Axsome Therapeutics’ oral, nonopioid drug AXS-02 has secured fast-track status from the FDA for the treatment of pain related to complex regional pain syndrome. All statements other than statements of historical facts contained in this presentation and the accompanying oral commentary, including statements regarding our future financial condition, business strategy and plans and objectives of management for future operations, are forward looking statements. Prior to that, he was the CFO of Jerini AG, another publicly-traded biotechnology com-pany, and has held other various management positions in industry, finance and private equity groups. Eshraghi, MD, MSc, FACS, who will discuss the pathophysiology and clinical management of acute sensorineural hearing loss, as well as several members of the Auris Medical executive management team, who will provide an overview of the Company’s technology and ongoing clinical development work with AM-111 for the treatment of ASNHL. The study included the quantification of IHC ribbon synapses as a correlate for deafferentation as well as the measurement of the auditory brainstem response (ABR) to close-threshold sensation level stimuli as an indication of sound-induced auditory nerve activity.We have shown that AM-101 reduced the trauma-induced loss of IHC ribbons and counteracted the decline of ABR wave I amplitude generated in the cochlea/auditory nerve.Local round-window application of AM-101 may be a promising therapeutic intervention for the treatment of synaptopathic tinnitus. However, these options do suffer from several limitations such as high cost, poor sound quality, and painful surgeries (in case of implants). In addition, Dr.
He was unable to elaborate further, however, as the company is keeping schtum on further details until it completes a second phase III trial of Keyzilen, called TACTT3, which is due to read out in the fourth quarter. This trauma causes the IHCs to fire a signal along their associated PANs and also damages / destroys the IHCs. Francis University and continued her education to earn her medical degree at Marshall University’s Joan C. But she has a partner. Once I am done with this I will not continue. CaptionCall® is a revolutionary new telephone for anyone who has trouble hearing on the phone. Even if mine is as low as it is, and getting silence, there are no chances of it getting worse from the injections, and he believes it’s a win/win to do it and be 100% sure you got the real thing in round 2.
Apart from that, I had lower, different tones playing in at time, some quite intense for short periods of time, others repeatedly. ALTOONA – This time of year many of us get colds or sore throats. We usually get better, but sometimes the stuffy nose doesn’t go away and we say we have sinus problems. Now one local doctor offers a device, that could help you breathe easier. Tyrone, PA – ENT Associates of Central Pennsylvania, the premiere ENT practice in the central PA region, has announced plans to expand their practice with the addition of an office location on the Tyrone Regional Health Network (TRHN) campus. The office will open September 8th. Ear, Nose & Throat Associates of Central Pennsylvania offers state of the art and comprehensive specialized care for ENT disorders in both children and adults.
Auris Medical intends to seek grant funding for REACH and expects enrollment to begin in the third quarter of 2016. Services including non-surgical and surgical ENT care will be provided by Richard Charles Howells, II, M.D., F.A.C.S., Robert J. Caughey, M.D. and audiologist Dr. Amy Nedostup. Dr. 25 patients have been implanted so far and the study will conclude in May 2016.
Caughey are members of the Tyrone Hospital medical staff and will perform surgery at Tyrone. Specialized services will be offered to address a wide variety of ENT related conditions including sinus and allergy, hearing and balance, snoring and sleep apnea, head and neck surgery, otology, pediatric ear, nose and throat care and voice and swallowing disorders. Dr. This compares to a net loss of CHF 3.4 million, or CHF 0.14 per share, for the same period in 2014. His training and experience include unique competencies in the treatment of the entire spectrum of Ear, Nose and Throat disease. He is a graduate of West Virginia University School of Medicine, Morgantown, WV. He completed his general surgery internship and Residency at the Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery, West Virginia University.
His professional affiliations include the Pennsylvania Medical Society, Blair County Medical Society, American Academy of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery, and Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society. Professional articles by Dr. Howells have been published in medical periodicals including the American Journal of Rhinology and Otolaryngology Head Neck Surgery. He has also conducted a number of ENT studies in cooperation with medical researchers at West Virginia University and Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine. Dr. Howells resides in Hollidaysburg, PA with his wife Stephanie and their three sons. He enjoys cycling, skiing and a variety of outdoor activities.
Dr. Robert Caughey is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA. He completed a general surgery internship and Residency at the Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery, at University of Virginia Health System. His professional affiliations include the Pennsylvania Medical Society, Blair County Medical Society, American Academy of Otolaryngology, Virginia Society of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, and American Medical Association. Studies co-authored by Dr. Caughey have been presented at meetings of the American Otological Society and published in professional periodicals including the American Journal of Rhinology. Dr.
Caughey resides in Hollidaysburg, PA with his wife Anne and their daughters. His enjoys running, golf and hockey. Dr. Amy Nedostup is licensed in Pennsylvania, nationally certified by the American Speech-Language & Hearing Association and is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. She provides comprehensive audiology services including audiological and vestibular evaluations and rehabilitation including hearing aid services for all ages. Dr. Nedostup obtained her Doctor of Audiology degree from Salus University.
Still today (7 weeks after), I feel that things are less stable in that ear. Dr. Nedostup’s professional experience includes serving as an investigator at the United States Army’s Aeromedical Laboratory in Ft. In case of insufficient hearing recovery after one week, which means less than 10 decibel improvement from baseline patients would have the opportunity of receiving an optional reserve therapy with the course of oral corticosteroids. She practiced in Washington State as the director of Northwest Hearing Center and in Tennessee at The Center for Audiology. ENT Associates of Central PA will be participating in The Altoona Mirror’s annual Health-O-Rama on Friday, August 15th from 10 AM-2 PM at the Logan Valley Mall. Learn about our scope of services, meet our audiologist, Dr.
Amy Nedostup and our clinical allergy specialist, Elyssa Sitar. News Updates: January 9, 2014, Physician Assistant, Leslie A Krug joins the staff. October 25, 2013, ENT Associates Open House, 2-4 PM. June 17, 2013, ENT Associates welcomes audiologist, Dr. Amy Nedostup April 2013, ENT Associates introduces allergy testing and immunotherapy for seasonal allergy sufferers. September 2012, Physician Assistant, Eric Wrotney joins the staff August 2012, we will be moving to a new Logan Boulevard location, offering a larger, updated facility with ample parking. June 2012, Physician Assistant, Nicole Kielp joins the staff June 2012, we will be offering our patients another option for outpatient surgery at the new, state of the art Advanced Center for Surgery in Altoona.