Q&A with Neurotology Fellow Matthew A. Shew

Why did you pick Wash U for your fellowship? After interviewing, I remember being immediately impressed by the scope and depth of the training, the leadership both locally and nationally, and the overall completeness of the program. While WashU was a new program, it was clearly evident to me that the training had some of […]

Successful evaluation of new cochlear implant design

Nucleus profile implant with slim modiolar electrode

The Cochlear Implant Center at Washington University School of Medicine was the primary investigator in a recently completed prospective multi-center trial evaluating a new cochlear implant electrode design called the Nucleus CI 532. This represents perhaps the most extensive prospective study of cochlear implant outcomes. The Nucleus 532 cochlear implant electrode is designed to allow […]