Dear Friends and Colleagues    

It is a great pleasure to invite you to the 11th Tinnitus Research Initiative (TRI) Meeting and TINNET conference, taking place from March 14th to 16th, 2018 in Regensburg, Germany.

We are witnessing a time period in tinnitus research with rapid developments of basic research, new clinical strategies for tinnitus treatment and enormous growth in technical innovations. Both public funding and industrial investments for tinnitus research have largely increased during the last few years. This development is also accompanied by raising awareness for tinnitus in society and increased attention of public and social media.

The conference entitled "Disruptive Innovations in Tinnitus" will give you a great opportunity to learn about the details of major breakthroughs in tinnitus. It will be a platform for knowledge-sharing, high-level scientific exchange, and inter-disciplinary networking for scientists, clinicians and technicians.

Looking forward to meeting you at the 11th TRI meeting in Regensburg in 2018.

The TRI/TINNET conference team

 

Postersession I Wednesday, March 14, 2018

TOPIC: EPIDEMIOLOGY

156

Identifying Non-otologic Risk Factors for Tinnitus: A Systematic Review

Jens Debacker, Ann Deklerck, Hannah Keppler, Ingeborg Dhooge

185

The Incidence of Tinnitus and Prediction of Tinnitus Harm

Inge Stegeman, Diane {A.L.} Smit

217

The Swedish Tinnitus Outreach Project - An Update

Niklas Karl Edvall, Jonathon P. Whitton, Leslie A. Shinobu, Barbara Canlon, Christopher Cederroth

TOPIC: DIAGNOSTICS

223

When MRI should be Recommended for Tinnitus Patients?

Dong-Hee Lee

TOPIC: Auditive Stimulation, incl Hearing aids & cochlear implants

122

Chronic Subjective Tinnitus Therapy using Tailor-made Notched Music Training

Mingfang Diao, Ruru Tian, Jianjun Sun

154

Safe and Effective Tinnitus Treatment by Non-invasive Electric Stimulation: Characterizing the Effect of Electrode Montages, Sites, and Stimulation Parameters on Auditory Perception

Fan-Gang Zeng, Phillip Tran, Matthew Richardson, Shuping Sun, Yuchen Xu, Harrison Lin, Hamid Djalilian

213

Evaluation of Affective Sounds by Tinnitus Patients

Petteri Hyvärinen, Annett Szibor, Jarmo Lehtimäki, Jukka Ylikoski, Antti Mäkitie, Antti A. Aarnisalo

214

10 Years Tinnitusproject at THI

Josef Pöppel

216

Hearing Aid Impact on Chronic Tinnitus Patients measured by Resting State PET-FDG

Patricia Simonetti, Laura Vasconcelos, Carla Ono, Fatima Husein, Jeanne Oiticia

234

Considering Psychoacoustic Parameters Contribution is Sufficient in Predicting Gain Preference

Iman Ghodrati Toostani, Hamid Jalilvand, A.C.B. Delbem, Zahra Vaziri, C.G.C. Barros, M.A. Hyppolito

Topic: Brain Stimulation

133

Effects of Electrical Stimulation in Tinnitus Patients: A Comparison between t-DCS with Two Different Electrode Placements and HD t-DCS

Laure Jacquemin, Annick Gilles, Griet Mertens, Erik Fransen, Julie Moyaert, Paul Van de Heyning

153

Event-Related Potentials before and after HD tDCS in Tinnitus Patients

Laure Jacquemin, Annick Gilles, Paul Van de Heyning

167

The Adjunctive Role of Bifrontal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Patients with Severe Tinnitus Distress

Ho Yun Lee

176

Conflicting Results: A Literature Review of Parameters utilized by Previous rTMS Research in Tinnitus

Stefan Schoisswohl, Winfried Schlee, Berthold Langguth, Martin Schecklmann

TOPIC: Clinical research methodology

142

A Review of the Current Frameworks for Subtyping Tinnitus – Synthesizing Evidence Towards a Global Consensus

