The SICHL Blog 2017-04-19T13:43:19+00:00

    Hair cell force generation does not amplify or tune vibrations within the chicken basilar papilla

    Nature Communications recently published a paper by the Oghalai Lab, which gives a new understanding to the mechanisms of the inner ear hair cells of a live chicken. As Dr. Oghalai explains to Tracie White

    By | November 2nd, 2016|Categories: Publications, Research, Updates|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Hair cell force generation does not amplify or tune vibrations within the chicken basilar papilla

    Updates from the Ricci Lab

    Below, Anthony Ricci, PhD gives us a detailed overview of the exciting areas of research that his team is currently working on, as well as an update on publications and lab members. By Anthony Ricci, PhD

    By | October 28th, 2016|Categories: Publications, Research, Updates|Tags: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Updates from the Ricci Lab

    New Paper: Two-Dimensional Cochlear Micromechanics Measured In Vivo Demonstrate Radial Tuning within the Mouse Organ of Corti

    A  recent paper, by Dr. Oghalai, was published in The Journal of Neuroscience. In, Two-Dimensional Cochlear Micromechanics Measured In Vivo Demonstrated Radial Turning within the Mouse Organ of Corti, the Oghalai Lab has discovered another part of

    By | September 30th, 2016|Categories: Publications, Research|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on New Paper: Two-Dimensional Cochlear Micromechanics Measured In Vivo Demonstrate Radial Tuning within the Mouse Organ of Corti

    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

    By | September 29th, 2016|Categories: Updates|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on The best ways to cope with a noisy office

    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

    By | September 13th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Publications, Research|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on Life in the Lab: Megan Ealy on New Work in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences