"Conserving Hearing During Inner-Ear Surgery"- An Engineering Article for the University of Miami

"Conserving Hearing During Inner-Ear Surgery"- An Engineering Article for the University of Miami

By Rochelle Broder-Singer | 01/30/17

A $450,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is helping Suhrud M. Rajguru, an assistant professor in the College of Engineering’s Biomedical Engineering Department and Miller School of Medicine’s Department of Otolaryngology, explore how hypothermia might help preserve residual hearing in patients who undergo cochlear implant surgery.

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"New Technique to Reduce Inner-Ear Trauma During Cochlear Implant Surgery"- An Engineering Article for the University of Miami

"New Technique to Reduce Inner-Ear Trauma During Cochlear Implant Surgery"- An Engineering Article for the University of Miami

By Rochelle Broder-Singer | 02/15/17

Not all patients who receive cochlear implants to treat deafness are totally without hearing; many have some residual hearing. But the inner-ear surgery required to implant these life-changing devices can often result in trauma that causes loss of that residual hearing. Suhrud M.

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"Keep Your Gift Wrapping Under Wraps" – Short Research Story for University of Miami School of Business

"Keep Your Gift Wrapping Under Wraps" – Short Research Story for University of Miami School of Business

By Lauren Comander

If you’re feeling pressure to step up your gift wrapping as the holidays near, then wrap your mind around findings by Uzma Khan, associate professor of marketing at the School. Drop the bows and the carefully crafted corners and keep things simple, she says, or you’ll be setting the gift recipient up for disappointment. 

Fall 2017 BusinessMiami magazine

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