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seitz. P. R. (2002). French origins nilho cochlinr insplnnl. Caclllenrlmpkvm Wilson, 1;. 5., Tucci, D. 1., Merson, M. 1-1., and D'Dunaghue. G. M. (2017).
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shannon. 11. v. (2015). Auditory implant research at the House Ear Institute 390(10111), 2503-2515.

1959-2013. Hearing Ressonsh 322. 57-55. zeng, F. G. (2502). Temporal pitch in electric hearing. Helzriylg Rzsearrh

sirnrnons, E 13., Eplsy, 1. M., Lumrnls, R. c., Gunman, N., Frishkopf. L. 5., 174(1-2), 101-105.

I-[an-non, L D., and zwidrer, 13. (1955). Auditory nerve: Elzctrical st.imula- zeng, F. G. (2017). challenges in improving cnchllzzr implant performance
tion in man. srisnre 145(3555), 104-105. and accessibility. 1131313 Tmrlsurtiuru an Binmrdiral Er1gir12e1ir1g64(8), 1552-

Tyler, 11. 5., Moore, 5. c., nnd Kuk. F. K. (1959). Performance ofsnm: of 1554.
the better codilear-implant patients. Ionmol nfSpe£ch 5- I-Iemirlg Reslzurrh znng. E G., and canlon, 5. (2015). Recognizing the jnurney and relehi-ating
32(4), 557-911. the adtizvement ufcudileax implants. Ilenring Rsseorch 322, 1-3.

Tyler, 11 5., Prrece. ). 12, 1nnsing,c. 11., Otto, 5. 11., and Gantz. 5. 1. (1955). zeng, F. G, Rcbscher, 5., Harrison, w., sun, x, and Feng, 1-1. (20115). co-
Prsvious experiencz as a confounding factor in comparing coch1oar-irn- chlear implants: System design, integration, and evaluatiun.lEEERev1'cws
plant processing schu-ms. Ionmol of Speech 6- Hearing Rcsmvdl 29(2), in BinmrdimlEv1ginecringl, 115-142.

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auditory system: New technolngy for sevrro hearing 1055. 0121 Iuumal of p _ _
Dto-Rhino-Laryngulogy 5 It: Related Specialliz: 51(5), 334-340. ‘\ _ Blake Wilson Is a fellow ofthe Acoustical

Wilson, 5. 5. (2004). Engineering dnsign afcochlear ‘unplanzs.1nl=. G. Zeng, \ society of America (ASA) and a proud
frfiggfgjixg 3:-jljgclffgll-n:0g'::f;i:'f':;'S;::3’-"7 PWSMH ‘ - recipient of the ASA He1mholtz- Ray-

vwlson, 5. 5. (2012). Treatments for partial deafness using combined elec- ' 1918*‘ I““”d‘5°‘P1““’Y 5'1"“ Med“ 1“
txic and acoustic stimulation of the auditory system. Ioumol o/Hearing ‘ Psychological and Physiological Amus-
Sciznft 2(2). 19-31 ‘ ‘ tics, Speech Camrnlmication, and Signal

wrlson, 5. 5. (2015). Getung a descent (but sparse) srgnrrl to the brain tor Processing in Acoustics‘ in his case “for
users ofcodilenr implants. Hearing Rsseorch 322, 24-35. _ _ _

Wilso11,B. 5. (2015). The cochlear irnplant and possibilities fur narrowing C°Dmb“t1°“5 ‘O ‘he d€V91°Pm9“‘ and ‘d°P'-‘W 0f C°d11“‘
the remaining gaps between prosthetic and normal hearing. Wa1H lmmml implants.’ ’ He also is the recipient of other major awards in-
'1f0?0"*'i""l1"77‘E'7I°E}’ 2 H5114 “"4 N96’-' 5“”X£"7 3(4)- 200521“ cluding the 2013 Lasker Award (along with two others) and

vlnlson, B. 5,, and Dornian, M. F. (2005). cochlsariinplants: A remarkable the 2015 Russ Prize (film with four others) He is amamber
past anda brilliant f1|n.1m.Hmn'ngReseurch 242(1-2), 3-21. _ 3 _ _ ' _

W35“, 1;_ 5” and Dam“, M 1:_ (zany Siam] Pmcessmg mmgm {M of the National Academy of Engineering and of the faculties
cochltax implants. In M. 1. Ruckenstein (Ed.), Cochlear Implants and Other at Duke University, Durham, NC; The University of Texas at
gzlplllntable 1-lenrmg Dzvlces. Plural Pubhslnng. san Diego, CA, pp. 51- Dallas; and Warwick University, Covemm UK

Wilson, 5. 5., and Dorrnan. M, F. (20155). A brief history of the cochlear
implant and rolated trnatrnents. 1n A. Reui, E. Kzames, and 1-1. Peckhiun
(Eds.).NeummadulutiM1:A Campmhsmive Handbook, 2nd ed. Elsevier,

Amsterdam. pp. 1197-1207.

Wilson, 3. 5., and Darman, M. F. (20155). Stimulation for the return of
hearing. in A. Rezzi, 1=. Kmmes, and 1-1 Peckhain (Eds), Neummodl1b1-
tinrl: A comprrlrennve I-Irmdlmuk. 2nd ed. Elscvier, An-istordans, pp. 1209-

mm Be Heard

Wilson, 13. 5.. Dnnnan, M. F.. Gilfoxd. R. 1-1., and McAlpinn, D. (2015). co-
chlear inrplant den considerations. In N. M. Y0 and K. 1121 Kirlr . .

(Eds). Pedinm‘: cifnmr Impbznmlion. Lelmxing orrdullgra Drain. springer. Swdems’ get more ‘nvolveé Wm‘ me ASA
V,,13g,NEwy(,,k’PP_ H3‘ through our student council at:

Wilson, 5. 5., Finley, c. c., Lawson, D. T.,Wo1ford. R. D., Eddington. D. K. asastudentcounci|.org/get-involved
and iznhinowitz. w. M. (1991). Better speech reoognition with cochlear
implants. Nonrrr 352(5332), 235-235.

Wilson, 5. 5., Finley, c. C Lnwson, D. T., and Zerbi, M. (1997). Temporal
representations with codalear implants.Amcriml1 Ioumnl of Olalogy 15(5
5nppl.), 530-534.

vlnlson, E. 5., Lawson, D. 1:, zerhi, M, and Finley, c. C. (1992). Speed: :.,._-_
processors for auditory pm5d'lese5:Complet1o1-1 onhr “poor performance” "  . ‘
series. Twelfth Quarterly Pmgresr Rzpml, NH-I Pmjecl N01-DC~9-2401, _._ . , X S 
Neunl PmsLhesis Progranr, National Institute on Deafness and other ‘-I-I--':.-.'.L 1- A
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