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profileStephane F. Maison, Ph.D.

TitleAssistant Professor of Otolaryngology
InstitutionMassachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
DepartmentOtolaryngology
AddressMassachusetts Eye & Ear Infrm
Eaton-Peabody Lab
243 Charles St
Boston MA 02114
Phone617/573-3747
Fax617/720-4408
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  1. Maison SF, Yin Y, Liberman LD, Liberman MC. Perinatal thiamine deficiency causes cochlear innervation abnormalities in mice. Hear Res. 2016 May; 335:94-104. PMID: 26944177; PMCID: PMC4860054 [Available on 05/01/17].
  2. Liberman MC, Maison SF. Shelter from the Glutamate storm: Loss of olivocochlear efferents increases cochlear nerve degeneration during aging. J Acoust Soc Am. 2014 Apr; 135(4):2384. PMID: 25235936.
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  3. Maison SF, Usubuchi H, Liberman MC. Efferent feedback minimizes cochlear neuropathy from moderate noise exposure. J Neurosci. 2013 Mar 27; 33(13):5542-52. PMID: 23536069; PMCID: PMC3640841.
  4. Maison SF, Pyott SJ, Meredith AL, Liberman MC. Olivocochlear suppression of outer hair cells in vivo: evidence for combined action of BK and SK2 channels throughout the cochlea. J Neurophysiol. 2013 Mar; 109(6):1525-34. PMID: 23282326; PMCID: PMC3602942.
  5. Maison SF, Usubuchi H, Vetter DE, Elgoyhen AB, Thomas SA, Liberman MC. Contralateral-noise effects on cochlear responses in anesthetized mice are dominated by feedback from an unknown pathway. J Neurophysiol. 2012 Jul; 108(2):491-500. PMID: 22514298; PMCID: PMC3404795.
  6. Maison SF, Liu XP, Eatock RA, Sibley DR, Grandy DK, Liberman MC. Dopaminergic signaling in the cochlea: receptor expression patterns and deletion phenotypes. J Neurosci. 2012 Jan 04; 32(1):344-55. PMID: 22219295; PMCID: PMC3313790.
  7. Maison SF, Le M, Larsen E, Lee SK, Rosowski JJ, Thomas SA, Liberman MC. Mice lacking adrenergic signaling have normal cochlear responses and normal resistance to acoustic injury but enhanced susceptibility to middle-ear infection. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2010 Sep; 11(3):449-61. PMID: 20503062; PMCID: PMC2914237.
  8. Maison SF, Liu XP, Vetter DE, Eatock RA, Nathanson NM, Wess J, Liberman MC. Muscarinic signaling in the cochlea: presynaptic and postsynaptic effects on efferent feedback and afferent excitability. J Neurosci. 2010 May 12; 30(19):6751-62. PMID: 20463237; PMCID: PMC3332094.
  9. Maison SF, Casanova E, Holstein GR, Bettler B, Liberman MC. Loss of GABAB receptors in cochlear neurons: threshold elevation suggests modulation of outer hair cell function by type II afferent fibers. J Assoc Res Otolaryngol. 2009 Mar; 10(1):50-63. PMID: 18925381; PMCID: PMC2644393.
  10. Maison SF, Vetter DE, Liberman MC. A novel effect of cochlear efferents: in vivo response enhancement does not require alpha9 cholinergic receptors. J Neurophysiol. 2007 May; 97(5):3269-78. PMID: 17344378.
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  11. Maison SF, Parker LL, Young L, Adelman JP, Zuo J, Liberman MC. Overexpression of SK2 channels enhances efferent suppression of cochlear responses without enhancing noise resistance. J Neurophysiol. 2007 Apr; 97(4):2930-6. PMID: 17267753; PMCID: PMC1850627.
  12. Darrow KN, Maison SF, Liberman MC. Cochlear efferent feedback balances interaural sensitivity. Nat Neurosci. 2006 Dec; 9(12):1474-6. PMID: 17115038; PMCID: PMC1806686.
