Work with thought leaders and academic experts in otorhinolaryngology

Companies can greatly benefit from collaborating with academic researchers in the field of Otorhinolaryngology. These experts can provide valuable insights and solutions to various challenges related to ear, nose, and throat health. They can contribute to the development of innovative medical devices, pharmaceuticals, and treatment methods. Additionally, their expertise can help companies improve the design and functionality of hearing aids, speech recognition systems, and other assistive technologies. By partnering with Otorhinolaryngology researchers, companies can enhance their products, services, and research, ultimately improving the quality of life for individuals with ear, nose, and throat conditions.

Researchers on NotedSource with backgrounds in otorhinolaryngology include Hussein Al-Hussein, Giuseppe Maria de Peppo, Maria Daniela Defagó, Vuk Uskokovic, Georgii Romanov, Professor Esper A. Cavalheiro, Dr. Thulasi Thiruvallur Madanagopal Ph.D, Carolina Duarte, Vishal Kothari, Amir Manbachi, Santosh Kumar, and Mehrdad Sheikhvatan.

Giuseppe Maria de Peppo

Brooklyn, New York, United States of America
Research Director
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Otorhinolaryngology
Other Research Expertise (21)
Clinical Biochemistry
Cell Biology
Endocrinology
Biochemistry
Biomedical Engineering
And 16 more
About
I am Director of Internal Research at Mirimus Inc, Research Assistant Professor of Cell Biology at SUNY, and Visiting Scholar at NYU Tandon School of Engineering. The major goal of my research team is to develop next generation sensing devices for the detection and monitoring of different human health hazards. Previous research directions include the engineering of tissue grafts and tissue replacement products, the manufacturing and testing of implants and biomaterials, the design and validation of bioreactor systems, organ-on-a-chip, and stem cell-based therapy. During over 15 years of research, I have had the opportunity to teach and mentor numerous undergraduate and graduate students and supervise several PhD and postdoctoral fellows.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

33 total publications

Choukroun's platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) stimulates in vitro proliferation and differentiation of human oral bone mesenchymal stem cell in a dose-dependent way

Archives of Oral Biology / Mar 01, 2010

Dohan Ehrenfest, D. M., Doglioli, P., de Peppo, G. M., Del Corso, M., & Charrier, J.-B. (2010). Choukroun’s platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) stimulates in vitro proliferation and differentiation of human oral bone mesenchymal stem cell in a dose-dependent way. Archives of Oral Biology, 55(3), 185–194. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.archoralbio.2010.01.004

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Maria Daniela Defagó

Professor and researcher, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba and CONICET
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Otorhinolaryngology
Other Research Expertise (36)
nutrición
epidemiología
evaluación nutricional
genómica nutricional
Nutrition and Dietetics
And 31 more
About
María Daniela Defagó graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition (2003), later obtaining the title of Technical Assistant in Bromatology (2004), a Doctor of Health Sciences at the National University of Córdoba (2010) and a Master's Degree in Clinical Effectiveness from the University of Buenos Aires (2017). She completed her postdoctoral degree in the Department of Cardiovascular Epidemiology at Tulane University (New Orleans, United States, 2011-2012), training in genetic and molecular epidemiology. She was a fellow of the Bernard Lown Cardiovascular Health program at Harvard University, United States (2014). She currently works as a teacher-researcher at the School of Nutrition of the Faculty of Medical Sciences (UNC), an associate researcher at INICSA-CONICET and as an associate researcher at the Center of Excellence in Cardiovascular Health (Institute of Clinical and Health Effectiveness, Buenos Aires). Aires). Her line of research includes the study of chronic diseases and biomarkers. She has participated in numerous national and international scientific events and has publications in international scientific journals. She is co-director of the Public Health Magazine of the National University of Córdoba since 2021.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

63 total publications

Fatty acid profile of human saliva: a possible indicator of dietary fat intake

Archives of Oral Biology / Jan 01, 2005

Actis, A. B., Perovic, N. R., Defagó, D., Beccacece, C., & Eynard, A. R. (2005). Fatty acid profile of human saliva: a possible indicator of dietary fat intake. Archives of Oral Biology, 50(1), 1–6. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.archoralbio.2004.08.001

