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Journey Into the Dead Zone, with Brian C.J. Moore, PhD

This "oldie but goodie" podcast features an introduction to cochlear dead zones by perhaps the world’s foremost authority on the subject. Dr Moore describes how these regions might be created, possible tell-tale signs and tip-offs for presenting in a patient, and their implications for treatment of hearing loss and hearing aid fittings.

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Auditory, Speech Processing May Occur in Parallel

After years of research, neuroscientists have discovered a new pathway in the human brain that processes the sounds of language. The findings, reported August 18 in the journal “Cell,” suggest that auditory and speech processing occur in parallel, contradicting a long-held theory that the brain processed acoustic information then transformed it into linguistic information.

CILcare Partners with Vertidiag on Vestibular Solutions

Vertidiag is said to have developed a technical platform to induce controlled vestibular disorders and to measure their functional impacts. This platform uses behavioral pharmacology, along with a battery of cellular and molecular biology tools that support the understanding of the mechanisms of action of potential drug candidates.

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