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MingZhang

Ming Zhang, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor
mzhan2@lsuhsc.edu

 

EDUCATION

MD Clinical Fellow Certificates in Otolaryngology - Universities of Zurich & Iowa
PhD Speech Pathology & Audiology - University of Iowa
Postdoctoral Fellowships - Northwestern University and House Ear Institute

DEPARTMENTAL DUTIES

Teach Cochlear Implant, Advanced Electrophysiology, Research Experience, etc.
Research supervision of Audiology doctoral students.

AREAS OF CLINICAL-RESEARCH INTEREST

Apply neuroscience & bioengineering in clinical issues, e.g., cochlear & brain responses, speech perception, amplification, tinnitus, aging, and cell regeneration.

PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

Regard trainees as previous myself. Expect them to be able to find ways to improve their work continuously, and to be able to share the ways once found with others via meetings or journals.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

M Zhang, Malysa C, Huettmeyer F, Piplica D, Schmidt B. Using the International Classification of Functioning Model to Gain New Insight into the Impact of Cochlear Implants on Prelingually Deafened Recipients. J Speech Pathol Ther 1(3):117.1-117.6, 2016

Y Yu, H Yang, M Xiao, J Wang, D Huang, Y Bhambhani, L Sonnenberg, B Clark, Y Jin, W Fu, J Zhang, Q Yu, X Liang, M Zhang (Mentor). Genetic Effects on Sensorineural Hearing Loss and Evidence-based Treatment for Sensorineural Hearing Loss. Chinese Medical Science Journal, 30 (3): 179–188, 2015 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26564418)

M Zhang, Using a Concha Electrode to Measure Response Patterns Based on the Amplitudes of Cochlear Microphonic Waveforms Across Acoustic Frequencies in Normal Hearing Subjects. Ear & Hear, 36:53-60, 2015

L Qi, B Schmidt, M Qureshi, L Hendson, M Zhang (PI & Contact) Using 1000 Hz Tympanometry in Hearing Screening of Babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 39:162-175, 2015

Y Yu, D Huang, SS Olivo, Y Bambanini, H Yang, L Sonnenberg, B Clark, G Constantinescu, Q Yu, M Zhang (Mentor). Confounding Effect in Clinical Research of Otolaryngology and Its Control. Chinese Medical Science Journal, 30: 121-30, 2015 (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26149004)

M Zhang, Effects of the intensity of masking noise on ear canal recorded low-frequency cochlear microphonic waveforms in normal hearing subjects. Hear Res, 313:9-17, 2014

M Zhang (Mentor, Contact), A Miller, M Campbell. Overview of nine computerized, home-based, auditory-training programs for adult cochlear implant recipients. J Am Acad Audiol, 25(4):405-413, 2014

M Ryan, D Piplica, M Zhang (Contact). Cochlear Implantation in a Patient with Superficial Siderosis. Otol Neurotol, 35:1742-5, 2014

M Zhang, E Hill, A Boyd. A Case Series Report: Prelingually Deaf Cochlear Implant Users and Factors Associated with Outcomes. Universal Journal of Clinical Medicine, 2:25-34, 2014

M Zhang (PI, Contact), N Gomaa, A Ho. Presbycusis: A Critical Issue in Our Community. Int J Otolaryngol Head & Neck Surg, 2:111-120, 2013

M Zhang, Effects of stimulus intensity on low-frequency toneburst cochlear microphonic waveforms. Audiology Research, 3:16-25, 2013

M Zhang. Response Pattern Based on the Amplitude of Ear Canal Recorded Cochlear Microphonic Waveforms across Acoustic Frequencies in Normal Hearing Subjects, Trends Amplif, 16:117-26, 2012

M Zhang, High-frequency hearing impairment assessed with cochlear microphonics. Acta Otolaryngologica, 132:967-73, 2012

M Zhang, et al. Using Concha Electrodes Measuring Cochlear Microphonic Waveforms and Auditory Brainstem Responses. Trends in Amplification, 14:211-217, 2010