Dewey T. Lawson

Adjunct Professor

Office: 
184 Physics, Durham, NC 27701
Campus Box: 
90305
Phone: 
(919) 688-3249
Fax: 
919-660-2525

Details

Multicenter U.S. Bilateral MED-EL Cochlear Implantation Study: Speech Perception over the First Year of Use.
Ear Hear (2007)

Multicenter U.S. Bilateral MED-EL Cochlear Implantation Study: Speech Perception over the First Year of Use.
Ear Hear (2007)

Two new directions in speech processor design for cochlear implants.
Ear and hearing, United States (2005)

Cochlear implants: some likely next steps.
Annual review of biomedical engineering, United States (2003)

Cochlear implants: Some likely next steps
Annual Review Of Biomedical Engineering (2003)

Lawson, J.H., Cintron, J., Grossman, P.H., Katkhouda, N., Levitsky, S., Superina, R.A., Emerging Technologies in Surgical Wound Management. Surgical Rounds, pp 2-11, 2000
(2000)

Paulson, E.K., Neal, M.C, Stephenson, R.G., and Lawson, J.H.: Use of Fibrin Sealant as a Hemostatic Agent after Liver Biopsy in Swine. Journal of Vascular Interventional Radiology, V11, No.7, 905-911, 2000.
(2000)

Lawson, J.H., and Anderson, R.W., Rypin Intensive Reviews: Surgery. Clinical Sciences Review, 18th edition, Lippincott - Raven, 2000
(2000)

Acoustics has been the common thread connecting Prof. Lawson's various research interests, which have included phonon scattering in solid helium-4, zero sound propagation in normal and superfluid phases of liquid helium-3, restoration of human hearing through direct electrical stimulation of the inner ear and brainstem, the psychophysics of music perception, and musical and architectural acoustics.

Education:
Ph.D. - Duke University