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)

Rusconi, P., Yeh, A., Lyerly, H.K., Lawson, J.H., and Sullenger B.: Blocking the Initiation of Coagulation by RNA Aptamars to Factor VIIa. Thrombosis and Heamostasis, 84(5):841-848, 2000.
(2000)

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)

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