Case Study

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Suppression of Tinnitus in Mice Moving to Clinical Trials

Suppression of Tinnitus in Mice Moving to Clinical Trials

“Sometimes scientists can’t discern if something went wrong in an animal model until clinical results show inconsistency. That is why we always exercise caution [about interpreting results with animal models] before we see the confirmation from clinical findings involving people,” Zhang said. Zhang is also a member of the ATA Board of Directors and former chair of the ATA’s Scientific Advisory Committee.

Vestibular Impairment in Children with Hearing Loss | Bearing a Load

Vestibular Impairment in Children with Hearing Loss | Bearing a Load

Bárány Society 2018 Breakfast Seminar, June 12  This video has been set to commence with the talk titled “Vestibular Impairment in Children with Hearing Loss: Bearing a Load”, presented by Sharon Cushing, MD MSc, FRCSC

mdDS people out and about – meet Polly Moyer

mdDS people out and about – meet Polly Moyer

This photo was taken at the Cambridge Rare Diseases Network Summit in October. Second from the right is Polly Moyer, one of the co-founders/co-facilitators of Action for MdDS UK. Their website: actionformdds.org.uk/ Polly helps to facilitate the UK Facebook group. She is pictured here with Steph (her co-founder/facilitator), Professor Floris Wuyts (second from left) and Darius […]

Mal de Debarquement Syndrome | Pregnancy Survey

Mal de Debarquement Syndrome | Pregnancy Survey

You are invited to participate in a research study being conducted by Dr. Cherylea Browne, Lecturer in Human Anatomy, School of Science & Health and Ms. Viviana Mucci, Doctoral Student, Antwerp University Research Centre for Equilibrium and Aerospace (AUREA) & Laboratory of BioMedical Physics (BIMEF), University of Antwerp. This research aims to contribute to the […]

Dizzy Me. Shedding light on balance – a personal story

Dizzy Me. Shedding light on balance – a personal story

Tania Stadsbader is a VEDA Ambassador and author of the book, “Dizzy Me” – a memoir about her journey to get a vestibular diagnosis. She’s heard it all, from hyperventilation to a brain tumour, and from laziness to Ménière’s syndrome. It took doctors almost 14 years to figure out why Tania Stadsbader felt so dizzy. […]

Leveling the MdDS concerns

Leveling the MdDS concerns

Mal de Debarquement syndrome (MdDS) is persistent dizziness, disequilibrium and rocking sensation (like being on a boat) on return to a stable environment (land) following motion adaptation. ‘Sea legs’ or ‘land sickness’ is a common sensation after being aboard an ocean liner cruise for a period of time. Instead of resolving when returning to land […]