Eleni Genitsaridi, Theodore Kypraios, Derek J. Hoare, Deborah A. Hall

164

The Client Orientated Scale of Improvement in Tinnitus (COSIT)

Grant Donald Searchfield

240

Tinnitus and Hearing Survey: A Polish Study of Validity and Reliability

Danuta Raj Koziak, Joanna Rajchel, Adam Piłka, Henryk Skarzynski, Piotr H. Skarzynski

241

Visual Analogue Scales as a Tool for Assessment of the Tinnitus: Psychometric Evaluation in a Clinical Population

Danuta Raj Koziak, Elżbieta Gos, Weronika Świerniak, Lucyna Karpiesz, Iwona Niedziałek, Joanna Rajchel, Henryk Skarzynski, Piotr Skarzynski

 

Poster Session II Thursday, March 15, 2018

TOPIC: Imaging

107

Resting-state Functional Connectivity Density Mapping of Etiology Confirmed Unilateral Pulsatile Tinnitus Patients: Altered Functional Hubs in the Early Stage of Disease

Han Lv, Pengfei Zhao, Peng Zhang, Zheng Wang, Heyu Ding, Xuehuan Liu, Yuchen Chen, Shusheng Gong, Zhenchang Wang

109

Altered Effective Connectivity Network of the Limbic System in Chronic Tinnitus

Yu-Chen Chen, Fan Bo, Xindao Yin

110

Aberrant Resting-state Cerebellar-cerebral Functional Connectivity Underlying Chronic Tinnitus

Yu-Chen Chen, Fan Bo, Xindao Yin

202

Replicability of Resting State Networks in Tinnitus Patients

Sara Ann Schmidt, Fatima T. Husain, Benjamin Zimmerman, Rafay Khan, Yihsin Thai, Carlos Esquivel, Charla Levy, Pedro Ramos, Elsa Camou, Paul Sherman

204

Morphometric and Functional Changes in the Auditory Brain in Patients with Presbycusis and Tinnitus

Oliver Profant, Jaroslav Tintěra, Antonín Škoch, Josef Syka

TOPIC: Electrophysiology

116

Empirical Mode Decomposition of the Auditory Brainstem Response as Objective Tool for Tinnitus Assessment

Pedro Cobo, María Cuesta, Natalia Rybalko, Jiří Popelář, Pavel Mistrik

117

Tinnitus and Normal Hearing: the Role of Central Inhibition

Julia Dee Campbell, Connor Bean, Alison LaBrec

148

Looking for Differences in the Auditory Brainstem Response of Tinnitus and Non-tinnitus Subjects: Preliminary Results in Humans

PEDRO COBO, Maria Cuesta

174

Steady-state Auditory Evoked Fields in Normal Subjects and Tinnitus Patients

David Chen-Yin Wu, Lieber Po‑Hung Li, Po‑Lei Lee, An‑Suey Shiao

198

Event Related Potentials as a Possible Tool to Objectively Measure the Effects of Tinnitus Treatment: Preliminary Data

Andréia Aparecida Azevedo, Ricardo Rodrigues Figueiredo, Norma de Oliveira Penido

topic: Behavioral Therapy

121

The Use of a Small Manual as a Therapeutic Approach to Tinnitus Patients: Some Results

Antonio Vasco Oliveira, Rute Meneses, Nuno Trigueiros

168

Neuro-Music Therapy Restores Resting-State Network in Tinnitus Patients

Heike Argstatter, Christoph M. Krick

224

SLS, STS, and SCS : Three Important Dimensions in Tinnitus-Retraining

Christian Hellweg, Gabriele Lux-Wellenhof

226

Tinnitus Retraining Therapy: a Three Year Follow up

Christian Hellweg, Gabriele Lux-Wellenhof

233

A Novel Treatment Protocol for the Management of Tinnitus through Multimodality Brain Stimulation

Prajakta Patil

Topic: Specific Forms of Tinnitus

143

Poor Speech Recognition in Idiopathic Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Implication of the Relationship to Cochlear Migraine

Yuan-Chieh Chang, Juen-Haur Hwang, Tien-Chen Liu, Jen-Tsung Lai

155

The Connection Between Listening Effort and Quality of Life in Patients with Chronic Tinnitus and Vestibular Disorders

Sofie Degeest, Ann Deklerck, Hannah Keppler, Ingeborg Dhooge, Leen Maes

177

Clinical and Demographic Description of Tinnitus’s Characteristics on Patients with Endolymphatic Hydrops and Defined Vestibular Migraine at Hospital Británico 2013- 2016 : Retrospective study

Ana Carolina Binetti, Melissa Castillo-Bustamante, Andrea Varela, Maria Andreia Ricardo

200

Arterial Hypotension in Meniere´s Syndrome

Dario Isaac Roitman

247

On the “Tinnitus Gestalt”: How the Characteristics of the Tinnitus Phantom Sound Influence the Perceived Tinnitus Distress

Małgorzata Wrzosek1, Winfried Schlee2,3, Jan Bulla4

An Evaluation of Paediatric Tinnitus Services in the UK

Harriet Smith, Kathryn Fackrell, Johanna Barry, Veronica Kennedy Emily Broomhead, Derek Hoare

topic: Hyperacusis / Misophonia

135

Evaluation of Selective Attention in Patients with Misophonia.

Tanit Ganz Sanchez, Fúlvia Eduarda Silva

136

Familial Misophonia or Selective Sound Sensitivity Syndrome: Evidence for Autosomal Dominant Inheritance?

Tanit Ganz Sanchez, Fulvia Eduarda Silva

228

Misophonia and Tinnitus: Similar Underlying Mechanisms Lead to Similar Treatment Strategies

Christian Hellweg, Gabriele Lux-Wellenhof

 

Poster Session III, Friday, March 16, 2018

topic: Pathophysiology

100

Predictive-brain mechanisms of phantom perception pathology

Jeffrey Hullfish, Ian Abenes, Silvia Kovacs, Stefan Sunaert, Dirk De Ridder, Sven Vanneste

102

Distress-dependent Temporal Binding of Regions Encoding Disorder-specific and Disorder-general Behavioral Manifestations of Phantom Percepts

Anusha Mohan, Dirk De Ridder, Sven Vanneste

131

5-HTTLPR Polymorphism affects Sleep Quality and Autonomic Function among Chronic Subjective Tinnitus Patients

Jiunn-Liang Wu, Cheng-Yu Lin, Chii-Yuan Huang

145

Relationship between Tinnitus and Hearing Loss – Taking Presbycusis as an Example

Chun-Ting Chen, Jen-Tsung Lai, Ming-Wei Huang, Juen-Haur Hwang, Shang-Chi Yang

152

Tinnitus and REM Sleep Incompatibility – A Pathophysiological Milestone for Unraveling Functional Neural Networks Overlap

Tijana Bojić, Zoran Matić, Stefan Mandić-Rajčević, Mirjana Platiša, Aleksandar Kalauzi

165

Tinnitus and Stress

Asma Ali K. Elarbed, Kathryn Fackrell, David M. Baguley, Derek J. Hoare

169

Tinnitus: Hearing, Seeing, Ageing and Sampling - Can they all be Connected?

Peter James Hampton

199

Neuroinflammatory Responses in Choroid Plexus and Dorsal Cochlear Nuclei after Unilateral Cochlear Damage

Paola Perin, Alessandro Venturino, Marta Ceccarini, Alessandra Centineo, Roberto Pizzala

206

The Distribution of Cell and Neurotransmitter Markers in the Auditory Cortex of Rats in a Tinnitus Model

Hannah Maxwell, Jennifer Schofield, Martine Hamann, Bas Olthof, Charles Large, Mark Cunningham, Sasha Gartside, Adrian Rees

Topic: Pharmacotherapy

151

Novel in Silico Insights for Potential Treatment of Chronic Tinnitus Distress - Combined Therapy of Glutamate Receptor Antagonists with Creatine Supplementation

