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  • Control of speech and voice in cochlear implant patients. [Review]
    Laryngoscope 2019; 129(9):2158-2163Gautam A, Naples JG, Eliades SJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cochlear implants provide valuable insights into the role of hearing in vocal production. Although implants improve vocal production for most patients, there remains considerable room for future study and therapeutic improvement. Laryngoscope, 129:2158-2163, 2019.
  • T-Helper 2 Lymphocyte Immunophenotype Is Associated With Iatrogenic Laryngotracheal Stenosis. [Journal Article]
    Laryngoscope 2019; 129(1):177-186Hillel AT, Ding D, … Motz K
  • CONCLUSIONS: CD3/CD4 + T-helper lymphocytes and the proinflammatory cytokine IL-4 are associated with iLTS. The association of a TH 2 immunophenotype with iLTS is consistent with findings in other fibroinflammatory disorders. The murine results reveal that the inflammatory infiltrate precedes the development of fibrosis. However, human iLTS specimens with well-developed fibrosis also contain a marked chronic inflammatory infiltrate, suggesting that the continued release of IL-4 by T-helper lymphocytes may continue to propagate iLTS.
  • Trends in Pediatric Otolaryngology Disparities Research. [Journal Article]
    Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 2018; 159(1):173-177Jabbour J, Doerfer KW, … Cunningham MJ
  • Objectives To describe trends in disparities research within pediatric otolaryngology as evidenced by major meeting presentations and to compare observed trends with those in the realm of patient safety and quality improvement (PSQI). Study Design Retrospective review of presentations at national otolaryngology meetings. Setting Online review of meeting programs. Subjects and Methods Meeting prog…
  • Guide to Academic Research Career Development. [Journal Article]
    Laryngoscope Investig Otolaryngol 2016; 1(1):19-24Gail Neely J, Smith RJ, … Paul Gubbels S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Crucial elements in developing a research career are a desire for and commitment to high-quality research, a focus on an overall theme of progressive hypothesis-driven investigations, research guidance, a willingness to spend the time required, and an ability to learn from and withstand failure.
  • Otolaryngology--head and neck surgery in undergraduate medical education: advances and innovations. [Review]
    Laryngoscope 2015; 125 Suppl 2:S1-14Fung K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Enriching OtoHNS teaching in medical school is essential optimize primary care delivered to patients. Although e-learning and simulation are broadly accepted and desirable by today's medical students, these technologies should be woven into the fabric of UME pedagogical principles judiciously, and only after empiric assessment. Foundational to the development and implementation of these technologies is the framework of standardized competency-based learning objectives, common to all graduating medical students.
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