Ian Curthoys, Ph.D.
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Professor Ian Curthoys. PhD, runs the School of Psychology’s Vestibular Research Laboratory which has state-of-the-art equipment and software for vestibular research. He travels regularly to vestibular and neuroscience conferences in Australia and overseas, as well as making numerous and fruitful visits to overseas research laboratories and receiving visits to his own laboratory from both new and experienced researchers.
As of 3 December 2014 he has published around 241 refereed papers, with a total of 7,188 citations at an average of 29.83 citations per paper. His H index is 49. He collaborates with many vestibular researchers around the world. For almost all his research career his work has been supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia and from 1992 by the Garnett Passe and Rodney Williams Memorial Foundation.
17th International Symposium on Inner Ear Medicine and Surgery
March 12-19, 2016 at the Hotel Theresa in Zell im Zillertal, Austria
Named after Prosper Ménière (1799-1862), The Prosper Ménière Society (PMS) was founded in 1981 by the International Meniere’s Disease Research Institute (IMDRI) of the Colorado Otologic Research Center (CORC).
It was reorganized in 1990 and is set up as a separate not-for-profit corporation (501) (C) (3). The Society was reorganized in 1999 and moved to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, where it is presently.
Its primary goal is to promote the academic dissemination and discussion of clinical research data on Ménière’s disease and all aspects of inner ear dysfunction, pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment.