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CIRL Investigators

Cochlear Implant Research Laboratory (CIRL), located at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, investigates and develops cochlear implants for use as auditory prostheses. Stimulating electrodes are implanted in or around the cochlea as a means to provide a measure of hearing to the profoundly deaf. The research aims to achieve an understanding of the mechanisms of neural activity provoked by electrical stimulation and to use this understanding to develop practically useful auditory prostheses.

 

 

CIRL Investigators

Investigator

Research Area
Donald Eddington, Ph.D. Optimization of cochlear implant processors