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The Raible Lab collaborates on studies concerning hair cell regeneration. More >>
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The research programs in Rubelab endeavor to understand cellular processes underlying the development of information processing in the auditory system. Anatomical, physiological, and acoustical methods are used to examine development of cellular mechanisms underlying acoustic signal processing by the inner ear. More >>
Research in the Tempel lab uses mice to study the genes that cause hearing loss. The specializations that allow auditory transduction in the cochlea and the demand for fast and precise signaling into the brain are the likely reasons why there are such a large number of different genes, mutations in which cause hearing loss. More >>
Dr. Rubinstein's lab explores cochlear implant signal processing to develop and improve implantable devices that combat the effects of hearing loss and disequalibrium. More >>

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VIRGINIA MERRILL BLOEDEL HEARING RESEARCH CENTER

University of Washington, Box 357923, CHDD Building, CD176 Seattle, WA 98195-7923, Phone 206.685.2962, FAX 206.616.1828, bloedel@u.washington.edu