  13. Darrow KN, Maison SF, Liberman MC. Selective removal of lateral olivocochlear efferents increases vulnerability to acute acoustic injury. J Neurophysiol. 2007 Feb; 97(2):1775-85. PMID: 17093118; PMCID: PMC1805782.
  14. Maison SF, Rosahl TW, Homanics GE, Liberman MC. Functional role of GABAergic innervation of the cochlea: phenotypic analysis of mice lacking GABA(A) receptor subunits alpha 1, alpha 2, alpha 5, alpha 6, beta 2, beta 3, or delta. J Neurosci. 2006 Oct 04; 26(40):10315-26. PMID: 17021187; PMCID: PMC1806703.
  15. Keresztes G, Martemyanov KA, Krispel CM, Mutai H, Yoo PJ, Maison SF, Burns ME, Arshavsky VY, Heller S. Absence of the RGS9.Gbeta5 GTPase-activating complex in photoreceptors of the R9AP knockout mouse. J Biol Chem. 2004 Jan 16; 279(3):1581-4. PMID: 14625292.
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  16. Maison SF, Emeson RB, Adams JC, Luebke AE, Liberman MC. Loss of alpha CGRP reduces sound-evoked activity in the cochlear nerve. J Neurophysiol. 2003 Nov; 90(5):2941-9. PMID: 12904337.
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  17. Maison SF, Adams JC, Liberman MC. Olivocochlear innervation in the mouse: immunocytochemical maps, crossed versus uncrossed contributions, and transmitter colocalization. J Comp Neurol. 2003 Jan 13; 455(3):406-16. PMID: 12483691; PMCID: PMC1805785.
  18. Chays A, Maison S, Robaglia-Schlupp A, Cau P, Broder L, Magnan J. [Are we sectioning the cochlear efferent system during vestibular neurotomy?]. Rev Laryngol Otol Rhinol (Bord). 2003; 124(1):53-8. PMID: 12934443.
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  19. Maison SF, Luebke AE, Liberman MC, Zuo J. Efferent protection from acoustic injury is mediated via alpha9 nicotinic acetylcholine receptors on outer hair cells. J Neurosci. 2002 Dec 15; 22(24):10838-46. PMID: 12486177.
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  20. Maison S, Durrant J, Gallineau C, Micheyl C, Collet L. Delay and temporal integration in medial olivocochlear bundle activation in humans. Ear Hear. 2001 Feb; 22(1):65-74. PMID: 11271977.
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  21. Maison SF, Liberman MC. Predicting vulnerability to acoustic injury with a noninvasive assay of olivocochlear reflex strength. J Neurosci. 2000 Jun 15; 20(12):4701-7. PMID: 10844039.
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  22. Maison S, Micheyl C, Andéol G, Gallégo S, Collet L. Activation of medial olivocochlear efferent system in humans: influence of stimulus bandwidth. Hear Res. 2000 Feb; 140(1-2):111-25. PMID: 10675639.
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  23. Micheyl C, Maison S, Carlyon RP, Andéol G, Collet L. Contralateral suppression of transiently evoked otoacoustic emissions by harmonic complex tones in humans. J Acoust Soc Am. 1999 Jan; 105(1):293-305. PMID: 9921656.
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  24. Maison S, Micheyl C, Collet L. Contralateral frequency-modulated tones suppress transient-evoked otoacoustic emissions in humans. Hear Res. 1998 Mar; 117(1-2):114-8. PMID: 9557982.
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  25. Maison S, Micheyl C, Chays A, Collet L. Medial olivocochlear system stabilizes active cochlear micromechanical properties in humans. Hear Res. 1997 Nov; 113(1-2):89-98. PMID: 9387988.
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  26. Maison S, Micheyl C, Collet L. Medial olivocochlear efferent system in humans studied with amplitude-modulated tones. J Neurophysiol. 1997 Apr; 77(4):1759-68. PMID: 9114234.
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