Sign Up for Our Newsletter
 
Home > RESEARCHING HEARING LOSS > FOR RESEARCHERS
 
FOR RESEARCHERS
 
Help us make hearing loss a thing of the past. Read more
 
 
 
UNDER-RESEARCHED AREAS OF FOCUS
Over the years, several areas of science have been under-researched and under-represented through traditional funding mechanisms.  To encourage additional research in these areas, we have defined four Under-Researched Areas of Focus in an effort to continually move the field forward. Learn more about the areas and how to apply for a project in one of these areas.
POLICY ON EMERGING RESEARCH GRANTS
Please review the Policy in detail if you are a researcher interested in applying to the Emerging Research Grants program.  Hearing Health Foundation awards grants once a year for the project period of July 1- June 30. Read our Policy and for any Policy questions please contact grants@hhf.org.
 
 
GRANT APPLICATIONS
Emerging Research Grants
The Letter of Intent (LOI) period for 2015 Emerging Research Grant cycle is now open.  To submit a Letter of Intent, you must download and read the instructions guide found here. Applicants who do not follow instructions will not be considered.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MEET THE RESEARCHERS
Shikha Tarang, Ph.D.Creighton Univ. School of Dentistery 
Dr. Tarang received her graduate training in Immunology at the Banaras Hindu University, India. Her research interests include Hair Cell Regeneration; Hearing Loss; Noise-Induced Hearing Loss; Ototoxicity. Her long term research goal is to develop therapeutic interventions to prevent hearing loss and restore lost hearing. To this date, no pharmaceutical drugs have been effective in restoring auditory function after HCs are lost. This fact fuels our continuous search for alternative strategies to prevent and treat hearing loss.
 
 
 
 
 
 
HEARING HEALTH FOUNDATION • 363 Seventh Avenue, 10th Floor • New York, NY 10001-3904 • (212) 257-6140 • (866) 454-3924 • info@hhf.org
Terms of Service | Privacy Policy • ©2014 Hearing Health Foundation. All rights reserved.