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A Canadian Collaboration Identifies the First Causative Gene, FOXL1, for Otosclerosis
by Matthew Lucas, PhD Nelly Abdelfatah, MD, Ph.D. Susan Stanton, PhD Terry-Lynn Young, PhD Anne Griffin, M.Sc. Audiology, R.Aud (NL)
Lucas et al write about a long-standing collaboration between Memorial University (Newfoundland and Labrador) and Western University (Ontario) that has leveraged the power of interdisciplinary expertise and large families to identify novel hearing loss genes.
Genomic Hearing Research and Development in Newfoundland
by Anne Griffin, M.Sc. Audiology, R.Aud (NL) Terry-Lynn Young, PhD Susan Stanton, PhD
This article will tell you all about Newfoundland and Labrador’s Centre for Genomics-Based Research and Development in Hearing Science and its mission to facilitate discovery, innovation, and knowledge translation, with a focus on the genomic determinants of auditory dysfunction.