His primary scientific interests are in Cochlea, Spiral ganglion, Inner ear, Neuroscience and Neurotrophic factors. His Cochlea research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Endocrinology and Internal medicine. His work investigates the relationship between Spiral ganglion and topics such as Stimulation that intersect with problems in Cochlear implant.
His Inner ear study combines topics in areas such as Blood vessel, Anesthesia and Blood flow. Josef M. Miller studied Neuroscience and Neurotrophin that intersect with Ciliary neurotrophic factor. His studies in Hair cell integrate themes in fields like Surgery, Noise-induced hearing loss and Dexamethasone.
Josef M. Miller mostly deals with Cochlea, Audiology, Inner ear, Internal medicine and Endocrinology. His study in Stimulation extends to Cochlea with its themes. He has included themes like Stimulus and Noise in his Audiology study.
His work in Inner ear tackles topics such as Anesthesia which are related to areas like Laser Doppler velocimetry and Pharmacology. Endocrinology connects with themes related to Auditory brainstem response in his study. His Neuroscience research also works with subjects such as
Josef M. Miller spends much of his time researching Hearing loss, Audiology, Cochlea, Vitamin C and Vitamin E. Josef M. Miller combines subjects such as Hair cell, Inner ear, Epidemiology and Bioinformatics with his study of Hearing loss. His study focuses on the intersection of Hair cell and fields such as Cell biology with connections in the field of Adult stem cell.
His research in Audiology tackles topics such as Compound muscle action potential which are related to areas like Round window, Masking and NMDA receptor. Cochlea is the subject of his research, which falls under Neuroscience. His Spiral ganglion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cochlear implant, Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor, Neurotrophic factors and Perilymph.
Hearing loss, Cell biology, Spiral ganglion, Audiology and Hair cell are his primary areas of study. His Spiral ganglion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor, Neurotrophic factors, Cochlear implant and Perilymph. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cell and Endocrinology, Stimulation, Internal medicine.
His research integrates issues of Therapeutic approach and Cochlear blood flow in his study of Audiology. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Inflammation under Hair cell, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Neuroscience. Josef M. Miller is interested in Cochlea, which is a field of Neuroscience.
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Mechanisms of noise-induced hearing loss indicate multiple methods of prevention.
Colleen G. Le Prell;Daisuke Yamashita;Shujiro B. Minami;Tatsuya Yamasoba.
Hearing Research (2007)
Delayed production of free radicals following noise exposure.
Daisuke Yamashita;Hong Yan Jiang;Jochen Schacht;Josef M. Miller;Josef M. Miller.
Brain Research (2004)
Effect of pelvic muscle exercise on transient incontinence during pregnancy and after birth.
C.M. Sampselle;J.M. Miller;B.L. Mims;J.O.L. Delancey.
Obstetrics & Gynecology (1998)
Intense noise induces formation of vasoactive lipid peroxidation products in the cochlea.
Yoshimitsu Ohinata;Josef M. Miller;Richard A. Altschuler;Jochen Schacht.
Brain Research (2000)
Neurotrophins can enhance spiral ganglion cell survival after inner hair cell loss
Josef M. Miller;David H. Chi;Leonard J. O'Keeffe;Paul Kruszka.
International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience (1997)
Neurotrophic factor intervention restores auditory function in deafened animals
Takayuki Shinohara;Göran Bredberg;Mats Ulfendahl;Ilmari Pyykkö.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
Glutathione limits noise-induced hearing loss.
Yoshimitsu Ohinata;Yoshimitsu Ohinata;Tatsuya Yamasoba;Jochen Schacht;Josef M. Miller.
Hearing Research (2000)
Free radical scavengers vitamins A, C, and E plus magnesium reduce noise trauma.
Colleen G. Le Prell;Larry F. Hughes;Josef M. Miller;Josef M. Miller.
Free Radical Biology and Medicine (2007)
Guinea pig auditory neurons are protected by glial cell line-derived growth factor from degeneration after noise trauma
J Ylikoski;U Pirvola;J Virkkala;P Suvanto.
Hearing Research (1998)
Direct inner ear infusion of dexamethasone attenuates noise-induced trauma in guinea pig
Keiji Takemura;Mototane Komeda;Masao Yagi;Chiemi Himeno.
Hearing Research (2004)
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