Current research projects
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Research studies currently recruiting volunteers
Current/recently funded projects
TRP channels as sensors of inner ear fluid pressure: implications for Meniere’s disease
Dr D Jagger, UCL Ear Institute, University College London
Assessment of unilateral vestibular function using GVS-evoked eye movements.
Dr R Reynolds, University of Birmingham
Model of semicircular canals for management of complex BPPV cases
Vestibular Rehabilitation Using 360 degree virtual reality video
Living with Ménière’s disease: Understanding patient experiences of mental health & well-being in everyday life
Identification of rare allelic varients in familial Meniere's disease by whole exome sequencing (WES)
Clinical trial: The effectiveness of transtympanic steroids in unilateral Ménière’s disease: a randomised controlled double blind trial
Two systematic reviews looking at (1) the prevalence of balance disorders and (2) the use of betahistine for treatment of vertigo
Study of free walking and dual tasking in patients with a peripheral vestibular disorder
Role of acceptance in adjustment to Meniere’s disease
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