SURGICAL APPROACHES TO IMPROVING EAR HEALTH AND HEARING
Grant number: 1078673 | Funding period: 2015 - 2019
My vision is to advance ear and hearing health all Australians across three areas. The first is to ensure that patients receiving hearing-restoration operations with cochlear prostheses today have ears that will be ready to receive tomorrows molecular therapies. The second is a clinical trial to establish how best to treat Indigenous children burdened with otitis media and hearing loss. The third seeks to improve the quality of training in ear surgery through simulation.
Related publications (4)
Cochlear microphonic latency predicts outer hair cell function in animal models and clinical populations
Christofer Bester, Stefan Weder, Aaron Collins, Adrian Dragovic, Kate Brody, Amy Hampson, Stephen O'Leary
As recently reported, electrocochleography recorded in cochlear implant recipients showed reduced amplitude and shorter latency in..
Nanomechanical mapping reveals localized stiffening of the basilar membrane after cochlear implantation
Jessica K Choong, Amy J Hampson, Kate M Brody, Jonathon Lo, Christofer W Bester, Anthony W Gummer, Nicholas P Reynolds, Stephen J O'Leary
Cochlear implantation leads to many structural changes within the cochlea which can impair residual hearing. In patients with pres..
Intraoperative force and electrocochleography measurements in an animal model of cochlear implantation
J Lo, C Bester, A Collins, C Newbold, A Hampson, S Chambers, H Eastwood, S O'Leary
To preserve residual hearing, techniques for monitoring and reducing the effects of trauma during cochlear implant surgery are bei..
Characterizing Electrocochleography in Cochlear Implant Recipients with Residual Low-Frequency Hearing
Christopher W Bester, Luke Campbell, Adrian Dragovic, Aaron Collins, Stephen J O'Leary
Objective: Lay the groundwork for using electrocochleography (ECochG) as a measure of cochlear health, by characterizing typical p..