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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 at the TINNET website.

NBTIn 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.

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Winfried SchleeWe are very pleased to introduce Dr. Winfried Schlee as the new Scientific Research Coordinator of the Tinnitus Research Initiative Foundation.

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.

The articles in these renowned journals reflect both the relevance of tinnitus as a health and research topic, and the increasing quality of basic and clinical tinnitus research during the last years.

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