We are pleased to announce that CILcare’s Chief Scientific Officer, Sylvie Pucheu, PhD, will be at the Children Tumour Foundation’s NF Conference in Philadelphia on June 19th to give a poster presentation on the ototoxic side effects of cancer and Covid-19...
For the second year in a row, CILcare will be sponsoring this event dedicated to inner ear therapeutics development to further act towards better treatments and innovation for those suffering from hearing disorders. Upcoming presentation: “Sensorineural Hearing...
CILcare is pleased to share the replay of the Translational Delivery Approaches for Inner Ear Therapies workshop organized with CBSET as part of the 45th ARO MidWinter Meeting. Chaired by Professor Peter Steyger, PhD, Director of the Translational Hearing Center at...
We are pleased to announce that CBSET and CILcare will be hosting a Continuing Education session entitled “Best Practices for Successfully Assessing Ototoxicity in Drug Development” on Sunday, March 27th, at 1:15 PM (PST). Hearing loss is a major global...
CILcare is pleased to share the replay of the Talking Tox Webinar that took place as part of ACT’s 42nd virtual annual meeting, featuring experts from the FDA, CILcare and CBSET Ototoxicity resulting in inner ear damage is a leading cause of acquired hearing...
We are excited to announce that CILcare has released a new publication entitled, “Impulse Noise Induced Hidden Hearing Loss, Hair Cell Ciliary Changes and Oxidative Stress in Mice”, in the journal Antioxidants, special issue “Oxidative Stress and...
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