Tijana Bojić, Vladimir R Perović, Milan Senćanski, Sanja Glišić

197

An Open Pilot Study to Evaluate Efficacy and Safety of Olanzapine to Treat Tinnitus

Ricardo Rodrigues Figueiredo, Andréia Aparecida Azevedo, Winfried Schlee, Norma de Oliveira Penido

topic: Holistic

170

Tinnitus Alleviation Therapy for the Practioner and as an Online Course

Maria Holl

244

Can a Steady State Coherent Biomodulator Relief Tinnitus and Be Safe? A Summary of the Clinical Study Program Performed.

Peter Åhnblad

topic: Others

163

Impact of Oxidative Stress Metabolism and Imbalance of Ca/Mg, Ca/P, K/Na Index Ratios in Perception of Tinnitus and Other Inner Ear Disorders

Joaquin Prosper, Alfonso Escobar

205

ARC Synaptic Adaptation Therapy a New Treatment for the Tinnitus

Adam Pabiś, Artur Bogacz

227

A Truly Disruptive Innovation in Tinnitus: The German Tinnitus-Guidelines

Christian Hellweg, Gabriele Lux-Wellenhof

topic: Psychological Factors

127

Systematic Evaluation of a Cognitive Model of Tinnitus Distress using Path Analysis

Lucy Handscomb, Derek Hoare, Deborah Hall, Gillian Shorter

129

The Necessity of Control Groups with Psychiatric Disorders in Tinnitus Research

Daniela Ivansic, Julia Gantner, Bianca Besteher, Igor Nenadic, Christo Pantev, Orlando Guntinas-Lichius, Christian Dobel

183

Tinnitus Burden and Coping

Diane {A.L.} Smit, Inge Stegeman

184

Tinnitus and Mental Health

Diane {A.L.} Smit, Inge Stegeman

236

The Contribution of Tinnitus Negative Valence in Sleep-threat Development

Zahrasadat Vazirikangolya, Iman Ghodrati Toostani, Mohammad Nami, A.C.B. Delbem, J.P. Leite

 

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TOPIC: EPIDEMIOLOGY

156

Identifying Non-otologic Risk Factors for Tinnitus: A Systematic Review

Jens Debacker, Ann Deklerck, Hannah Keppler, Ingeborg Dhooge

185

The Incidence of Tinnitus and Prediction of Tinnitus Harm

Inge Stegeman, Diane {A.L.} Smit

217

The Swedish Tinnitus Outreach Project - An Update

Niklas Karl Edvall, Jonathon P. Whitton, Leslie A. Shinobu, Barbara Canlon, Christopher Cederroth

TOPIC: DIAGNOSTICS

223

When MRI should be Recommended for Tinnitus Patients?

Dong-Hee Lee

TOPIC: Auditive Stimulation, incl Hearing aids & cochlear implants

122

Chronic Subjective Tinnitus Therapy using Tailor-made Notched Music Training

Mingfang Diao, Ruru Tian, Jianjun Sun

154

Safe and Effective Tinnitus Treatment by Non-invasive Electric Stimulation: Characterizing the Effect of Electrode Montages, Sites, and Stimulation Parameters on Auditory Perception

Fan-Gang Zeng, Phillip Tran, Matthew Richardson, Shuping Sun, Yuchen Xu, Harrison Lin, Hamid Djalilian

213

Evaluation of Affective Sounds by Tinnitus Patients

Petteri Hyvärinen, Annett Szibor, Jarmo Lehtimäki, Jukka Ylikoski, Antti Mäkitie, Antti A. Aarnisalo

214

10 Years Tinnitusproject at THI

Josef Pöppel

216

Hearing Aid Impact on Chronic Tinnitus Patients measured by Resting State PET-FDG

Patricia Simonetti, Laura Vasconcelos, Carla Ono, Fatima Husein, Jeanne Oiticia

234

Considering Psychoacoustic Parameters Contribution is Sufficient in Predicting Gain Preference

