Founded in 2005, the UCL Ear Institute is a crucial partner of RNID and a major force in the ongoing search for new and better treatments that can change the lives of people with hearing loss and tinnitus.
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Investigating blood supply to the inner ear
Dr James Cartwright’s research aims to understand how changes to the blood supply affect hearing, and to identify drugs that could boost the inner ear’s blood supply when it fails.
Write your Will for free with RNID
RNID is partnered with two trusted Will-writing service providers – Guardian Angel and the National Free Wills Network. Whether online, by telephone or in person, they make the process as hassle-free as possible, and as a supporter of RNID we offer these services free of charge.
After struggling with tinnitus and hearing loss since 1975, Stephen became profoundly deaf in 2001 and received a cochlear implant in 2006. Stephen has left RNID a gift in his Will as he wants to support research into future hearing technology, ensuring that future generations can experience the soundtrack to life.