SPRING 2018 REFERENCES
Here are the references for the Spring 2018 issue of Hearing Health magazine.
- ALS Association Greater New York Chapter
- Dale, Alex. “ProQR Tackles Blindness Caused by a Rare Genetic Disease.” Labiotech, Feb. 13, 2018.
- Foundation Fighting Blindness.
- Globe Newswire. “Foundation Fighting Blindness Will Provide up to $7.5 Million in Funding to Develop ProQR’s Candidate QR-421a for Usher Syndrome Type 2A.” Feb. 12, 2018.
- Usher Syndrome Coalition.
- Usher Syndrome Society.
- Giorgianni, Anthony. “Best and Worst Charities for Your Donations.” Consumer Reports, Dec. 9, 2017.
- National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD).
1960 National Temporal Bone Banks Program:
1970s Cochlear implant technology:
William Dobelle, University of Utah:
- Deseret News (Utah). “William Dobelle, 62, Dies.” Oct. 16, 2004.
Richard A. Walloch, Oregon Health Sciences University:
Clark, Graeme. “Cochlear Implants: Fundamentals and Applications.” AIP Press/Springer-Verlag: New York, 2003.
John M. Fredrickson, University of Toronto:
- Fredrickson, John M. Implantable Electromagnetic Hearing Aid. U.S. Patents, July 18, 1972.
- Fredrickson, J.M.; Tomlinson, D.R.; Davis, E.R.; Odkvist, L.M. “Evaluation of an Electromagnetic Implantable Hearing Aid.” Canadian Journal of Otolaryngology, 1973.
- Chasin, Marshall. “Bone Anchored and Middle Ear Implant Hearing Aids.” Trends in Amplification, June 2002.
- Martin, Douglas. “Dr. William F. House, Inventor of Pioneering Ear-Implant Device, Dies at 89.” The New York Times, Dec. 15, 2012.
- Stark, Rachel. “Dr. William House, Creator of Cochlear Implant, Continues Working at 88 to Give Gift of Hearing.” The Oregonian, June 1, 2012.
1977 Outer hair cell motility:
- Brownell, William E. “Cochlear Transduction: an Integrative Model and Review.” Hearing Research, April 1982.
- Brownell, William E. “Outer Hair Cell Electromotility and Otoacoustic Emissions.” Ear and Hearing, April 1990.
1985 Tinnitus Registry Database:
Meikle, Mary B.; Vernon, Jack; Johnson, Robert M. “The Perceived Severity of Tinnitus: Some Observations Concerning a Large Population of Tinnitus Clinic Patients.” Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, January 1985.
1987 Chickens can spontaneously regenerate hair cells:
- Cotanche, Douglas A. “Regeneration of Hair Cell Stereociliary Bundles in the Chick Cochlea Following Severe Acoustic Trauma.” Hearing Research, February 1987.
- Cruz, R.M.; Lambert, P.R.; Rubel, E.W. “Light Microscopic Evidence of Hair Cell Regeneration After Gentamicin Toxicity in Chick Cochlea.” Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery, October 1987.
Late 1980s Hair cell research:
- Balak, K.J.; Corwin, J.T.; Jones, J.E. “Regenerated Hair Cells Can Originate From Supporting Cell Progeny: Evidence From Phototoxicity and Laser Ablation Experiments in the Lateral Line System.” Journal of Neuroscience, August 1990.
- Corwin, J.T.; Cotanche, D.A. “Regeneration of Sensory Hair Cells After Acoustic Trauma.” Science, June 24, 1988.
- Cotanche, D.A.; Henson, M.M.; Henson Jr., O.W. “Contractile Proteins in the Hyaline Cells of the Chicken Cochlea.” Journal of Comparative Neurology, Oct. 15, 1992.
- Girod, D.A.; Duckert, L.G.; Rubel, E.W. “Possible Precursors of Regenerated Hair Cells in the Avian Cochlea Following Acoustic Trauma.” Hearing Research, November 1989.
- Rubel, Edwin W.; Oesterle, Elizabeth C.; Weisleder, Pedro. “Hair Cell Regeneration in the Avian Inner Ear.” Novartis Foundation Symposium, Ciba Foundation, 1991.
- Ryals, B.M.; Rubel, E.W. “Hair Cell Regeneration After Acoustic Trauma in Adult Coturnix Quail.” Science, June 24, 1988.
- Salvi, R.J.; Saunders, S.S.; Hashino, E.; Chen, L. “Discharge Patterns of Chicken Cochlear Ganglion Neurons Following Kanamycin-Induced Hair Cell Loss and Regeneration.” Journal of Comparative Physiology, March 1994.
- Saunders, J.C.; Torsiglieri, A.J.; DeDio, R.M. “The Growth of Hearing Loss in Neonatal Chicks Exposed to Intense Pure Tones.” Hearing Research, September 1993.
- Tsue, Terance T.; Oesterle, Elizabeth C.; Rubel, Edwin W. “Diffusible Factors Regulate Hair Cell Regeneration in the Avian Inner Ear.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, February 1994.