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Vuk Uskokovic

Materials scientist and educator, currently a lecturer in engineering at San Diego State University
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Otorhinolaryngology
Other Research Expertise (53)
Science and Art
Physical Chemistry
Materials Science
Nanomedicine
Philosophy of Science
And 48 more
About
**Vuk Uskoković, PhD, MSc, MS, BSc, is a Serbian-Slovenian-American scientist, educator and multimedia artist, currently a lecturer in engineering at San Diego State University, a visiting professor at University of Montenegro and the Cofounder and Chief Scientific Officer at TardigradeNano LLC, a zero-profit biotech startup, think tank and educational and social advocacy powerhouse, all under one hat, located in Irvine, California. Dr. Uskoković holds degrees in physical chemistry (BSc & MS), materials science and engineering (MSc), and nanoscience and nanotechnologies (PhD), and has completed postdoctoral trainings in colloid chemistry, fine particle synthesis, biomimetics, tissue engineering and controlled drug delivery. Prior to his current appointments, he was a professor in the schools of engineering, pharmacy and medicine at the University of California in Irvine, Chapman University and University of Illinois in Chicago, respectively, where he ran research labs and taught a variety of subjects, including biomaterials, nanophysics, medical devices, biologics, bio-optics, and other. He was also a principal investigator and a research scientist at University of California in San Francisco, Clarkson University in New York, Jožef Stefan Institute in Slovenia, and the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. Dr. Uskoković’s research, which resulted in over 200 authored publications, provided major contributions to the scientific understanding of a number of critical phenomena from physical and biological sciences. Many of Dr. Uskoković’s discoveries have originated from the enthusiasm to address the pressing medical needs of humanity, particularly in the domains of targeted drug delivery, bone tissue engineering, and next-generation antimicrobial and anticancer therapies. Dr. Uskoković is the recipient of the prestigious Pathway to Independence Award from the National Institutes of Health and a prolific author of research papers, reviews and essays throughout his decades-long scientific career. A true renaissance scientist, Dr. Uskoković has also been a lifelong advocate of the union between natural sciences, arts and humanities. A quintessential contribution to this interdisciplinary venture came through his pioneering work on treating scientific paper as a medium for combined displays of analytical rigor, scientific novelty, humanistic values and artistic expression.**
Most Relevant Publications (3+)

100 total publications

Dynamic light scattering and zeta potential of colloidal mixtures of amelogenin and hydroxyapatite in calcium and phosphate rich ionic milieus

Archives of Oral Biology / Jun 01, 2011

Uskoković, V., Odsinada, R., Djordjevic, S., & Habelitz, S. (2011). Dynamic light scattering and zeta potential of colloidal mixtures of amelogenin and hydroxyapatite in calcium and phosphate rich ionic milieus. Archives of Oral Biology, 56(6), 521–532. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.archoralbio.2010.11.011

Hydrolysis of amelogenin by matrix metalloprotease-20 accelerates mineralization in vitro

Archives of Oral Biology / Dec 01, 2011

Uskoković, V., Khan, F., Liu, H., Witkowska, H. E., Zhu, L., Li, W., & Habelitz, S. (2011). Hydrolysis of amelogenin by matrix metalloprotease-20 accelerates mineralization in vitro. Archives of Oral Biology, 56(12), 1548–1559. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.archoralbio.2011.06.016

Altered self-assembly and apatite binding of amelogenin induced by N-terminal proline mutation

Archives of Oral Biology / Apr 01, 2011

Zhu, L., Uskoković, V., Le, T., DenBesten, P., Huang, Y., Habelitz, S., & Li, W. (2011). Altered self-assembly and apatite binding of amelogenin induced by N-terminal proline mutation. Archives of Oral Biology, 56(4), 331–336. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.archoralbio.2010.10.017

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Georgii Romanov

Ph.D. reseacher in computational population genetics
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Otorhinolaryngology
Other Research Expertise (26)
genetics
deafness
Genetics (clinical)
Epidemiology
Public Health, Environmental and Occupational Health
And 21 more
About
• Dedicated and accomplished human genetics researcher with experience in population dynamics of hereditary diseases, evolutionary adaptation, genetic history, and bioethics. • Established a distinguished record in scientific research, with 80+ articles and conference abstracts (50 WOS/Scopus). • Extensive experience in collecting and processing large arrays of contemporary and ancient human genetic materials and data, as well as statistical analysis and computer modeling. • Skilled in project coordination, interdisciplinary collaboration, and administrative tasks.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

43 total publications

A novel pathogenic variant c.975G>A (p.Trp325*) in the POU3F4 gene in Yakut family (Eastern Siberia, Russia) with the X-linked deafness-2 (DFNX2)

International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology / Jan 01, 2018

