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The Tinnitus Research Initiative Foundation will award a prize for

  • the poster most likely to influence current practice


  • the poster most likely to increase the understanding of tinnitus mechanisms

presented at the 11th TRI/TINNET Conference.

The jury, consisting of Ana Belén Elgoyhen (AR), Larry Roberts (CAN), David Stockdale (UK) and Raj Shekhawat (NZ) will select the best posters according to the following criteria:

  • quality of the research in terms of theoretical and methodological aspects
  • originality of the work presented
  • added value of the research in terms of “closing a gap” in knowledge
  • adequateness and originality of poster layout in relation to its contents

The winner of the Best Poster Award is announced during the closing ceremony of the Conference and will receive an official TRI certificate.

Here you find some details for presenters at the conference.


Poster presentation:

- The posters will be exhibited all three days of the conference in a special poster area.

- After each Lunchtime, there will be special issued poster presentations.

- The poster should meet the following instructions: format DIN A 0, upright formatation

- Please understand we are still working out the scientific program. We will let you know when your poster presentation takes place asap.


Oral presentation:

- Your oral presentation should not take longer than 10 minutes. Afterward there will be 5 minutes for questions and discussion.

- Please understand we are still working out the scientific program. We will let you know when your oral presentation takes place asap.

Trends in Hearing is opening a special collection on tinnitus research that will include contributions of the 11th TRI/TINNET Conference 2018. Both research papers and reviews are considered for publication. The submission deadline is end of June 2018. Given the comprehensive presence of tinnitus researchers from around the world at the TRI/TINNET conference, we expect this collection to be a strong representation of the progress in tinnitus research today.

All articles are rigorously peer-reviewed, brought to publication as rapidly as possible, and are freely available online immediately upon publication. Production costs are covered by Article Processing Charges (APC) paid by the author/institution/funder upon acceptance of the manuscript. There is no charge for submitting a paper to Trends in Hearing. Accepted manuscripts for this collection will be charged a one-time APC of $750 (discounted from the regular APC of $1000).

To submit, please go to:

We look forward to receiving your submissions.

Best regards,

David Baguley,  Marlies Knipper,  Pim van Dijk
Guest editors

Andrew Oxenham
Editor-in-chief of Trends in Hearing