Iman Ghodrati Toostani, Hamid Jalilvand, A.C.B. Delbem, Zahra Vaziri, C.G.C. Barros, M.A. Hyppolito

Topic: Brain Stimulation

133

Effects of Electrical Stimulation in Tinnitus Patients: A Comparison between t-DCS with Two Different Electrode Placements and HD t-DCS

Laure Jacquemin, Annick Gilles, Griet Mertens, Erik Fransen, Julie Moyaert, Paul Van de Heyning

153

Event-Related Potentials before and after HD tDCS in Tinnitus Patients

Laure Jacquemin, Annick Gilles, Paul Van de Heyning

167

The Adjunctive Role of Bifrontal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation in Patients with Severe Tinnitus Distress

Ho Yun Lee

176

Conflicting Results: A Literature Review of Parameters utilized by Previous rTMS Research in Tinnitus

Stefan Schoisswohl, Winfried Schlee, Berthold Langguth, Martin Schecklmann

TOPIC: Clinical research methodology

142

A Review of the Current Frameworks for Subtyping Tinnitus – Synthesizing Evidence Towards a Global Consensus

Eleni Genitsaridi, Theodore Kypraios, Derek J. Hoare, Deborah A. Hall

164

The Client Orientated Scale of Improvement in Tinnitus (COSIT)

Grant Donald Searchfield

240

Tinnitus and Hearing Survey: A Polish Study of Validity and Reliability

Danuta Raj Koziak, Joanna Rajchel, Adam Piłka, Henryk Skarzynski, Piotr H. Skarzynski

241

Visual Analogue Scales as a Tool for Assessment of the Tinnitus: Psychometric Evaluation in a Clinical Population

Danuta Raj Koziak, Elżbieta Gos, Weronika Świerniak, Lucyna Karpiesz, Iwona Niedziałek, Joanna Rajchel, Henryk Skarzynski, Piotr Skarzynski

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Wednesday, March 14

08:00 – 09:00

Welcome Desk and Registration

09:00 – 10:00

Opening Ceremony

10:00 – 10:30

KEYNOTE I

Prof. Dr. Tobias Kleinjung

Can Cochlear Implants be a Cure for Tinnitus?

Chair: Prof. Dr. Berthold Langguth

10:30 – 11:00

COFFEE BREAK

11:00 – 12:30

Session I

New Approaches in Neuromodulation for Treating Tinnitus

Chairs: PD Dr. Martin Schecklmann /
Dr. Marzena Mielczarek

105 Tyler, Richard S
193 Schecklmann, Martin
235 Mielczarek, Marzena
189 Güntensperger, Dominik
238 GhodratiToostani, Iman

Session II

Tinnitus Animal Models

Chairs: Prof. Dr. Holger Schulze /
Prof. Dr. Birgit Mazurek

112 Tziridis, Konstantin
150 Schilling, Achim
201 Rogenmoser, Lars
212 Kristaponyte, Inga
219 Cunningham, Mark O

12:30 – 13:15

LUNCH


13:15 – 14:00

Poster session I

14:00 – 14:30

KEYNOTE II

Dr. Hubert Lim

Non-invasive and Integrative Neuromodulation Approaches Towards Treating Tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Dr. Dirk de Ridder

14:30 – 15:45

Session III

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Treating Tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Dr. Rilana Cima

104 Nolan, Daniele R

115 Marks, Elizabeth

124 Fuller, Thomas E

158 Fuller, Thomas E

260 Cima, Rilana F.F.

Session IV

Cortical Tinnitus Networks

Chairs: Prof. Dr. Josef Rauschecker

108 Chen, Yu-Chen

157 Deklerck, Ann

187 Diesch, Eugen 
259 Rauschecker, Josef

15:45 – 16:15

COFFEE BREAK

16:15 – 17:00

Session V

News from the Industry Sponsored Trials

Chair: Prof. Dr. Michael Landgrebe

210 Kleinjung, Tobias
209 Lim, Hubert
245 Zudrell, Thomas

Session VI

Interactive Consensus Workshop for an International Consensus on Core Outcome Domains for early-phase Clinical Trials (139)

