IMG 9695 groupfoto1During the 12th International Tinnitus Conference in Taipei, TW, Hazel Goedhart, Director and Chief Strategist of TinnitusHub, conducted interviews with tinnitus experts, which we will publish over the next few weeks. In the first video from this series, Hazel talks about her general impressions of the conference. Watch the video

Under the blog post<https://www.tinnitushub.com/evolution-revolution-stagnation-exclusive-insights-from-tri2019/> you can find some conference reports from ESIT students.

We would like to thank the organizers and all the participants of this year's conference in Taipei, TW, who once again made our tinnitus conference such an extraordinary event.

For the first time the TRI conference took place in Asia, and more than 420 researchers, clinicians, audiologists, representatives from patient organizations... presented and discussed results from ongoing research projects during the three days of the conference. The abstract book of the conference is available for download here.

Hazel Goedhart, Tinnitus Hub, wrote a blog post on her general impressions of the TRI Conference. During the conference, Hazel conducted interviews with numerous tinnitus researchers, which we will soon present in various video series.

Read more about the conference on https://www.tinnitushub.com/seven-things-i-learned-at-the-tri2019-conference

Looking foward to seeing you all next year in May in Vancouver, CA!

 

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The BTA Annual Conference 2019 will take place on Friday, September 13, 2019 at the Goldsmiths University London, UK. One of the highlights of the conference is the poster competition, that is open to all students, practitioners, industry colleagues and researchers. The winning poster - as determined by a combination of peer and panel vote - will have the opportunity to present their work at a future conference.

For more information please have a look at the BTA Conference 2019 Website

During the Third ESIT Training School in Milan end of March 2019, ESIT Training Coordinator Dr Derek Hoare (University of Nottingham, UK) and ESIT PhD supervisor Dr Rilana Cima (Universiteit Maastricht) had the great opportunity to talk to Hazel Goedhart, Director and Chief Strategist of the international patient non-profit organisation Tinnitus Hub about ESIT, the project state and progress.

ESIT interview TinnitusHub

 

The video was produced by Tinnitus Hub, a volunteer-based organisation run for tinnitus patients by tinnitus patients, and an official partner in the ESIT research consortium. Tinnitus Hub manages Tinnitus Talk, the largest online support community for tinnitus patients.

Thanks to Hazel Goedhart and Tinnitus Hub for their time and effort put into this interview!

For more information about ESIT please visit the ESIT webpage

 

In the first half of the year 2019 a variety of activities and meetings will take place, which we would like to point out.

The deadline for abstract submission for the 12th international TRI Tinnitus Meeting in Taipei, TW, ends on January 31st. We're looking forward to your talks and posters at the Meeting from May 17th-19th 2019.

As part of the Tinnitus Awareness Week from 04.-11. February 2019, different institutions and organizations around the world are taking action to raise awareness about tinnitus during this week. More information on the activities of the TRI can be found at Tinnitusweek 2019_TRI.

The International Hearing Loss Conference IHLC 2019 will take place May 5th - 9th 2019 in Niagara-on-the-Lake Ontario, CA. The IHLC will bring together approximately 250 scientists of diverse expertise, all of whom work on hearing loss, to discuss and debate new findings in hearing loss research. For details about this conference, entitled "From Cochlear to Cortex" can be found ad IHLC 2019

 

You're looking for more information about Conference and Events? Just take a look at the Section Next Tinnitus Events to the right, respectively at Conferences

 

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