Barashkov, N. A., Klarov, L. A., Teryutin, F. M., Solovyev, A. V., Pshennikova, V. G., Konnikova, E. E., Romanov, G. P., Tobokhov, A. V., Morozov, I. V., Bondar, A. A., Posukh, O. L., Dzhemileva, L. U., Tomsky, M. I., Khusnutdinova, E. K., & Fedorova, S. A. (2018). A novel pathogenic variant c.975G>A (p.Trp325*) in the POU3F4 gene in Yakut family (Eastern Siberia, Russia) with the X-linked deafness-2 (DFNX2). International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 104, 94–97. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijporl.2017.11.001

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Professor Esper A. Cavalheiro

Professor Emeritus at Departamento de Neurologia e Neurocirurgia, Escola Paulista de Medicina/UNIFESP
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Otorhinolaryngology
Other Research Expertise (58)
neurociência
Behavioral Neuroscience
Neurology
Neurology (clinical)
Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
And 53 more
About
Esper A. Cavalheiro is a highly accomplished Brazilian scientist and medical professional. He holds a postdoctoral degree from Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza and CNRS - Gif-sur-Yvette, as well as a PhD from Universidade Federal de São Paulo and an MD from Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo, Escola Paulista de Medicina. With over 40 years of experience in the field, he is currently a Professor Emeritus at Universidade Federal de São Paulo. He is also a Full Professor at Universidade Federal de São Paulo Departamento de Neurologia e Neurocirurgia da UNIFESP. Professor Cavalheiro's research focuses on neurology and neurosurgery, and he has published numerous articles and books in these areas. He is highly regarded in the scientific community for his contributions to the field of epileptology and is a mentor to many young researchers.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

406 total publications

Sudden unexpected death in Parkinson’s disease (SUDPAR): sleep apnea increases risk of heart attack

Sleep and Breathing / May 23, 2017

Scorza, F. A., Tufik, S., Scorza, C. A., Andersen, M. L., & Cavalheiro, E. A. (2017). Sudden unexpected death in Parkinson’s disease (SUDPAR): sleep apnea increases risk of heart attack. Sleep and Breathing, 21(4), 965–966. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11325-017-1511-8

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Carolina Duarte

Multidisciplinary Biomedical Researcher
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Otorhinolaryngology
Other Research Expertise (22)
Microbiology (medical)
Microbiology
Immunology
Pharmacology
Aging
And 17 more
About
I am a results-driven multidisciplinary biomedical researcher with 15 years of hands-on experience in biomedical research. Demonstrated expertise in applying the scientific method to disease characterization, diagnosis, and treatment, along with a comprehensive understanding of experiment design, execution, and data analysis. Possess exceptional communication and presentation skills, facilitating effective collaboration with healthcare professionals, key opinion leaders, and cross-functional teams. Skilled in translating complex scientific information into accessible terms for diverse audiences, honed through experience as an educator and medical writer in Asia, the Middle East, and the USA. Proficient in utilizing medical databases, conducting literature searches, and staying abreast of medical advancements. Proven track record of contributing as a scientific resource for internal teams, aiding in product development and strategic planning. Experienced in organizing and delivering scientific presentations, seminars, and advisory meetings to educate healthcare professionals and enhance product/mechanism knowledge. Seeking and securing funding has been crucial to my academic career, as my positions have been supported by government grants. I have extensive experience in content creation and administrative tasks for grant applications.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

16 total publications

Relaxin receptors 1 and 2 and nuclear receptor subfamily 3, group C, member 1 (glucocorticoid receptor) mRNAs are expressed in oral components of developing mice

Archives of Oral Biology / Feb 01, 2014

Duarte, C., Kobayashi, Y., Kawamoto, T., & Moriyama, K. (2014). Relaxin receptors 1 and 2 and nuclear receptor subfamily 3, group C, member 1 (glucocorticoid receptor) mRNAs are expressed in oral components of developing mice. Archives of Oral Biology, 59(2), 111–118. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.archoralbio.2013.10.010

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Amir Manbachi

Co-director and Founder of the Johns Hopkins HEPIUS Innovation Lab
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Otorhinolaryngology
Other Research Expertise (31)
Biomedical Engineering
Engineering Design
Medical Devices
Ultrasound
Neurosurgery
And 26 more
Most Relevant Publications (2+)

