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20062021

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Prevention of cochlear synaptic excitotoxicity in noise-induced hearing loss

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We use anatomical and physiological techniques to study synaptic transmission in the cochlea and brain stem in the context of auditory sensory processing and noise-induced hearing loss. Projects include development of therapies to prevent excitotoxicity by antagonizing calcium-permeable AMPA-type glutamate receptors. 

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