European School for Interdisciplinary Tinnitus Research (ESIT)

Hyperacusis (an overly sensitive perception of sound, often associated with distress) is a hearing condition connected to tinnitus.

A recently published new article, "Association between Hyperacusis and Tinnitus", with support of ESIT supervisors Christopher Cederroth, Antonio Lopez-Escamez, Derek Hoare, Barbara Canlon and Silvano Gallus, as well as training partner Jan Bulla, has shed new light on this important topic.

Congratulations to all authors to this paper, making it the 23rd ESIT publication overall!

The full text of this open-access article can be accessed here or by clicking on the image below.

Originally planned as a face-to-face training event at the ESIT partner institution KU Leuven, our most recent workshop, the ESIT - Nature Digital Masterclass was carried out online, with active participation by ESIT PhD candidates, their supervisors, and several other external partners from our wide network in tinnitus research.

This has been an exceptional opportunity for all participants to gain new insights into the scientifc writing and publishing process, and to interact directly with editors of the high-ranking scientific journal Nature, providing valuable background information and personal tips. This was especially done through an individual abstract review session with each participant who had the chance of submitting an abstract beforehand, to be evaluated and discussed personally with a journal editor.

We very much thank everyone involved in the planning and re-planning of this event, and are certain it has been a unique and fruitful learning experience for all!


Recently, ESIT Project supervisor Prof Berthold Langguth at the University of Regensburg/medbo Bezirksklinikum Regensburg went on air with the German regional TV station MDR (part of the national TV network ARD).

Prof Langguth talked about tinnitus research and especially the app TrackYourTinnitus, developed by ESIT project partners Ulm University and the TRI (Tinnitus Research Initiative) foundation.");">🇪🇺");">🇩🇪

This app (downloadable from all app stores) functions as an individual diary for tinnitus patients, helping them monitor and keep track of their condition, and importantly also serves as a valuable base for research carried out by several PhD students of our network, striving to improve understandings and treatments of tinnitus in its various forms!");">👂");">🔬

We'd like to very much thank everyone who contributed to making this report possible! It can be accessed following this link or clicking on the image below:

We're very proud of Sana Amanat, our ESIT PhD candidate at the University of Granada, who was recently able, with her supervisor Antonio López-Escámez, to contribute the 22nd ESIT scientific publication, on Heritability and Genetics Contribution to Tinnitus.

Congratulations from the entire consortium to this novel input on the highly relevant area of tinnitus genetics!

The article is available here or by clicking on the image below.

We are pleased to report the 21st ESIT publication! It was achieved by our fellow Constanze Riha, researching at the Chair of Neuropsychology of the Department of Psychology at the University of Zurich.

For her PhD, Constanze is intensively investigating brain measures for the better understanding and treatment of the complex condition that tinnitus represents.

The full Open Access article can be read and downloaded here, or by clicking on the image below.

Congratulations to Constanze and the entire team behind this publication, to their success and valuable contribution to tinnitus research!

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