Michael J Lyon, PhD
- Associate Professor of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences
Research Programs and Affiliations
- Neuroscience Program
- Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences
- Research Pillars
Education & Fellowships
- Research Associate: NIMH
- PhD: SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse, 1986
- Age-related changes in the laryngeal muscles and vocal folds.
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Lyon, M.J. and R.N. Payman (2000) Comparison of the vascular innervation of the rat cochlea and vestibular system. Hearing Res. 141:189-198.
Lyon, M.J. (2000) Nonadrenergic innervation of the rat laryngeal vascular supply. Anat. Rec. 259:180-188.
Lyon, M.J. and R.C. Jensen (2001) Quantitative Analysis of Rat Inner Ear Blood Flow Using the Iodo[14C]antipyrine Technique. Hearing Res. 153:164-173.
Lyon, M.J. and J.R. Davis (2002) Age-related Blood Flow and Capillary Changes in the Rat Utricular Macula: A Quantitative Stereological and Microsphere Study. JARO 3:167-173.
Lyon, M.J. and J. Barkmeier-Kraemer (2004) Chapter 4: Vascular Supply of the Larynx; 69-108. In: Vocal Rehabilitation in Medical Speech-Language Pathology. Eds: Sapienza, C. and Casper, J. Publisher: Pro-Ed Inc, Austin TX.
Lyon, M.J., L.Steer, and L.T. Malmgren (2007) Stereological Estimates Indicate That Aging Does Not Alter the Capillary Length Density in the Human Posterior Cricoarytenoid Muscle. J Appl Physiol 103(5):1815-23.
Van Deusen, M.B. and M.J. Lyon (2008) Connexins within the Rat Larynx. Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 139:823-28.
Gacek, R.R. and M.J. Lyon (2009) Evidence of a gustatory-vestibular pathway for protein transport. Otol Neurotol. http://dx.doi.org/10.1097/MAO.0b013e3181ca8711
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