2013 Neonatal mice:
Cox, B.C.; Chai, R.; Lenoir, A.; Liu, Z.; Zhang, L.; Nguyen, D.H.; Chalasani, K.; Steigelman, K.A.; Fang, J.; Rubel, E.W.; Cheng, A.G.; Zuo, J. “Spontaneous Hair Cell Regeneration in the Neonatal Mouse Cochlea In Vivo.” Development, February 2014.
2016 Otitis media:
- NIDCD. “Otitis Media.”
- NIDCD. “Quick Statistics About Hearing.”
- Santos-Cortez, Regie Lyn P., et al. “Rare A2ML1 Variants Confer Susceptibility to Otitis Media.” Nature Genetics, August 2015.
- Santos-Cortez, Regie Lyn P., et al. “Middle Ear Microbiome Differences in Indigenous Filipinos With Chronic Otitis Media Due to a Duplication in the A2ML1 Gene.” Infectious Diseases of Poverty, Nov. 1, 2016.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “Hearing Loss in Children: Data and Statistics.” July 21, 2017.
- Lin, Frank R. et al. “Hearing Loss Prevalence in the United States.” JAMA Internal Medicine. Nov. 14, 2011.
- U.S. Census Data.
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). “Loud Noise Dangers.”
- ASHA. “Who Should Be Screened?”
- CDC. “EHDI Program Update: CDC’s Progress in Detecting Infant Hearing Loss.”
- Chasin, Marshall. “The 80/90 Rule.” Hearing Health & Technology Matters, April 12, 2011.
- Chou, R.; Dana, T.; Bougatsos, C., et al. “Screening for Hearing Loss in Adults Ages 50 Years and Older: A Review of the Evidence for the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.” Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Evidence Synthesis, March 2011.
- Johns Hopkins Medicine. “Hearing Loss Linked to Three-Fold Risk of Falling.” Feb. 27, 2012.
- Lin, Frank R.; Ferrucci, Luigi. “Hearing Loss and Falls Among Older Adults in the United States.” Archives of Internal Medicine, Feb. 27, 2012.
- World Health Organization. “Deafness and Hearing Loss.” March 2018.
- Oticon. “Communication Is a Two-Way Street.”
- Schum, Donald J. “Intelligibility of Clear and Conversational Speech of Young and Elderly Talkers.” Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 1996.
- Schum, Donald J. “Making Speech More Distinct.” Audiology Online, March 10, 2014.
- Chowdhury, Sarwat, et al. ““Phenotypic Optimization of Urea-Thiophene Carboxamides to Yield Potent, Well Tolerated, and Orally Active Protective Agents Against Aminoglycoside-Induced Hearing Loss.” Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Oct. 9, 2017.
- Felix II, Richard A.; Gourevitch, Boris; Portfors, Christine V. “Subcortical Pathways: Toward a Better Understanding of Auditory Disorders.” Hearing Research, Jan. 31, 2018.
- Jenkins Kimberly A.; Fodor, Calli; Presacco, Alessandro; Anderson, Samira. “Effects of Amplification on Neural Phase Locking, Amplitude, and Latency to a Speech Syllable.” Ear and Hearing, Dec. 27. 2017.
- Mishra, Srikanta K.; Talmadge, Carrick L. "Sweep-tone Evoked Stimulus Frequency Otoacoustic Emissions in Humans: Development of a Noise-Rejection Algorithm and Normative Features." Hearing Research, February 2018.
- Robinson, Erik. “Moving Toward a Future Free of Drug-Induced Hearing Loss.” Oregon Health & Science University News, March 6, 2018.
- Steyger, Peter, et al. “Cellular Mechanisms of Ototoxicity.” Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience, March 27, 2018.
- Kimberling, W.J., et al. “Frequency of Usher Syndrome in Two Pediatric Populations: Implications for Genetic Screening of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children.” Genetics in Medicine, August 2010.
- Landegger, Lukas D.; Pan, Bifeng; Askew, Charles; Wassmer, Sarah J.; Gluck, Sarah D.; Galvin, Alice; Taylor, Ruth; Forge, Andrew; Stankovic, Konstantina M.; Holt, Jeffrey R.; Vandenberghe, Luk H. “A Synthetic AAV Vector Enables Safe and Efficient Gene Transfer to the Mammalian Inner Ear.” Nature Biotechnology, Feb. 6, 2017.
- Lentz, Jennifer, and Keats, Bronya J.B. “Usher Syndrome Type I.” GeneReviews, University of Washington Press, Dec. 10, 1999; updated May 19, 2016.
- Pan, Bifeng; Askew, Charles; Galvin, Alice; Heman-Ackah, Selena; Asai, Yukako; Indzhykulian, Artur A.; Jodelka, Francine M.; Hastings, Michelle L.; Lentz, Jennifer J.; Vandenberghe, Luk H.; Holt, Jeffrey R.; Géléoc, Gwenaëlle S. “Gene Therapy Restores Auditory and Vestibular Function in a Mouse Model of Usher Syndrome Type 1c.” Nature Biotechnology, Feb. 6, 2017.