Kwan, PhD, Instructor in Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School, Boston, has been investigating ways to create large amounts of hair cells needed for research and cell-based therapies. One of the challenges in hair cell research is the difficulty in…

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AHRF Funds Six Projects for 2010

For 2010, the American Hearing Research Foundation will be funding six grants. This year, we received the highest number of grant proposals in our history—41 proposals in all. The following grants will begin on January 1, 2010, and will be…

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AHRF Funded Research 2009

2009 Research Grants Awarded Lawrence Lustig, MD, “The role of synucleins in the mammalian cochlea” University of California at San Francisco Takako Kondo, PhD, “A novel stem cell replacement therapy for damaged spiral ganglion neurons” Indiana University School of Medicine,…

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An Update from 2009 AHRF Grant Recipient Lisa Potts, PhD

Lisa Potts, PhD, research instructor in the Department of Otolaryngology and Instructor for the Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences at Washington University School of Medicine, has been studying how sound is processed by the hearing nerve. She recently completed…

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AHRF Funded Research 2008

American Hearing Research Foundation Selects 5 Research Projects to Fund for 2008 On October 16, 2007, the American Hearing Research Foundation Research Committee selected five research projects from more than 30 submitted this year, to fund in 2008. “This year…

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