Do you have tinnitus and want to participate in research projects on tinnitus? Below is a list of research projects that are currently recruiting.

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In the context of the study "Shades of Noise", the Tinnitus Centre of Regensburg, Germany, provides tinnitus patients with several sounds included in a smartphone app to affect their individual tinnitus. In this way patients can find the best auditory stimulus to suppress their tinnitus.

As a pilot study in the UNITI project, Shades of Noise aims to describe the effect of auditory stimulation on tinnitus.

We are currently looking for study participants all around the world! If you

- are older than 18 years

- already have tinnitus for more than 6 months

- have a smartphone with headphones

- are willing to participate in the study for 12 weeks

- are familiar with the english language

then please get in touch with Lisa Führlein, medical student at the University of Regensburg. She will accompany you during the study and provide support in handling the app. Feel free to contact her at the following e-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please note: As the UNITI project study will start in 2021 involving the study centres in Leuven (Belgium), Berlin and Regensburg (Germany), Athens (Greece) and Granada (Spain), we recommend that interested patients from these towns (or patients who are living in driving distance to these towns) do not participate in this pilot but in the UNITI project study itself next year. For further information please check https://uniti.tinnitusresearch.net/

 

 

 

 

Have you wondered whether chronic pain, diabetes or dental problems are somehow related to tinnitus? Or have you noticed that your tinnitus is worse on days when your neck hurts? Take our quick survey to help Tinnitus Hub & Tinnitus Research Initiative better understand physical aspects of tinnitus.

 

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To kick off 2020, Tinnitus Hub (the managing entity of the patient community Tinnitus Talk) has launched a new survey in collaboration with Dr. Winfried Schlee and Dr. Sarah Michiels. The survey focusses on the physical aspects of tinnitus, meaning how tinnitus relates to certain physical ailments and health conditions. The results can provide new clues about neurological triggers for tinnitus and treatment pathways.

 

Please help move tinnitus research forward. Let’s make this the biggest ever dataset for tinnitus!

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With the TrackYourTinnitus App you can track your individual tinnitus perception with modern smart phone applications. You can systematically investigate the variation of your tinnitus and find out how it is associated with your daily routine and activities. TrackYourTinnitus is available for Android and iOS devices. The app is free of charge and there are no advertisements. The data will be used for scientific purposes to improve our understanding of the daily variations of tinnitus. 

Find out more here: https://trackyourtinnitus.org

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