Latest Cochlear nerve Stories
Researchers at UNSW Australia have for the first time used electrical pulses delivered from a cochlear implant to deliver gene therapy, thereby successfully regrowing auditory nerves.
A group of researchers from the United Kingdom who worked with deaf gerbils were recently able to give the animals the ability to hear again. The study is the first of its kind to replace damaged nerve cells with stem cells.
Ask the average person the street how the brain develops, and they'll likely tell you that the brain's wiring is built as newborns first begin to experience the world.
The brain receives information from the ear in a surprisingly orderly fashion.
We all know that it can take a little while for our hearing to bounce back after listening to our iPods too loud or attending a raucous concert.
Nancy Young, MD, founder and medical director of Children's Memorial Hospitalâ€™s cochlear implant program, is one of a handful of specialists nationwide to have performed her 1000th cochlear implant on a child.
Profoundly deaf children with cochlear implants to help them to hear rate their quality of life equal to their normal-hearing peers
Company Announces 2009 Graeme Clark Scholarship Winners DENVER, March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Cochlear Americas, the world's leader in advanced hearing technologies, today announced the winners of the 2009 Graeme Clark Scholarship awards.
Event Marks World's Largest Gathering of Cochlear Implant Recipients DENVER, March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Cochlear Americas, the world's leader in advanced hearing technologies, brings together cochlear implant recipients and their families for the third Cochlear Celebration on March 26-29 in Anaheim, California.
Scientists in Oregon have discovered that gene therapy may be able to restore working hair cells that are essential for the inner ear to interpret sounds.
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