Outside of the office, Dr. Rellinger enjoys spending her free time hiking, painting, sewing, and playing the piano and guitar. She lives in Marietta with her husband, two daughters, and rescue dog.
Rellinger, E.A., & Ohlemiller, K.K. (2012). Eliminating Catalase Paradoxically Reduces Age- and Noise-Associated Threshold Elevation in C57BL/6 Mice. Association for Resarch in Otolaryngology, San Diego, CA. February 2012.
Barden, E. K., Rellinger, E. A., Ortmann, A. J., & Ohlemiller, K. K. (2012). Inheritance patterns of noise vulnerability and ‘protectability’ in (C57BL/6J x CBA/J) F1 hybrid mice. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 23(5),332-340.
Rellinger, Erin A., “Cochlear protein expression in kanamycin treated mice” (2011). Independent Studies and Capstones. Paper 619. Program in Audiology and Communication Sciences, Washington University School of Medicine. http://digitalcommons.wustl.edu/pacs_capstones/619
Ohlemiller, K. K., Rosen, A. D., Rellinger, E. A., Montgomery, S., & Gagnon, P. M. (2010). Different cellular and genetic basis of noise-related endocochlear potential reduction in CBA/J and BALB/cJ mice, Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, 12, 45-58.
Ohlemiller, K. K., Rybak Rice, M. E., Rellinger, E. A., Ortmann, A. J. (2010). Divergence of noise vulnerability in cochleae of young CBA/J and CBA/CaJ mice. Hearing Research, 272, 13-20.
Rellinger, E., Ohlemiller, K., & Gagnon, P. Unexpected Protection by Removal of the Major Antioxidant Enzyme Catalase. American Auditory Society, Scottsdale, AZ. March 2010.