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Basic & Translational Science Research

The cardinal goal of Stanford OHNS is to conduct research on issues relevant to human disease with a special emphasis on the goal of curing deafness through regenerative means.

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Drs. Kay Chang and Josephine Czechowicz publish study on weight gain and tonsil removal

According to their research, weight gain in children following tonsil removal is not linked to obesity.

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Weight Gain in Children Occurs After Tonsil Removal, Not Linked to Obesity


Dr. Jackler Discusses the rise of e-cigarettes and implications for public and tobacco industry

Dr. Jackler is interviewed about e-cigarettes and the e-cigarette industry, discussing SRITA's research findings on the product and its industry's many parallels to the tobacco industry.

Cheng Lab publishes study on spontaneous hair cell regeneration in mice

A new study by Dr. Cheng and his team published in the journal Development shows that early hair cells can be grown back in newborn mice.

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Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss


The Stanford Initiative to Cure Hearing Loss (SICHL) is a large-scale research effort conducted at Stanford to find biological cures for hearing loss.

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The 2014 Annual Research Report is available now.

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