In the table below we will present 15Map ESIT Schweiz blau Website job offers for PhD positions with the European School for Interdisciplinary Tinnitus Research (ESIT). You can find all training institutions on our map and further information to the PhD positions below.

Eligibility criteria

You are eligible to apply, if you: 

  • have already received a Masters Degree or equivalent
  • have no longer than  4 years of research experience following that degree  
  • do not already hold a PhD degree  
  • have not worked, studied, or carried out your main activity in the host's country for more than 12 months during the previous 36 months (=mobility rule). For refugees there is an exemption of this rule: The refugee procedure will not be counted as a period of residence/activity in the country of the beneficiary. This period will only be counted as of the day that they are recognised as refugees.

Applicants can be of every nationality!

We are looking forward to your application!

Please mention dedicatedly to which job offer your applying!

Nr. Training Institution Project title Supervisors Job Announcement

University Hospital Regensburg, 
Dept. for Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Germany

1) Tinnitus profiling to guide personal therapeutic decisions- diagnosis improved with large scale, longitudinal data

2) Activate and fire: Pairing auditory stimulation with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment of tinnitus

Martin Schecklmann,

Berthold Langguth, 

Winfried Schlee

1) link  (expired)

2) link  (expired)

2 University of Nottingham, 
School of Medicine, UK
Harmonizing scientific and clinical perspectives on tinnitus subtypes and measures: synthesizing evidence and expert opinion

Deborah Hall,

Theodore Kypraios

link   (expired)

3 Instituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri Milano
Laboratory of Lifestyle Epidemiology, Italy
A coherent european epidemiological survey of tinnitus Silvano Gallus, Deborah Hall

link (expired)

4 Karolinska Institutet Stockholm
Dept. of Physiology and Pharmacology, Sweden
Molecular epidemiology of tinnitus subtypes

Christopher Cederroth,

Barbara Canlon

link (expired)

5 Fundacion para la Investigacion Bio-sanitaria de Andalu-cia Oriental-Alejandro Granada
Centre for Genomics and Oncological Research (GENyO), Spain
Genetic contribution to chronic tinnitus in patients with Meniere's disease tinnitus extreme phenotype Antonio Lopez-Escamez link  (expired)
6 University of Ulm
Institute of Databases and Information Systems / Institute of Distributed Systems, Germany

1) Development of a generic framework for mobile data sensing and mobile patient intervention

2) Development of generic, robust and flexible middleware for real-time measurements of tinnitus-related parameters as well as electroencephalographic and physical activities

Manfred Reichert,

Franz Hauck,

Rüdiger Pryss

link (expired)

7 University of Groningen
Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery, Netherlands
Personalized hearing aid amplification to ameliorate tinnitus

Pim van Dijk,

Emile de Kleine

link  (expired)

8 Maastricht University
Dept. of Clinical Psychological Science, Netherlands
What for whom? Personalized cognitive behaviour therapy  (CBT) treatment for patients with chronic bothersome tinnitus Rilana Cima link (expired)
9 University of Zurich
Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology / Dept. of Psychology, Switzerland

1) Developing individual tomographic neurofeedback protocols for tinnitus treatment

2) Improving cochlear implantation as a treatment for chronic tinnitus

Martin Meyer, 

Tobias Kleinjung,

Alex Huber

1) link (expired)

2) link (expired)

10 Paris-Lodron University Salzburg
Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, Austria
Understanding the online effects of tES on the 'tinnitus-brain' and their implications for tinnitus treatment Nathan Weisz

link  (expired)

11 Medical University Lodz
Dept. of Otolaryngology, Laryngological Oncology, Audiology and Phoniatrics, Poland
Optimizating extra-cochlear electrical stimulations in tinnitus treatment Marzena Mielczarek link  (expired)
12 Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Marseille, 
Laboratoire Neuro-sciences Intégratives et Adaptatives, France
Developing new strategies of cochlear electric stimulation to suppress tinnitus Arnaud Noreña link (expired)


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