Dr. Grant D. Searchfield
Chair Organizing Committee
Places to visit in Auckland
during Tinnitus Research Initiative Conference 2014
BMBS COST Action BM1306|
TINNET - Better Understanding the Heterogeneity of Tinnitus to Improve and Develop New Treatments
|The proposal “Better Understanding the Heterogeneity of Tinnitus to Improve and Develop New Treatments – TINNET” has been approved by the COST Committee of Senior Officials. This project will help to improve our knowledge about tinnitus, the treatment of the tinnitus patients and increases the already fruitful cooperation among tinnitus researches in Europe any further.
We are now inviting tinnitus researchers from as many european countries as possible to participate in the project. Read more, how to participate.
Nature Biotechnology (November 2013)
TINNITUS RESEARCH INITIATIVE IN NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY
In the recent issue of Nature Biotechnology Christopher Cederroth et al. highlight the discrepancy between the high socioeconomic relevance of tinnitus and the very limited amount of public funding. The Tinnitus Research Initative is mentioned as an example how private donors try to approach this neglected field in order to attract the industry and public funding.
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH COORDINATOR AT TRI
We are very pleased to introduce Dr. Winfried Schlee as the new Scientific Research Coordinator of the Tinnitus Research Initiative Foundation.
Job Offer (November 04, 2013)
at the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
The Lab for Auditory & Integrative Neuroscience at the School of Behavioral and Brain Science, The University of Texas at Dallas seeks to fill in Postdoctoral Research positions in Neurosciences and Communication Disorders with a focus on auditory perception and disorders. More details can be found at the Lab for Auditory & Integrative Neuroscience or contact Professor Sven Vanneste (email@example.com).
TINNITUS-TOPICS IN "THE LANCET" AND "THE LANCET NEUROLOGY"
Two Review articles about tinnitus appeared in recent editions of the "Lancet" and the "Lancet Neurology":
- Baguley D, McFerran D, Hall D. (2013) Tinnitus. Lancet. Jul 1. pii: S0140-6736(13)60142-7. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(13)60142-7. [Epub ahead of print].
- Langguth B, Kreuzer PM, Kleinjung T, De Ridder D. (2013) Tinnitus: causes and clinical management. Lancet Neurol. Sep;12(9):920-30. doi: 10.1016/S1474-4422(13)70160-1.
TRI2013 - 7th INTERNATIONAL TRI CONFERENCE ON TINNITUS
Tinnitus: A Treatable Disease
May 15 - 18, 2013, Valencia (Spain)
The fascinating city of Valencia with its long historic tradition fused with its futuristic physiognomy, represented a unique venue for this year's TRI meeting. Inspired by Santiago Calatrava´s architecture, the meeting started with a dream: The dream to cure tinnitus. And the dream-state itself is proof of principle that this is achievable. The vast majority of tinnitus patients have no tinnitus, when they dream. Thus, identifying the neuronal difference between dream states and wakefulness may provide a hint in the search for efficient targets to cure tinnitus... read more
Abstract Book (PDF)
TEXTBOOK OF TINNITUS
At the Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience the "Textbook of Tinnitus" has been presented.
Initiated and edited by Aage Møller, Berthold Langguth, Tobias Kleinjung and Dirk de Ridder and authored by over 100 tinnitus experts this new comprehensive textbook covers in 96 chapters the diagnosis and the therapy of tinnitus.
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Interview of the American Academy of Audiology with Aage R. Møller, PhD
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