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  1. Royal National ENT Hospital formally opened | UCL Ear Institute - UCL …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/news/2020/feb/royal-national-ent-hospital-formally-opened

    19 Feb 2020: The new hospital will allow for stronger research links with UCL helping to deliver transformative treatments.

    The new hospital will allow for stronger research links with UCL helping to deliver transformative treatments.

  2. University of Delhi dept of Biophysics visit to the Ear Institute |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/news/2020/jan/university-delhi-dept-biophysics-visit-ear-institute

    28 Jan 2020: Visit by Rajan Shrivastava is part of UCL's Global Engagement Fund.

    Visit by Rajan Shrivastava is part of UCL's Global Engagement Fund.

  3. Dean’s List of top performing students for 2018/19 is announced |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/brain-sciences/news/2020/jan/deans-list-top-performing-students-201819-announced

    22 Jan 2020: Every year the Dean recognises the top 5% of students, in terms of academic performance, from across the Faculty.

    Every year the Dean recognises the top 5% of students, in terms of academic performance, from across the Faculty.

  4. ARO 2020 Mid-Winter Meeting | UCL Ear Institute - UCL - London's…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/news/2020/jan/aro-2020-mid-winter-meeting

    20 Jan 2020: This year’s Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) Mid-Winter Meeting will once again be attended by several Ear Institute researchers.

    This year’s Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) Mid-Winter Meeting will once again be attended by several Ear Institute researchers.

  5. Ear Institute Student attends World Health Forum | UCL Ear Institute…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/news/2020/jan/ear-institute-student-attends-world-health-forum

    15 Jan 2020: Rishi Mandavia (ENT Doctor and PhD Student, UCL Ear Institute) attended the World Hearing Forum in Geneva on behalf of the UCLH BRC Deafness and Hearing Theme.

    Rishi Mandavia (ENT Doctor and PhD Student, UCL Ear Institute) attended the World Hearing Forum in Geneva on behalf of the UCLH BRC Deafness and Hearing Theme.

  6. New Hearing Medicine Syndicate Launched | UCL Ear Institute - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/news/2020/jan/new-hearing-medicine-syndicate-launched

    10 Jan 2020: Collaborative syndicate launched to help bring hearing loss and tinnitus research groups closer together and support future therapies.

    Collaborative syndicate launched to help bring hearing loss and tinnitus research groups closer together and support future therapies.

  7. New Paper from Jonathan Ashmore is Journal of Physiology Editors…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/news/2019/dec/new-paper-jonathan-ashmore-journal-physiology-editors-choice

    16 Dec 2019: Paper's title is "Wnts control membrane potential in mammalian cancer cells"

    Paper's title is "Wnts control membrane potential in mammalian cancer cells"

  8. Caitlin Broadbent wins Professional Services Award | UCL Ear…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/news/2019/dec/caitlin-broadbent-wins-professional-services-award

    11 Dec 2019: Caitlin was nominated in the category of 'Personal Excellence'

    Caitlin was nominated in the category of 'Personal Excellence'

  9. Ear Institute Fellow selected for Yale - UCL Collaboration | UCL Ear…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/news/2019/nov/ear-institute-fellow-selected-yale-ucl-collaboration

    12 Nov 2019: The award allows UCL doctoral students to undertake a period of study at Yale University.

    The award allows UCL doctoral students to undertake a period of study at Yale University.

  10. Brain takes just 100 to 300 milliseconds to recognise familiar music…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ear/news/2019/nov/brain-takes-just-100-300-milliseconds-recognise-familiar-music

    1 Nov 2019: New research from the Chait lab shows that the human brain can recognise a familiar song within 100 to 300 milliseconds, highlighting the deep hold favourite tunes have on our memory.

    New research from the Chait lab shows that the human brain can recognise a familiar song within 100 to 300 milliseconds, highlighting the deep hold favourite tunes have on our memory.

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