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Katherine Shim, PhD Joins AHRF Research Committee

Katherine Shim, PhD, assistant professor in the department of Otolaryngology & Communications Sciences at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, has joined the AHRS’s Research Committee. Dr. Shim will take part in helping to select which research projects the AHRF…

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AHRF Funded Research 2007

AHRF Awards Five $20,000 Research Grants For 2007 The American Hearing Research Foundation has selected five researchers to receive one-year, $20,000 grants for 2007. The recipients, from universities around the nation, will investigate hearing and hearing disorders. Research ranges from…

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February 27, 2009

Vitamins May Prevent Noise Induced Hearing Loss. Researchers previously funded by the American Hearing Research Foundation are getting closer to developing a blend of antioxidant vitamins that could treat and prevent acute noise-induced hearing loss. Visit Website

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High Doses of Antioxidants May help Prevent Hearing Loss

Colleen Le Prell, Ph.D., of the University of Michigan’s Kresge Hearing Research Institute, has found that high doses of certain antioxidants reduces noise-induced hearing loss in animals when taken both before and after loud noise. Dr. Le Prell was supported…

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August 27, 2002

Of Mice And Men: Deaf Mouse Leads Scientists To New Human Hearing Loss Gene. Study funded by the American Hearing Research Foundation. Visit Website

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July 1, 1980

Acoustic Reflex Latency Test in the Evaluation of Nontumor Patients with Abnormal Brainstem Latencies. Study funded by the American Hearing Research Foundation. Visit Website

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