Jeffery Lichtenhan

Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology, Assistant Professor of Audiology and Communication Sciences

  • 281 Citations
20032020

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Our research addresses questions on normal and pathologic cochlear physiology. Our approach requires the development of novel electrophysiologic techniques. At present, we are using a new objective measure of low-frequency physiology. As compared to the cochlear base, less is known about the cochlear apex because, in part, conventional electrophysiologic techniques such as otoacoustic emissions and compound action potentials perform adequately only at high-frequencies above 1 kHz or so. Understanding low-frequency hearing and hearing loss is important because speech vowels and many bothersome environmental background noises are of low frequency.

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Early Detection of Endolymphatic Hydrops using the Auditory Nerve Overlapped Waveform (ANOW)

Lee, C., Valenzuela, C. V., Goodman, S. S., Kallogjeri, D., Buchman, C. A. & Lichtenhan, J. T., Jan 15 2020, In : Neuroscience. 425, p. 251-266 16 p.

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  • The Spatial Origins of Cochlear Amplification Assessed by Stimulus-Frequency Otoacoustic Emissions

    Goodman, S. S., Lee, C., Guinan, J. J. & Lichtenhan, J. T., Mar 10 2020, In : Biophysical Journal. 118, 5, p. 1183-1195 13 p.

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  • 1 Scopus citations
  • 4 Scopus citations

    Editorial: New advances in electrocochleography for clinical and basic investigation

    Pienkowski, M., Adunka, O. F. & Lichtenhan, J. T., May 8 2018, In : Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12, MAY, 310.

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    5 Scopus citations
  • 2 Scopus citations