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Funded Project Details - FY2021




Project Number:

I21RX003182-01
Title: Tympanometric laser Doppler vibrometry measurements of middle ear function
Principal Investigator:

M. Patrick Feeney

Location: Portland, OR
Congressional District Code: 3
Research Service: Rehabilitation R&D
Project Period: June 2019 - May 2022
FY 2021 Funding Amount: $66,226
Total Award Amount
(all years):
$199,289
Abstract: View full abstract and other project information on NIH RePORTER
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Excerpt:

Laser Doppler vibrometry (LDV) is an emerging technology for assessing middle ear (ME) function that detects the sound-induced velocity (Vu) of one of the ME bones, the malleus, over a wide frequency range (300 to 6000 Hz) using a reflected laser beam. The PI seeks to develop LDV measures as a new research area in line with his previous work in the assessment of ME function using wideband acoustic immittance (WAI) measurements. Because LDV measures the movement of one of the ossicles, it is inhe...



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