MÉNIÈRE'S DISEASE GRANTS
Through the newly established Ménière's Disease Grants (MDG) program, Hearing Health Foundation (HHF) funds research focused on advancing our understanding of Ménière's disease, the inner ear and balance disorder. This research will significantly advance our understanding of disease mechanisms, or diagnosis and treatment, of Ménière's disease.
The MDG program is a collaborative and highly competitive program. Our intent is to fundresearchers and bring experts together to share their work and ideas for new projects.
Ménière’s disease is a chronic vestibular (inner ear) disorder. The inner ear influences both hearing and balance. It is named for the French doctor Prosper Ménière, who, in 1861, first identified and described the symptoms of the medical condition that now bears his name. These symptoms include fluctuating hearing loss, episodic vertigo, a sensation of ear fullness, and tinnitus.
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MÉNIÈRE'S DISEASE ADVISORY BOARD
The governing body of MDG is the Ménière’s Disease Advisory Board (MDAB), comprised of senior researchers and physicians throughout the country who review each application for scientific merit and program relevance.
Robert Dobie, M.D., Head of Ménière’s Disease Advisory Board
Otology and Neurotology
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Col. John Dillard, U.S. Army (Ret)
Graduate School of Business and Public Policy & Department of Systems Engineering
U.S. Naval Postgraduate School
David S. Haynes, M.D.
Professor of Otolaryngology, Neurosurgery and Hearing and Speech Sciences
Neurotology Division/Fellowship Program/Cochlear Implant Program Director
The Otology Group of Vanderbilt
Elizabeth Keithley, Ph.D.
Dept. of Surgery and Otolaryngology
University of California at San Diego
Anil K. Lalwani, M.D.
Professor and Vice Chair for Research
Director, Division of Otology, Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery
Director, Columbia Cochlear Implant Center
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Steven D. Rauch, M.D.
Vice Chair of Clinical Research, Department of Otolaryngology, Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Balance and Vestibular Center
Jay Rubenstein, M.D., Ph.D.
Suregeon, Head and Neck Surgery Center
Director, Bloedel Hearing Research Center
Professor, Head and Neck Surgery and Bioengineering
University of Washington Medical Center
Allen F. Ryan, Ph.D.
Professor of Surgery
Otolaryngology & Neurosciences
University of California, San Diego
Robert V. Shannon, Ph.D.
University of Southern California Biomedical Engineering