This website is intended to allow participants of the Fifth International Middle-Ear Mechanics in Research and Otology (MEMRO 2009) conference to discuss various topics, provide comments on specific presentations or manuscripts, and post blog entries. Note that you must be logged in to access manuscripts, post comments, or create blog entries.

  • To view presentation abstracts, provide comments on them, or download manuscripts (A '*' after the title indicates that a manuscript is available), use the Presentations section on the left to navigate to the appropriate session and presentation title.
  • Click on the Forums link (also in the menu to the left) to participate in discussions.
  • To view blog entries from other conference participants, or create your own blog entries, click on the Blogs link (also in the menu to the left).
  • To edit your account settings, including whether or not you'd like to receive email notifications when people comment on forum topics or blog entries that you post, click My account on the left, and then click on Edit.

To return to this main page at any time, simply click on the MEMRO 2009 title above.
For general information about the conference, Click Here to go to the main MEMRO 2009 site.

MEMRO 2009 special issue of Hearing Research now available online

The full contents of the "MEMRO 2009: Middle-Ear Science and Technology" special edition of Hearing Research (Volume 263; Issues 1-2; Pages 1-258; May 2010) are now available online from the ScienceDirect website. The issue includes an editorial as well as the papers, conference abstracts, and names and photos of the conference participants.

All authors of posters and oral presentations were given the opportunity to submit a corresponding manuscript for publication. A total of 41 manuscripts were submitted and all of the manuscripts went through the normal review process for Hearing Research. Of the submitted manuscripts, 27 were accepted for publication, with an average of 2.7 revision stages per accepted manuscript.

MEMRO 2012 will be in Daegu, South Korea!

To discuss this, or to download a presentation provided by the organizers, please use this link: http://memro2009.stanford.edu/discussion/node/353

The Program and Abstracts booklet is now available for download

If you're logged in, you can click on title of this post to access a download link for the attached file.

You can also download a file with just the agenda and an annotated campus map.

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