Scott Chambers

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OBJECTIVE To investigate the effect of teriflunomide on the efficacy and safety of seasonal influenza vaccine. METHODS The 2011/2012 seasonal influenza vaccine (containing H1N1, H3N2, and B strains) was administered to patients with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (RMS) treated for ≥6 months with teriflunomide 7 mg (n = 41) or 14 mg (n = 41), or(More)
In this paper we will show that it is possible to generate the roots of monic polynomials with computable real coeecients as computable complex numbers. A result from constructive analysis has already shown that the roots are computable numbers; however, because the proof is non-constructive it does not provide an eeective method for ÿnding the roots. In(More)
HYPOTHESIS Scala tympani morphology influences the insertion dynamics and intra-scalar position of straight electrode arrays. BACKGROUND Hearing preservation is the goal of cochlear implantation with current thin straight electrode arrays. These hug the lateral wall, facilitating full, atraumatic insertions. However, most studies still report some(More)
AIM To determine whether the type of material used to seal the cochlea after round window cochlear implantation influences delayed hearing loss. BACKGROUND Cochlear implants are now prescribed to patients with residual, low-frequency hearing. This hearing-which provides perceptual benefits for the implanted ear-is frequently lost for unknown reasons weeks(More)
Cochlear implant recipients show improved speech perception and music appreciation when residual acoustic hearing is combined with the cochlear implant. However, up to one third of patients lose their pre-operative residual hearing weeks to months after implantation, for reasons that are not well understood. This study tested whether this "delayed" hearing(More)
In transition-metal oxides, the ability to control which atomic orbitals are occupied by electrons could be used to develop materials with new functionalities. Oxides containing transition metals have many fascinating properties, such as superconductivity, ferroelec-tricity, and forms of magnetism that are linked to the crystal structure. These properties(More)
however, only a few oxides accommodating high electron density confined to low dimensions. [12,17–21] Filling this materials gap would provide qualitatively new opportunities in the field of nanoscale oxide electronic devices including novel plasmonic and high charge-gain devices. NdTiO 3 (NTO) and SrTiO 3 (STO) are classified as a Mott and a band(More)
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