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Our first-in-human clinical trial of the Labyrinth Devices MVI Vestibular Implant System (which is based on VNEL's Multichannel Vestibular Prosthesis technology) has been actively recruiting participants since the Spring of 2016. To learn more about the study, click here.

The CGF166 clinical trial of inner ear gene therapy is also actively recruiting subjects. To learn more about that study, click here

Regardless of whether you want to participate in a study, we welcome inquiries from individuals who are interested in our research. If you request, we will gladly add you to our list of people interested in receiving periodic updates about the research. To add your name and contact information to our e-newsletter list, please email Jamie Miles, Dr. Della Santina's medical office coordinator, at jmiles19@jhmi.edu.

For inquiries regarding patient care appointments, for physicians or audiologists referring new patients from medical offices, or other communications including confidential medical information about a prospective patient, please call Jamie Miles, Dr. Della Santina's medical office coordinator at 410-502-7909.

We welcome and sincerely appreciate financial and in-kind gifts from individuals and institutions who want to help accelerate progress in the Johns Hopkins Vestibular NeuroEngineering Lab.
While the VNELab successfully competes for NIH grant funds to support the majority of our research, private funding can have an immediate impact through giving us the flexibility to quickly direct support to innovative projects without delays inherent to the grant application process. We make every effort to maximize the return on such investments, by directing gifts to support specific, well-defined projects and the lab members driving them ahead.
If you are interested in supporting our work, please contact Donna Clare at (410) 955-0173, 
dclare2@jhmi.edu or here.  If you prefer to give to the VNELab through a quick and simple online site, please click here and enter "Other" and designate "VNEL/Della Santina Lab".

If you are interested in reading about options for bequests or other planned gifts, you can learn more about them here.

Inquiries about training opportunities, details of our research, media inquiries, and giving to the VNELab can also be directed to charley.dellasantina@jhu.edu