About Us

The University of Minnesota   Otopathology Laboratory has been under the direction of Dr. Michael Paparella  since 1971 ; The laboratory has   collected over 2000 human temporal bones representing most diseases and conditions of   the ear. It also houses temporal bones   from a variety of animal species including rat, mouse, guinea pig, chinchilla,   dolphin, owl, sheep, and dog. The laboratory has trained more than 120 research   fellows from 26 countries. Please see the   list of International Hearing Foundation (IHF) fellows .Over 200 studies of human temporal bones and   more than 50 experimental animal studies on a variety of subjects have been   published.

 

Meet Our Team

Michael M. Paparella, M.D.
Michael M. Paparella, M.D.Director
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Sebahattin Cureoglu ,M.D.
Sebahattin Cureoglu ,M.D.Co-Director
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Pat Schachern
Pat SchachernSr. Scientist
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Vladimir Tsuprun, Ph.D.
Vladimir Tsuprun, Ph.D.Technician
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Monika Schachern
Monika SchachernTechnician
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Monika Schachern
Monika SchachernTechnician
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