auditory brain

auditory brain

NIH NeuroCOVID Project

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) COVID-19 NeuroDatabank-NeuroBioBank (The NeuroCOVID Project) has been initiated at NYU Langone Health.

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COVID-19 in Cerumen—A Potential Source of Viral Spread of Patients Infected with SARS-CoV-2

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New Israeli Study Suggests COVID-19 Does Not Damage Auditory System

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been reports in the professional literature on possible hearing loss caused by the disease. A new study from Tel Aviv University (TAU), in collaboration with the Galilee Medical Center, finds no evidence of damage to the auditory system as a result of COVID-19 infection.  


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Illustration of head made of ice and broken off from the back due to concussion

An Auditory Perspective on Concussion

Americans love football. In early February, more than 100 million viewers tuned in to the Super Bowl to watch the Philadelphia Eagles battle the New England Patriots. Despite a decline of about
7 percent in viewers from the 2017 Super Bowl, this event, like in years past, will likely be the most-watched television event of the year. In fact, Super Bowl viewership can more than double its closest competitor, typically a  presidential address or debate. 

Topic(s): Concussion, CTE, auditory brain, Military Health