Explores the feasibility of reparative restoration of auditory and vestibular function. August 2001.
Discusses the present and future state of cell lineage and development research in the auditory and vestibular systems. August 2002.
This second workshop of the NIDCD Working Group on Early Identification of Hearing Impairment identified some of the research opportunities offered by neonatal hearing screening programs. March 1998.
Working Group Report. Discusses issues of language and cultural difference and interpretation in obtaining informed consent for research studies.
Defines the issues involved and provides recommendations for hearing health professionals on communicating follow-up. July 2001.
Presents current research and discusses degree to which cytomegalovirus infection contributes to hearing loss in children. March 2002.
Discusses role of genetic testing for researchers. December 1998.
Third NIDCD Working Group on Early Identification of Hearing Impairment focused on the critical research needs in the area of early identification of hearing impairment. September 2000.
Recommendations from an NIDCD Working Group on a system of universal hearing screening within newborn nurseries. September 1997.
Identifies funding issues and requirements for Laboratory training and supports. September 12 2003.
The five-year Strategic Plan is designed to help the NIDCD prioritize its research funding by identifying areas of outstanding promise and gaps in knowledge.
Discusses the need for alternative approaches to the treatment of otitis media. November 2000.
This workshop explored the viability of studying the effects of altered gravitational exposure on sensory-motor function in genetically altered experimental model systems. June 1999.
Conference abstracts. September 1997.
several research opportunities to understand the basis for health
disparities within the purview of NIDCD.
This workshop focused on three major areas: neuroplasticity and recovery of function; neuroanatomical and neurophysiological correlates of language processing in brain damaged individuals, using neuroimaging techniques; and recovery of language function and neuroimaging. May 2002.
This workshop reports on further development and refinement of the universal reporting parameter system. April-May 2004.
This report discusses translational research as related to hearing and balance and identifies barriers to and opportunities in translational research. April 2004.
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