Publications & Presentations

SELECTED PUBLISHED WORKS

  • Lewis RM,Keller JJ, Wan L, Stone JS. Bone morphogenetic protein 4 antagonizes hair cell regeneration in the avian auditory epithelium.Hearing Research. PMID #29754876. July 2018. Link
  • Sagers JE, Brown AS, Vasilijic S, Lewis RM, Sahin MI, Landegger LD, Perlis RH, Kohane IS, Welling DB, Patel CJ, Stankovic KM. Computational repositioning and preclinical validation of mifepristone for human vestibular schwannoma. Scientific Reports. PMID #29615643. April 2018. Link
  • Lewis RM, Rubel EW, Stone JS. Regeneration of Auditory Hair Cells: A Potential Treatment for Hearing Loss on the Horizon. Acoustics Today.Summer 2016. Link 
  • Lewis RM, Stone JS. Regeneration of hair cells. Journey into the World of Hearing.  Link
  • Lewis RM, Hume CR, Stone JS. Atoh1 expression and function during auditory hair cell regeneration in post-hatch chickens. Hearing Research.PMID# 22543087. July 2012. Link

 

PODIUM PRESENTATIONS
  • Self Hearing Tests. Have You Heard? Public Forum at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. May 2018.
  • Defining Atoh1 function and regulation in avian supporting cells during auditory hair cell regeneration. Public Dissertation Defense at University of Washington. May 2016.
  • Avian Hair Cell Regeneration: The Interactions Between Atoh1 and Bone Morphogenetic Proteins. Rubel Lab Meeting at University of Washington. October 2012.
  • Atoh1 promotes both mitotic and non-mitotic forms of regeneration. Auditory Neuroscience Retreat at University of Washington. May 2011, May 2012.
  • The Role of Atoh1 During Avian Auditory Hair Cell Regeneration. Doctoral Research Forum, Speech and Hearing Sciences at University of Washington. November 2011.
  • The Role of Atoh1 During Avian Auditory Hair Cell Regeneration. Auditory Neuroscience Training Grant Seminar at University of Washington. January 2011.
  • The Role of Atoh1 During Avian Auditory Hair Cell Regeneration. Rubel Lab Meeting at University of Washington. December 2010.
  • The Role of Atoh1 During Avian Auditory Hair Cell Regeneration. Doctoral Research Forum, Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Washington. Multiple occasions between 2010-2016.
FULL CURRICULUM VITAE

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