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Aaron Kyle Remenschneider, M.D.

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I am currently a practicing surgeon/scientist with a research appointment as an Investigator within the Eaton Peabody Laboratory at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and a clinical appointment as the Otologist/Neurotologist at the UMASS Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, MA. I medically and surgically treat patients with chronic ear disease and hearing loss. Being directly informed by my clinical care of patients in the clinic, my research has focused on improving surgical outcomes in otology. In addition to a medical doctorate, I obtained a Masters in Public Health, which has allowed a better appreciation for biostatistics, effective research study design and evaluation of patient centered outcomes.

During my research and clinical training at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, I developed an interest in understanding the etiology of otologic disease through otopathologic and advanced imaging techniques, designing effective methods diagnosing and rehabilitating otologic conditions, and measuring the outcomes of these interventions. As the lead investigator for the multi-institutional, city-wide Otologic Outcomes Study following the Boston Marathon Bombings, I have come to appreciate the importance of collaborative research.

My current research focuses on improving middle ear function and reconstruction using new technology including 3D printing. As a interdisciplinary effort between a biofabrication laboratory (Wyss Institute / Harvard University), middle ear mechanics group (MEEI / Harvard Medical School) and surgeons, our research involves a diverse team with a unified goal: to design and fabricate otologic materials with direct clinical potential.

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  1. K08DC018575 (REMENSCHNEIDER, AARON KYLE) Apr 1, 2020 - Mar 31, 2025
    Mechanisms of Conductive Presbycusis in Humans
    Role: Principal Investigator

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.