91 total publications

Sonolucent Cranial Implants

Journal of Craniofacial Surgery / Jan 01, 2019

Belzberg, M., Shalom, N. B., Yuhanna, E., Manbachi, A., Tekes, A., Huang, J., Brem, H., & Gordon, C. R. (2019). Sonolucent Cranial Implants. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, 30(5), 1456–1461. https://doi.org/10.1097/scs.0000000000005454

Transcranioplasty Ultrasound Through a Sonolucent Cranial Implant Made of Polymethyl Methacrylate

Journal of Craniofacial Surgery / Oct 01, 2019

Belzberg, M., Shalom, N. B., Lu, A., Yuhanna, E., Manbachi, A., Tekes, A., Huang, J., Brem, H., & Gordon, C. (2019). Transcranioplasty Ultrasound Through a Sonolucent Cranial Implant Made of Polymethyl Methacrylate. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, 30(7), e626–e629. https://doi.org/10.1097/scs.0000000000005651

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Santosh Kumar

Assistant Professor in Vascular biology at University of Iowa
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Otorhinolaryngology
Other Research Expertise (64)
Vascular endothelial function
Pharmaceutical Science
Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine
Toxicology
Health, Toxicology and Mutagenesis
And 59 more
Most Relevant Publications (2+)

73 total publications

Cleidocranial Dysplasia in Son and Father: Report of Two Rare Cases with Review of Literature

Journal of Indian Academy of Oral Medicine and Radiology / Apr 01, 2012

Kumar, S. M., Mouli, C., Kumar, P. M., Kailasam, S., & Kailasam, S. (2012). Cleidocranial Dysplasia in Son and Father: Report of Two Rare Cases with Review of Literature. Journal of Indian Academy of Oral Medicine and Radiology, 24, 158–161. https://doi.org/10.5005/jp-journals-10011-1285

Temporomandibular joint ankylosis—a retrospective analysis of 57 cases

International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery / Nov 01, 2007

Sharma, P., Kumar, S., Rana, A. S., Bansal, V., Jain, G., & Vikram, A. (2007). Temporomandibular joint ankylosis—a retrospective analysis of 57 cases. International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 36(11), 1065–1066. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijom.2007.08.388

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Mehrdad Sheikhvatan

Iran University of Medical Sciences
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Otorhinolaryngology
Other Research Expertise (48)
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Neurology (clinical)
Gastroenterology
Hepatology
Clinical Psychology
And 43 more
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

89 total publications

Respiratory events and obstructive sleep apnea in children with achondroplasia: investigation and treatment outcomes

Sleep and Breathing / Jan 13, 2011

Afsharpaiman, S., Sillence, D. O., Sheikhvatan, M., Ault, J. E., & Waters, K. (2011). Respiratory events and obstructive sleep apnea in children with achondroplasia: investigation and treatment outcomes. Sleep and Breathing, 15(4), 755–761. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11325-010-0432-6

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Example otorhinolaryngology projects

How can companies collaborate more effectively with researchers, experts, and thought leaders to make progress on otorhinolaryngology?

Development of Advanced Hearing Aid Technology

Collaborating with an Otorhinolaryngology researcher can lead to the development of advanced hearing aid technology. By leveraging their expertise in audiology and hearing disorders, researchers can contribute to the design and optimization of hearing aids that offer superior sound quality, comfort, and customization options.

Improving Speech Recognition Systems

Academic researchers in Otorhinolaryngology can play a crucial role in improving speech recognition systems. Their understanding of the intricacies of speech production and perception can help companies enhance the accuracy and efficiency of voice-controlled devices, virtual assistants, and communication tools.

Enhancing Drug Delivery Methods for Nasal Disorders

Collaboration with Otorhinolaryngology experts can lead to advancements in drug delivery methods for nasal disorders. Researchers can contribute their knowledge of nasal anatomy and physiology to develop innovative nasal sprays, inhalers, and drug formulations that improve the effectiveness and convenience of treatment.

Optimizing Surgical Techniques for Ear Surgeries

Companies can benefit from collaborating with Otorhinolaryngology researchers to optimize surgical techniques for ear surgeries. By leveraging their expertise in otology and neurotology, researchers can contribute to the development of minimally invasive procedures, surgical instruments, and imaging technologies that improve surgical outcomes and patient recovery.

Designing Effective Communication Strategies for Hearing Impaired Individuals

Academic researchers in Otorhinolaryngology can help companies design effective communication strategies for hearing impaired individuals. By studying the impact of hearing loss on communication and social interactions, researchers can provide insights that enable companies to develop inclusive products, services, and environments that cater to the needs of the hearing impaired.