Image from the cover: March 2009.

Image: Frog amphibian papilla stained for myosin VI (green) and otoferlin (red) - Quiñones et al., 2012

Image from the Cover: August 2015.

Image from the Cover: February 2013.

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Image: Anuran inner ear structures from Xenopus laevis, Rana pipiens, Eleutherodactylus limbatus - Mason et al., 2015

Image from the Cover: June 2015.

Image from the Cover: August 2012.

Image from the Cover: February 2018.

Image: Utricular otoconia from wild-type mice - Boyle et al., 2021.

Image: Temporal bone whole-mount from a PLP/CreERT::ROSA26-LacZ mouse - Gómez-Casati et al., 2010.

Image: Isolated guinea pig OHC - Hallworth et al., 2007

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Welcome to the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology!

JARO is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes research topics in relation to the content of the Annual ARO Mid-Winter Meeting with a focus on the auditory and vestibular systems.


Since its inception, JARO has gone from 4 issues per year to 6, and has published over 1000 papers. Dr. Ruth Anne Eatock (now at the University of Chicago) took over the editorship in 2006, and Dr. Paul Manis (the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) has been the Editor since 2011. It is now time to introduce the next Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Christopher R. Cederroth (Karolinska Institutet), who took the helm on May 15, 2022.


Current Advances in Adeno-Associated Virus-Mediated Gene Therapy to Prevent Acquired Hearing Loss

Wu F., Sambamurti K., Sha S. et al. JARO - in press (2022).

Harnessing the Power of Artificial Intelligence in Otolaryngology and the Communication Sciences.

Wilson, B.S., Tucci, D.L., Moses, D.A. et al. JARO 23, 319–349 (2022).

Whistling While it Works: Spontaneous Otoacoustic Emissions and the Cochlear Amplifier.

Shera, C.A. JARO 23, 17–25 (2022).

Cochlear Immune Response in Presbyacusis: a Focus on Dysregulation of Macrophage Activity.

Noble, K., Brown, L., Elvis, P. et al. JARO 23, 1–16 (2022). 

The Role of Temporal Fine Structure Processing in Pitch Perception, Masking, and Speech Perception for Normal-Hearing and Hearing-Impaired People.

Moore, B.C.J. JARO 9, 399–406 (2008).