Jennifer Morrissey

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We are developing two types of vestibular prosthetics that electrically stimulate afferent neurons. One type replaces absent sensory function by providing stimulation that modulates above and below a baseline established with the head stationary. The other type provides constant stimulation and is turned on only when necessary, for example, to override(More)
With the rapid development of wireless communication technology over the last 20 years, there has been some public concern over possible health effects of long-term, low-level radiofrequency exposure from cellular telephones. As an initial step in compiling a database for risk analysis by government agencies, the effects of 1-h exposure of mice to a 1.6-GHz(More)
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