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BCIG meeting update

BCIG meeting update

Speaker spotlight

"Challenges and opportunites in CI"

Dr Quesnel is presenting at the meeting in Cambridge, 13-14 April

Alicia M Quesnel MD is an otologist, neurotologist and lateral skull base surgeon at Massachusetts Eye and Ear and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA USA. Her clinical practice focuses on chronic ear disease including cholesteatoma, cochlear implantation, otosclerosis and skull base surgery such as for vestibular schwannoma or spinal fluid leak repair.

Her research interests focus on the histopathology of the human temporal bone, particularly related to otosclerosis and post-cochlear implantation pathology. She is the Director of the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Otopathology Laboratory, which houses one of the world’s largest and most well-curated human temporal bone collections.  The laboratory is part of the NIH/NIDCD National Human Inner Ear Resource Network and focuses on translational research investigating the pathophysiology of hearing loss and vestibular disorders utilizing human inner ear specimens.

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