Faculty from the Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery at Harvard Medical School had an excellent representation in New Orleans, Louisiana at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) earlier this month. There were more than 100...
New study suggests ear infections and conditions that cause chronic conductive hearing loss may lead to nerve degeneration when left untreated.
Boston, Mass. — Chronic conductive hearing loss, which can result from middle-ear infections, has been linked to speech recognition deficits, according to the results of a new study, led by scientists at Massachusetts Eye and Ear/Harvard Medical School and published September 6 in the journal Ear and Hearing.
We are pleased to present the Summer 2019 Issue of The Registry, which is the semi-annual newsletter of the NIDCD National Temporal Bone, Hearing and Balance Pathology Resource Registry at Massachusetts Eye and Ear/Harvard Medical School. Inside you will find:
Faculty and staff from the Department of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery at Harvard Medical School gathered in the Meltzer Auditorium at Massachusetts Eye and Ear on Friday, June 21, to celebrate the 2019 graduating class of residents and fellows.