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Appendix 3: Resources

Materials Supplied for the Meeting

Schuknecht HF: Temporal Bone Collections in Europe and the United States: Observations on a Productive Laboratory, Pathologic Findings of Clinical Relevance, and Recommendations.

Bluestone CD, Naunton RF, Scheetz MD (eds): Human Temporal Bone Research Workshop Report (selected papers).

Merchant SD et al. The National Temporal Bone, Hearing and Balance Pathology Resource Registry.

Wackym PA. Editorial. Perspectives on the Future of Temporal Bone Research.

Paparella MM, Lamey SF, Goycoolea MV. Histology and Pathology of the Ear (Including Temporal Bone Removal for Dissection).

Application Guidelines for Research Core Centers (P30).

Workshop on Molecular Pathology of the Temporal Bone, The Registry.

NIH Grant Mechanisms (selected mechanisms of interest) and their defined uses.

Fischman DA: The 'descriptive' curse.

"The Crisis in Otopathology," presentation by Michael M. Paparella, MD.
    (Attached as Appendix 4)

Written Comments Regarding Human Temporal Bone Laboratory Funding
    (Attached as Appendix 5)

Written Comments Regarding Training Support
    (Attached as Appendix 6)

Written Comments from Johns Hopkins University
    (Attached as Appendix 7)

"Outside" Comments
    (Attached as Appendix 8)

PowerPoint Presentations
    (Attached as Appendix 9)

"A Series of Lectures on Human Temporal Bone Histopathology," presentation by Isamu Sando, MD, DMS
    (Attached as Appendix 10)

Materials Supplied After the Meeting

"HIV/CNS Tissue Network," RFA MH-98-009, NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts, http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-MH-98-009.html.

Keithley Updated Comments
    (Attached as Appendix 11)

Sklare Updated Comments
    (Attached as Appendix 12)