Posted on: Wednesday, December 4, 2013
by james robins
Auditory neuropathy is a hearing disorder which causes people to experience hearing loss as well as difficulties distinguishing speech from other sound. The underlying causes of auditory neuropathy are still unknown, however recent research has offered up some clues which may lead to a better understanding of the disorder.
Tracey Pollard, from our Biomedical Research team, tells us more about this research and its potential in developing future treatments for auditory neuropathy.