Chair: Prof. Dr. Deborah Hall

17:00 – 17:30

KEYNOTE III

Prof. Dr. Fatima Husain

Patterns and Connectivity in Neural Networks: Leveraging Clustering to Better Understand Tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Pim van Dijk

 
Thursday, March 15 

08:00 – 08:30

Welcome Desk and Registration

08:30 – 09:00

KEYNOTE IV

Prof. Dr. Christopher Cederroth

Nature versus Nurture: Genetic Considerations in the Development of Tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Dr. Birgit Mazurek

09:00 – 10:15

Session VII

Cortical Plasticity

Chairs: Prof. Dr. Christo Pantev / Dr. Christian Dobel

125 Pantev, Christo

138 Dobel, Christian

208 Song, Jae-Jin

218 Sanchez, Tanit Ganz

Session VIII

Looking at Tinnitus from a Different Angle

Chair: Prof. Dr. Martin Meyer

126 Handscomb, Lucy

118 Liu, Tien-Chen

243 Myra Spiliopoulou
160 Dauman, Nicolas

 

10:15 – 10:30

COFFEE BREAK


10:30 – 11:45

Session IX

Sound Therapies and Auditory Research

Chair: Prof. Dr. Larry Roberts

215a Galazyuk, Alexander

215b Galazyuk, Alexander

161 Argstatter, Heike

Session X

Interesting Case Studies on Tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Dr. Tanit Sanchez

175 Peter, Lukas

231 Templado Aguilera, Sheila

239 Noreña, Arnaud

221 Stocking, Christina

11:45 – 12:30

LUNCH

12:30 – 13:30

POSTER SESSION II

13:30 – 14:00

KEYNOTE V

Dr. Sarah Michiels

Somatosensory Tinnitus: Assessment and Treatment Options

Chair: Prof. Dr. Tanit Sanchez

14:00 – 15:15

Session XI

Neuronal Mechanisms of Tinnitus

Chairs: Prof. Dr. Pim van Dijk / Dr. Sonja Pyott

113 Krauss, Patrick

178 Mennink, Lilian

179 Olthof-Bakker, Bas MJ

194 Koops, Elouise

Session XII

New Approaches for Treating Tinnitus

Chair: Dr. Alain Londero / Marta Partyka

147 Liu, Chiu-Loin

149 Luyten, Tine Roanna

192 Brüggemann, Petra

196 Wu, Calvin

195 Marks, Kendra

15:15 – 15:30

COFFEE BREAK


15:30 – 17:00

Session XIII

Methods for Tinnitus Assessment

Chair: Prof. Dr. Silvano Gallus / Alessandra Lugo

114 Fournier, Philippe

130 Ivansic, Daniela

159 Hall, Deborah Ann

188 Londero, Alain

203 Haider, Haúla Faruk

Session XIV

Community Science: How can Participatory Research Improve our Current Research Strategies?

Chair: Dr. Patrick Neff

140 Smith, Harriet

141 Fackrell, Kathryn

191 Stockdale, David

172 Sereda, Magdalena
258 Harrison, Stephan S.

17:00 – 17:30

KEYNOTE VI

Dr. Derek Hoare

Towards equity of tinnitus management across the UK National Health Service

Chair: Prof. Dr. Deborah Hall

19:00*
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Friday, March 16 

08:30 – 09:00

Welcome Desk and Registration

09:00 – 09:30

KEYNOTE VII

Prof. Dr. Johan Vlaeyen

Not Seen and Not Heard: Chronic Pain and Tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Dr. Rilana Cima

