Jay Goldberg, PhD, pioneer in understanding the vestibular system

Jay Goldberg, PhD, professor emeritus in the Department of Pharmacology and Physiological Sciences at the University of Chicago and a pioneer in understanding the vestibular system, died on Monday, June 17, 2019, from liver disease. He was 83 years old.

Raising a building: raising Neurotology

Things do not create themselves, a book does not write itself and a building does not construct itself. Medicine, science, knowledge and society itself are the byproduct of several contributors and various situations, just as the building of a building.
The history of vestibular research is a story of many people, from many countries, with different backgrounds, that contributed to build Neuro-otology.

Robert Bárány: Observe and demostrate

There are people who are fighters since childhood, and that fighter character is maintained throughout his life. These people can show this character in several ways, some more obvious and visible to the rest of society and others, more discreet, in the form of determination and enthusiasm to overcome obstacles of all kinds.

XXXI Bárány Society Meeting: this prestigious event will take place for the first time in Madrid, Spain, on September 6th-9th, 2020. The Congress will focus on major breakthroughs and advances in Vestibular Medicine. Some of these goals will be accomplished during the satellite meeting on Vestibular Science in the city of Granada (September 4th-5th, 2020), before the main meeting

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