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John A. Germiller, MD, PhD

Attending Surgeon

Director of Clinical Research

Assistant Professor of Otorhinolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Awards

Grant Awards
American Hearing Research Foundation, Wiley H. Harrison Memorial Research Award.  "Stimulating Auditory Nerve Growth with Embryonic Factors."  John A. Germiller, M.D., Ph.D., principal investigator.  One year, $25,000.

Pennsylvania Lions Hearing Research Foundation Research Grant, 2005-06, "Molecular Analysis of Nerve-promoting Factors from the Embryonic Inner Ear." John A. Germiller, M.D., Ph.D., principal investigator.  One year, $20,000.

Original Papers

Germiller J, Smiley EC, Ellis AD, Hoff JS, Deshmukh I, Allen SJ, Barald KF. Molecular characterization of conditionally-immortalized cell lines derived from early mouse embryonic inner ear. Developmental Dynamics. 2004;231:815-27.

Germiller JA, Harris MO, Bradford, CR, Myers LL. 2001. Pseudoaneurysm of the proximal facial artery presenting as oropharyngeal hemorrhage. Head & Neck. 2001;23: 259-263.

Gerlach LM, Hutson MR, Germiller JA, Nguyen-Luu D, Victor JC, and Barald KF. 2000. Addition of the BMP4 antagonist, noggin, disrupts avian inner ear development. Development. 2000;127: 45-54.

Posters and Presentations

Cell lines developed from the embryonic inner ear. Johns Hopkins University, Dept. of Otolaryngology, 2004.

Cell lines developed from the embryonic inner ear. University of Utah, Dept. of Otolaryngology, 2004.

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