09:30 – 10:45

Session XV

Sound therapies and hearing aids for treating tinnitus

Chairs: Prof. Dr. Richard Tyler / Dr. Patrick Neff

166 Tyler, Richard S

171 Sereda, Magdalena

180 Pedemonte, Marisa

182 Müller, Boris

Session XVI

A Very Close Look on Tinnitus: The Genes and Molecules that make up Tinnitus

Chair: Dr. Antonio Lopez Escamez

229 Lopez Escamez, Jose Antonio

132 Gilles, Annick

190 Knipper, Marlies

119 Hwang, Juen-Haur

10:45 – 11:00

COFFEE BREAK


11:00 – 12:15

Session XVII

Subtyping Tinnitus: Characterization and Differential Diagnostics

Chair: Dr. Winfried Schlee

144 Lai, Jen-Tsung

211 Fackrell, Kathryn

186 Haider, Haúla Faruk

230 Perez-Carpena, Patricia

237 Hall, Deborah Ann

Session XVIII

Cochlear Implants for Treating Tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Dr. Tobias Kleinjung /
Dr. Griet Mertens

137 Mertens, Griet

173 Mamelle, Elisabeth

225 Tyler, Richard S

123 Li, Lieber Po-Hung

12:15 – 13:00

LUNCH

13:00 – 14:00

POSTER SESSION III


14:00 – 14:30

KEYNOTE VIII

Dr. William Sedley

Predictions and their precision in the causation and perpetuation of tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Dr. Ana Belén Elgoyhen

14:30 – 15:45

Session XIX

Risk Factors, Causes and Comorbidities of Tinnitus

Chairs: Prof. Dr. Arnaud Noreña /
Dr. Philippe Fournier

120 Hwang, Juen-Haur
162 Böcking, Benjamin
2
07 Jagoda, Laura

Session XX

Searchfield, Grant Donald: Throwing the ball further: What tinnitus research can learn from Team New Zealand’s winning of yachting’s Americas Cup (103)

Panel discussion: on the future of tinnitus research - Identifying gaps, bridging sectors and innovating science

Chairs: Prof. Dr. Berthold Langguth /
Prof. Ana Belén Elgoyhen

Panellist:

From the perspective of researchers: Prof. Dr. Dirk De Ridder

From the perspective of patients: Steve Harrison

From the perspective of clinicians: Prof. Dr. Michael Landgrebe

From the perspective of industry: Rosemarie Tully BSc, Neuromod Devices Ltd

15:45 – 16:00

COFFEE BREAK


16:00 – 16:30

KEYNOTE IX

Prof. Dr. Sven Vanneste

Pathophysiological differences in phantom sound: subtypes in tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Dr. Nathan Weisz

16:30 – 17:00

Fare Well and Awards

Dr. Raj Shekhawat & Dr. Winfried Schlee

Travel Awards

Poster Awards

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14:00 – 14:30

KEYNOTE II

Dr. Hubert Lim

Non-invasive and Integrative Neuromodulation Approaches Towards Treating Tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Dr. Dirk de Ridder

14:30 – 15:45

Session III

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Treating Tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Dr. Rilana Cima

104 Nolan, Daniele R

115 Marks, Elizabeth

124 Fuller, Thomas E

158 Fuller, Thomas E

160 Dauman, Nicolas

Session IV

Cortical Tinnitus Networks

Chairs: Prof. Dr. Josef Rauschecker

106 Lv, Han

108 Chen, Yu-Chen

157 Deklerck, Ann

187 Diesch, Eugen
     
Rauschecker, Josef

15:45 – 16:15

COFFEE BREAK

16:15 – 17:00

Session V

News from the Industry

Chair: Prof. Dr. Michael Landgrebe

210 Kleinjung, Tobias

209 Lim, Hubert

245 Zudrell, Thomas

Session VI

Interactive Consensus Workshop for an International Consensus on Core Outcome Domains for early-phase Clinical Trials (139)

Chair: Prof. Dr. Deborah Hall

17:00 – 17:30

KEYNOTE III

Prof. Dr. Fatima Husain

Patterns and Connectivity in Neural Networks: Leveraging Clustering to Better Understand Tinnitus

Chair: Prof. Pim van Dijk