Jason (Long) Lu, PhD

A recent article in ENT Today profiles the use of computational modeling in the field of otolaryngology. It features work by Jason Lu, PhD, who has studied the use of informatics to increase the success of cochlear implants for children with hearing loss. According to the article, “Early research indicates that studying this type of modeling may have a large impact on otolaryngology surgery at all stages.” Computational modeling involves the use of computers to build a model of a plan or procedure to find ways to improve outcomes. Read the full story, or see details on Jason Lu’s work.

Use of Computational Modeling for Otolaryngology
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