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ENT Resident Research Day 2011

Last Friday, several members of the ENT-erest group attended the ENT Resident Research Day at the Methodist Hospital – Baylor Med Neurosensory Center. There were eight 10-15 minute presentations (4 basic science, 4 clinical) done by the residents followed up by a fantastic lecture on “outcomes research” by a distinguished …

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Week 2 of ENT Research

I’ve wrapped up my second week of research at the neurosensory center, and I’m still loving it! In spite of repeating the exact same experiment every day, the two ENT residents I’m working with make it incredibly enjoyable. Plus, no two cochlear outer hair cells (OHCs) are alike.

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Biophysics of the Cochlear Outer Hair Cell

Undergrad introduced me to an interesting unification of math, medicine, and physics – biophysics. I’ve decided to spend my short month of ENT research exploring the electrophysiological properties of guinea pig cochlear outer hair cells (OHCs). 馃檪

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