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Schedule for Upcoming Episodes

 

DATE

TOPICS SPEAKER
18 May 2022

"Non-Evidence Based Medicine": pseudoscience, quackery, placebo effect and ethics

“Scientifically proven to reduce tinnitus”: Examining the evidence behind the claims

 Alain Londero   

 Deborah Hall

 

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30 Jun - 1 Jul 2022

Tinnitus at the Lake: UNITI meets TRI

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Watch the talks of former Episodes on the TRI Academy youtube channel:

Episode #8

Sarah Michiels, Belgium: Somatosensory tinnitus: Can you still see the wood for the trees?

Hubert Lim, USA: From Pavlov's dog to paired stimulation plasticity - Opportunities for treating tinnitus with bimodal neuromodulation

 

Episode #7

Emmanuel Houdart, France: Pulsatile tinnitus: diagnosis and endovascular treatment

Jae-Jin Song, South Korea: Defusing the time bomb in your head: Preoperative evaluations and  surgical treatment of  pulsatile tinnitus

 

Episode #6

Dirk De Ridder, Belgium/New Zealand: Medication for tinnitus and tinnitus disorder: Sisyphus or Tantalus

Patrick Neff, Switzerland: Sound stimulation and therapies: fighting a phantom sound with real sound

 

Episode #5

Steven Marcrum, Germany: "Hearing aids for the treatment of chronic tinnitus: Device- and patient-associated determinants of therapeutic success "therapeutic success"

"Shushing the Sizzle: Non-invasive Brain Stimulation in Tinnitus“
Stefan Schoisswohl, Germany: Neurostimulation procedures for the treatment of Tinnitus
Laure Jacquemin, Belgium: tDCS for Tinnitus

 

Episode #4

Martin Schecklmann, Germany: "How to counsel the tinnitus brain - practical considerations"

Derek Hoare, UK: "CBT - let's change your mind about Tinnitus"

 

Episode #3

Tobias Kleinjung, Switzerland: "Clinical and technical assessment and diagnosis"

Berthold Langguth, Germany: "Psychiatric comorbidities"

 

Episode #2

Sven Vanneste, Ireland: "What is buzzing? The systems neuroscience of tinnitus"

Arnaud Noreña, France: "Changes in the spatio-temporal pattern of spontaneous activity in the auditory cortex of guinea pig after noice-induced hearing loss"

 

Episode #1

Berthold Langguth, Germany: “A brain and pain based tinnitus definition”

Roshni Biswas, USA: "The knowns and unknowns of tinnitus epidemiology"

 

TRI Online Academy Team

Director: Anusha Mohan, Trinity University Dublin, Ireland

 

Organisating Team (in alphabetical order)

Dirk De Ridder, University of Otago, NZ

Tobias Kleinjung, University Hospital Zurich, CH

Berthold Langguth, University Regensburg, Germany

Alain Londero, l'hôpital Georges Pompidou de Paris, FR

Arnaud  Noreña, Laboratoire de Neurosciences Sensorielles et Cognitives de l'université d'Aix-Marseille, FR

Kristina Neumueller, University Hospital Regensburg, Germany

Winny Schlee, University Regensburg, Germany

Raj Shekhawat, Flinders University, Australia

Susanne Staudinger, University Hospital Regensburg, Germany

Ilias Trochidis, Vilabs, Cyprus

Sven Vanneste, Trinity University Dublin, Ireland

 

 

 

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