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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Thanks to all of you for your support of the Tinnitus Research Initiative!

Research always costs money. That's why we need all kinds of support and even small donations. With your help, we can continue our search for a cure for tinnitus.
We also thank all the researchers and tinnitus experts in the world who are not giving up the search for a cure for tinnitus. Although we have not yet achieved a groundbreaking success, we are convinced that we are on the right track. It is often the small but many steps that ultimately lead to the goal.
In this spirit, we wish you all the best for the festive season, a few relaxing holidays and a happy new year!

Research Topic 2018Dr. Agnes Szczepek (DE) and Dr. Paola Perin (IT), both participants in the highly successful COST TINNET-Action (2014-2018), have launched a new Frontiers Research Topic "Neuroimmunology of the Inner Ear".

Frontiers’ Research Topics are peer-reviewed article collections around themes of cutting-edge research. Defined, managed, and led by renowned researchers, they unite the world’s leading experts around the hottest topics in research, stimulating collaboration and accelerating science.

The Research Topic "Neuroimmunology of the Inner Ear" welcomes original research and reviews regarding cellular and molecular mechanisms of interaction between the immune, sensory and nervous systems in the inner ear in health (e.g. characterization of immune barriers or immune cell populations) and in pathological conditions. The aim of this Topic is to present comprehensive information covering clinical and basic research observations on the topic of immunity and inner ear. Clinical as well as ex vivo and in vitro research done with human and animal tissues and cells is welcome.

For more information about this Topic please follow the following link

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Prof. Ana Belén Elgoyhen, member of the TRI Executive Committee, was awarded the Scientifc Award 2018 of the Fondation pour l'Audition, France.

The Scientific Prize of the Fondation Pour l'Audition rewards the work of a scientist or doctor who has made a major discovery in the field of audition, whether clinical or fundamental.

This year Professor Ana Belén Elgoyhen is rewarded for discovering mechanisms of natural protection of hearing.

Discover her portrait on youtube

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