Hair cell protection and repair during treatment with ototoxic drugs

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Corne Kros explores the protection of hair cells using ototoxic drugs. He looks at studies investigating whether hair cells in the inner ear of animals can recover from effects of aminoglycoside antibiotics, and discusses how understanding the repair process could lead to better enhanced recovery.

This lecture was part of an event called ‘Novel interventions for the human cochlea’ at The Royal Society of Medicine in London. 

Date of lecture: 5th February 2015

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Length: 00:16:53

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Dr Doris-Eva Bamiou, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London

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Florian Lordick, Director, University Cancer Centre, Leipzig. 

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Richard T Ramsden, Consultant Otolaryngologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary. 

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Emmanuel Mylanus, ENT Surgeon, Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, The Netherlands.

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Peter Rea, Ear, Nose and Throat Consultant at Spire Leicester Hospital.

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Robert Shepherd, Director of the Bionics Institute & Professor of Medical Bionics, University of Melbourne.

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Andrew Forge, Professor of Auditory Cell Biology, University College London. 

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Corne Kros, Professor of Neuroscience, University of Sussex. 

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Anne Schilder, NIHR Research Professor and Paediatric ENT surgeon, University College London Hospitals.

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