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A deeper understanding of hearing loss and vestibular deficits is invaluable for treating deafness and imbalance

   

Research

The goals of the Nicolson lab research are to understand the molecular basis of the senses of hearing and balance.

The majority of genes that we have identified in behavioral screens for auditory/vestibular deficits are implicated in human hearing loss.

Our Team

Our state-of-the-art lab is located in Biomedical Innovation Building (BMI) built in  2020 on Stanford Medicine campus.

We work to gain deeper understanding of hearing loss and vestibular deficits is invaluable for treating deafness and imbalance.

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