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Dr. Howard W. Francis

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Professor and Vice Director

Phone: (410) ***-****  
Email: h***@***.edu
Local Address:  Baltimore , Maryland , United States
J. Hillis Miller Health Center
1600 SW Archer Road Room M 452 MSB
Gainesville , Florida 32610
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • M.D.
  • M.B.A.
36 Total References
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ES4P News Archives - Essential Seminars for Physicians, LLC.Essential Seminars for Physicians, LLC. [cached]
It is with pleasure that the Directors and Faculty of Essential Seminars for Physicians, LLC (ES4P) welcome Howard Francis, M.D., M.B.A. as our newest Advisory Board member. Dr. Francis is a Neurotologist at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He will provide ... Continue reading → :: Website for professional sound mixers, 22 Nov 2003 [cached]
About one-third of fliers feel ear pain or clogging due to changes in air pressure, according to Howard Francis, associate professor of otolaryngology at Johns Hopkins University.
Hearing Loss News and Articles: Devices help people with dual hearing loss, 30 Sept 2005 [cached]
"The notion has been that you want to implant the ear that is more alive, if you will -- the ear that has heard most recently and has had more hearing experience," says Dr. Howard Francis, a researcher at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.But using an implant in an ear with residual hearing makes that ear unavailable for use with a hearing aid.
"So why not put it in the ear that is deaf, and leave the one with residual hearing available for a hearing aid?"Francis says.
He and his colleagues decided to see whether this strategy would be just as effective as the traditional approach.
They studied 43 adults who were profoundly deaf in one year and had severe hearing loss in the other.Thirty-six had cochlear implants in their profoundly deaf ear, and they did just as well as patients who had the implants in their better-hearing ear.They also showed improvements in their ability to understand speech in a noisy environment.
In people who have been able to use their residual hearing ability via hearing aids, the brain appears to be able to use the artificial stimulation of a cochlear implant more effectively, Francis says.
Site Map, 12 Oct 2012 [cached]
Howard Francis - Candidate Statement
Johns Hopkins Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Our Faculty, 29 Aug 2012 [cached]
Howard W. Francis, M.D.
Howard W. Francis, M.D.
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