The Oregonian featured OHSU’s Oregon Hearing Research Center on page 1 of its Nov. 25 print version and on its website, highlighting the Center’s four scientists with hearing loss. , Ph.D., , Ph.D., , Ph.D., and , Ph.D., belong to OHSU’s team of researchers investigating causes and solutions to hearing loss. Their research ranges from toxicity of certain pharmaceutical drugs to genetic therapies to prevent deafness through treatments in utero. Also featured is , a Graduate Studies faculty member. Read the article “” on some of the innovative auditory science conducted at OHSU.