The best ways to cope with a noisy office

    Rachel Becker reports, for The Verge, on her quest to cancel out distracting office noise in the safest and most effective way. She interviews SICHL's Dr. Oghalai and Anthony Ricci, PhD, on their thoughts on

    Life in the Lab: Megan Ealy on New Work in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

    Below, Megan Ealy discusses the recently published paper, "Single-cell analysis delineates a trajectory toward the human early otic lineage", in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. We recently published our work on human

    Functional Neuroimaging of Speech Perception in Cochlear Implant Recipients

    On July 3rd Dr. Oghalai had the honor of speaking at the 2016 Research Symposium, as part of the Alexander Graham Bell 2016 Convention. Dr. Oghalai was joined by other notable researchers in the field

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    June 2016 Update from the Heller Lab

    Below is a recent blog post by Stefan Heller which was originally posted on the Heller Lab website..   2016 has been fairly good to us thus far. ¬†Our new NIH grant received a competitive

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    Los Altos toddler discovers sound through cochlear implants

    The Los Altos Town Crier recently reported on the Su family, and their young daughter Natalie's journey with hearing loss and cochlear implantation. Natalie is a patient of SICHL's Dr. Kay Chang, who performed her surgery

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