26307-Munguia-Vazquez, Ray
Faculty

Ray Munguia-Vazquez, MD, PhD

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery

Phone 765-496-6008
Address
715 Clinic Drive
Suite 2030

West Lafayette, IN 47907

Bio

I am a clinical assistant professor of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at IU School of Medicine-West Lafayette and in the Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences department at Purdue University. Since January 2013, I have taught courses in advanced electrophysiology, auditory and vestibular pathology, research, and medical audiology.

As part of my role as the Director for Scholarly Concentrations & Enrichment opportunities at West Lafayette, I am always looking for ways to enhance our medical education by connecting our students with other departments, offering them unique experiences to each and every one of them.

My interest comes from the fact I have experienced, firsthand, the different types of collaborations that can exist between schools and departments, and, because I understand the importance of developing well-trained, clinician-scientists for the benefit of the different populations that form our community.

 

Scholarly Concentrations

Care of Hispanic/Latino Patients Scholarly Concentration

Biomedical Engineering and Applied Medical Technology Scholarly Concentration

 

Purdue University

http://www.purdue.edu/hhs/slhs/directory/faculty/munguia-vazquez_raymundo.html

http://www.purdue.edu/discoverypark/pillars/integrative-neuroscience-center/faculty/index.php

https://www.purdue.edu/hhs/cerebbral/directory/members.html

Key Publications

1.    Guakil-Haber, A., González-Arciniega, E., García-Enríquez, B., Olvera-Suarez, M.Y., Segovia-Forero, M.E., Munguia, R.(2019).Diffuse large B-cell Non-Hodgkin lymphoma of the ear with intracranial invasion: Clinical Experience.Int J Otorhinolaryngol Head Neck Surg, 5(1):193-198.
 
2.    Pinkl, J., Wilson, M.J., Billingsly, D., Munguia, R.(2017). Detailed Analysis of High Frequency ABRs in Patients with Tinnitus.International Tinnitus Journal, 21(1):34-42.
 
3.   Munguia, R.(2014). Auditory Processing Disorders: Earlier Diagnosis Possible? Communication Disorders Deaf Studies & Hearing Aids, 2(1), e110.
 
4.   Eggermont, J. J., Munguia, R., & Shaw, G.(2013). Cross-correlations between three units in cat primary auditory cortex. Hearing Research, 304, 179-187.
 
5.    Munguia, R., Pienkowski, M., & Eggermont, J. J. (2013). Spontaneous firing rate changes in cat primary auditory cortex following long-term exposure to non-traumatic noise exposure. Tinnitus without hearing loss? Neuroscience Letters, 546, 46-50. 
 
6.  Pienkowski, M., Munguia, R., & Eggermont, J. J. (2013). Effects of passive, moderate-level sound exposure on the mature auditory cortex: Spectral edges, spectrotemporal density, and real-world noise. Hearing Research, 296(1), 121-130.
 
7.  Eggermont, J. J., Munguia, R., Pienkowski, M., & Shaw, G.(2011). Comparison of LFP-based and spike-based spectro-temporal receptive fields and cross-correlation in cat primary auditory cortex. PLoS ONE, 6(5), e20046. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0020046.
 
8.  Pienkowski, M., Munguia, R., & Eggermont, J. J. (2011). Passive exposure of adult cats to bandlimited tone pip ensembles or noise leads to long-term response suppression in auditory cortex.Hearing Research, 277, 117-126.
 
9.     Munguia, R., Daniel, S. J., Sahmkow, S., & Funnell, W. R. J. (2010). Transtympanic Ringer’s lactate application in the prevention of cisplatinum-induced ototoxicity in a chinchilla animal model. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery,143(1), 134-140.
 
10.  Daniel, S. J., & Munguia R. (2008). Ototoxicity of topical ciprofloxacin/dexamethasone otic suspension in a chinchilla animal model. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 139(6), 840-845.
 
11.  Munguia, R., & Daniel, S. J. (2008). Ototopical antifungals and otomycosis: a review. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 72(4), 453-459.
 
12.  Daniel, S. J., Sahmkow, S., Munguia, R., & Akache, F. (2008). Effect of triethanolamine polypeptide oleate condensate 10% (Cerumenex®) on hearing in a chinchilla ear model. Laryngoscope, 118(3), 478-482.

Titles & Appointments

  • Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery
  • Director Scholarly Concentrations &amp
  • Enrichment Opportunities, IU School of Medicine-West Lafayette
  • Education
    2012 FEL University of Calgary
    2010 PhD McGill University
    2006 MSC McGill University
    2001 MD Autonomous University of Mexico State
    1996 BSC Autonomous University of Mexico State
  • Research

    Academic/Research Interests

    - Auditory Cortex plasticity and to understand how the central nervous system adapts and responds to a diverse array of disorders; i.e. central Auditory Processing Disorders (cAPD), tinnitus, sensorineural hearing loss, and/or mild traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI).

    - How to identify and diagnose patients with normal audiograms but abnormal supra-threshold hearing; i.e. poor speech reception in noise, and possible contributing factors for this phenomenon. (“hidden hearing loss”)

  • Professional Organizations
    Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO)
    Association of American Medical Colleges
    Central Group on Educational Affairs
  • Clinical Interests

    Otology, Neurotology, Tinnitus, Ototoxicity, & Auditory Cortex Plasticity

     

     

     

     

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