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OTOHNS 204: Inner Ear Biology

Inner Ear Biology is an introduction to hearing and balance. Open to medical students and graduate students. A background in biology is not required. Online lectures will be divided into theory and experimental techniques. Topics include: sound waves, sound localization, sound perception, anatomy and physiology of the ear, outer and middle-ear mechanics, cochlear and vestibular mechanics, hair cells, hair bundles, neural encoding of sound and head movement, genetics and development of the inner ear, diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss, molecular biology of and imaging the inner ear, auditory evoked potentials, and otoacoustic emissions. Enrollment limited to 15.
Terms: Aut, Spr | Units: 1
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