Dr. Hilton's primary clinical specialty is the surgical treatment of chronic ear disease, and lateral skull based tumors. His current research is in developing a cell culture model of Cholesteatoma Keratinocytes for investigation of behavior and novel treatment options for chronic ear disease.
Hilton, C.; Levine, S.; Ondrey, F. Investigation of the Behavior of Cholesteatoma in Cell Culture, 2008.
Hilton, C.; Wiedmann, T.; Rimell, F. Differential Deposition of Aerosols in the Maxillary Sinus of Human Cadavers by Particle Size.
Hilton, C.; Huang, T. Age-Related Hearing Loss. Geriatrics and Aging 2008; 11(9):522-524.
Shinners, M.; Hilton, C.; Levine, S.. Implantable Hearing Devices. Current Opinion in Otolaryngology & Head and Neck Surgery 2008; 16:416-419.
Hilton, C.; Wiedmann, T.; St Martin, M.; Humphrey, B.; Schleiffarth, R.; Rimell, F. Differential Deposition of Aerosols in the Maxillary Sinus of Human Cadavers by Particle Size. American Journal of Rhinology 2008; 22(4):395-8.
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
University of Minnesota
Neurotology: University of Minnesota 2010
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