Links from Ear Research

Here you can find out more about ear research, just click on the links!

4 EU Projects 

  • BIOEAR 2004-2007
  • NANOEAR 2007 - 2011
  • NANOCI 2012-2015
  • OTOSTEM 2013-2017 

Total budget for our group in Uppsala is approximatly 15 million SEK.

Ganglion and “Dendrite” Populations in EAS Ears

EAS technique combines electric and acoustic stimulation in the same ear and utilizes both low frequency acoustic hearing and electric stimulation of preserved neurons. We present data of ganglion cell and dendrite populations in ears from normal individuals and those suffered from adult-onset hereditary progressive hearing loss with various residual low tone hearing.

NANOCI flyer

NANOCI stands for NANOtechnology based Cochlear Implants. For more information, visit the homepage:

Publishable summaries


An exhibition of several canvases showing inner ear anatomy was held During the ENT meeting in Uppsala, 2014. The unique anatomic images were displayed at the 17th century anatomic theatre, where they drew many visitors. The exhibition was inaugurated by Marika Hedin, Museum Director at Uppsala University Museum.

Museum Director Marika Hedin and Professor Helge Rask-Andersen.