European School for Interdisciplinary Tinnitus Research (ESIT)

ESIT, last year, had the great pleasure of receiving the

ICPerMed - The International Consortium on Personalised Medicine's BEST PRACTISE Recognition Award!

Now, from February 25 - 26, 2021, the 2021 ICPerMed Conference was held virtually from Paris, France, and ESIT Project Coordinator Winny Schlee was able to present our tinnitus research and aspects of Personalised Medicine throughout our 15 PhD projects!

This has been an outstanding opportunity, and after already attending the 2020 ICPerMed Conference in Madrid and now this year's edition, we're very much looking forward to many fruitful collaborations and stimulating encounters in the future!


The International Tinnitus Awareness Week #TinnitusWeek 2021 currently takes place, from February 1 - 7, 2021.

It is an exceptional one - with even more partners than in recent years, and, of course, fully virtual!

Under the hashtags #TinnitusWeek and - this year's motto - #ThisIsMySilence, the primary initiator, the British Tinnitus Association (BTA), and many partners, and countless people affected by tinnitus will make their voices heard, and share their experiences.

And we're proud and grateful to be a part, having worked together for the past 4 years as an international consortium to further tinnitus research and significantly increase knowledge and visibility of this complex and often chronic disorder, affecting millions of people worldwide.

Congratulations to all for their outstanding efforts!

All ESIT wishes you a Very Happy, Healthy, Beautiful New Year 2021! With all the best for you, your loved ones, and all your endeavours!

For our project, indeed, 2021 marks an important time as it brings the final months of ESIT! All Fellows are currently finalising and in the process of submitting their PhD theses, and some have even completed by now already! We're very happy about this good news at the start of the new year already!

We will continue to inform you on all exciting project updates and in case of enquiries, feel free to contact ESIT Project Network Manager Axel Schiller (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) anytime.

Our best wishes! 

The ESIT consortium is glad to report another upcoming publication that has already been published as a preprint!

The work on tinnitus residual inhibition by ESIT Fellow Stefan Schoisswohl, researching at the University of Regensburg's Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, and supervisors/colleagues is available here or by clicking on the below image:

Congratulations on this further contribution to tinnitus research and all the best of success for the upcoming publication!

All ESIT publications to this point can be accessed here.

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