Past research

Previous research sponsored by the Ménière’s Society:

  • Investigating Meniere’s disease in the UK Biobank. Dr J Tyrrell, University of Exeter (2012)
  • Dynamic visual acuity testing as a proposed outcome measure for vestibular rehabilitation. H Brough MSc, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge (2012)
  • Saccadic function in Meniere’s disease. Dr P Bright, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (2011)
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship - Building a research programme to help people cope with vestibular symptoms in Ménière’s disease. Dr S Kirby, University of Southampton (2007)
  • Discussion Meeting: Where Will Current Theories of Ménière’s Disease Take Future Clinical Practice? Novartis Foundation (2006)
  • The Application of Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials in the Diagnosis of Ménière’s Disease. Dr B Ceranic & Professor L Luxon, National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, London (2004)
  • Genome wide search for a gene or genes predisposing to Ménière’s disease. Mr A Morrison et al, MRC Gene Service, Cambrige/University of Glasgow (2003)
  • A randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness of bibliotherapy-based vestibular rehabilitation for people with Ménière’s disease. L Yardley, University of Southampton (2002)
  • Factors promoting adjustment in Ménière’s disease and the role of the Ménière’s Society in this process L. Yardley, University of Southampton (2001)
  • PhD Study - The Effect of Vestibular Nerve Section on Tinnitus. Dr D Baguley, Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge (2000)

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