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  • Zhang J, White P. 2019. ERBB2 signaling drives cochlear supporting cell and GER cell proliferation in vitro and hearing improvement after noise in vivo. Annual Society for Neuroscience Conference.
  • White, Patricia.  2019. Workshop. Delayed auditory recovery in young adult mice after traumatic noise damage.  Military Health Services Research Symposium, Orlando, FL.
  • White, Patricia. 2019.  Workshop. Genetic susceptibility to hearing loss from noise.  Hearing Loss Association of America National Convention, Rochester, NY.
  • White, Patricia.  2019. Keynote Address. Progress in Cochlear Regeneration.  Hearing Loss Association of America National Convention, Rochester, NY.
  • White, Patricia. 2019. Invited talk.  ERBB2 Signaling as a Candidate Regeneration Pathway in the Noise-Damaged Cochlea, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
  • White, Patricia. 2018. Invited talk.  Hearing loss from noise: understanding vulnerability and new prospects for regeneration.  Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.
  • White, Patricia. 2018. Invited talk.  Genetic Susceptibility to Hearing Loss from Noise and Inroads into Cochlear Regeneration Rutgers University, Newark, NJ.
  • White, Patricia. 2018. Invited talk. The transcription factor FOXO3 is required for auditory function after noise damage.  Eastern Auditory Retreat, New York, NY.
  • Zhang J, Henry K, White P. 2019. Improved Hearing Recovery After Noise Damage Following ERBB2 Activation in Genetically Modified Mice. Symposium at the Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Zhang J, White P. 2019. ErbB Family Signaling Drives Proliferation of Greater Epithelial Ridge (GER) Cells In Vitro. The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Beaulac H, White P. 2019. FOXO3’s Role in Hearing Recovery from TTS Challenge. The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Beaulac H, White P. 2018. Investigating FOXO3’s role in cochlear preservation and hearing recovery in a mouse model of noise-induced hearing loss. Annual Society for Neuroscience Conference.
  • White P, Zhang J, Wang Q, Abdul-Aziz D, Edge A, Mattiacio J. 2018. ErbB family signaling drives supporting cell proliferation in vitro and supernumerary hair cell formation in vivo in the neonatal mouse cochlea. Transplantation and Regeneration: PNS Session. The Annual Society for Neuroscience Conference.
  • White, Patricia. October 26, 2018. Rutgers University Invited Guest Speaker.
  • Beaulac H. White PM. 2018. Mechanisms of Oxidative Stress and Outer Hair Cell Death in Noise-Exposed Foxo3 Knock-Out Mice.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • White PM. 2018. Genetic regulators of the oxidative stress response and their roles in hearing after noise damage.
    Symposium at the Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Zhang J, Wang Q, Abdul-Aziz D, Mattiacio J, Edge A, White PM. 2018. ERBB2 Signaling is Sufficient to Drive Proliferation and Supernumerary Hair Cell Formation in Neonatal Mouse Cochlear Supporting Cells.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Zhang J, White PM. 2018. Assaying Sensory Cell Regeneration in Adult Mouse Cochlea After Noise Damage and Activation of ERBB2.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • White PM, Patel S, Dang B, Paquette S, Gilels F. 2017. Loss of Sirt3 has Little Effect on Noise Recovery in Mice.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Zhang J, White PM, Paquette S. 2017. Activation of ERBB2 is Sufficient to Induce Cochlear Supporting Cell Proliferation in vivo.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Paquette S, Dawes R, Sundar I, Rahman I, Brown E, White PM. 2017. Chronic Cigarette Smoke Exposure Results in Spiral Ganglion Neuron Losses and Fibrosis in C57/BL6J Mice.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Paquette S, Gilels F, White PM. 2016. Synaptic Alterations in FVB/n Mice in Response to Acoustic Stress.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Gilels F, Paquette S, White PM. 2016. Catastrophic Hearing Loss After Noise Exposure in Foxo3 Knock-Out Mice.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Paquette S, Gilels F, White PM. 2014. Ribbon Synapse Domains in Development and Noise Exposure.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Savoy-Burke G, Gilels F, Pan W, White PM, Kiernan A. 2014. Activated Notch Causes Deafness by Promoting a Supporting/Progenitor Cell-Like Phenotype in Developing Auditory Hair Cells.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Gilels F, Paquette S, Zhang J, Rahman I, White PM. 2014. Mutation of Foxo3 Causes Adult Onset Auditory Neuropathy and Alters Cochlear Synapse Architecture in Mice.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Zhang J, Mattiacio J, White PM. 2014. Activation of HER2 Signaling Causes Supporting Cells to Divide in Mouse Neonatal Cochlea.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Gilels F, Rahman I, White PM. 2013. Foxo3 Protects Hearing Through Synapse Maintenance.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • Gilels F, Rahmen I, White PM. 2012. Foxo3-Mediated Hair Cell Protection in Noise-Induced Hearing Loss.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • White PM. 2011. Assessing the Developmental Potentials of Cochlear Sensory Cells.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • White PM, Stone J, Groves A, Segil N. 2011. ERBB Signaling Regulates Cochlear Supporting Cell Proliferation.
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.
  • White PM, Groves A and Segil, N. 2008. Regulation of Supporting Cell Proliferation in the Mouse Cochlea 792 KB
    The Association for Research in Otolaryngology Mid-Winter Meeting.

  • White PM, Groves A and Segil, N. 2008. Regulation of Supporting Cell Proliferation in the Mouse Cochlea 1 MB
    Deafness Research Foundation Gala