European School for Interdisciplinary Tinnitus Research (ESIT)

We are excited to share the news about the 2020 BTA (the British Tinnitus Association) Conference, this year taking place online, as the BTA Virtual Conference!

This event, with an immense variety of engaging presentations, talks, and topics, will take place from October 5 - 9, 2020. Registration is now open, and more information can be found also by clicking on the image below.

We are especially delighted and thankful to be able to share our ESIT project progress as part of this conference (on Friday, October 9, 2020), and are looking forward to many interested visitors to our session!

The best of luck and success for this BTA Virtual Conference and all the organisation's outstanding work, and huge thanks from all ESIT for our fruitful cooperation with them!

The entire ESIT consortium is most joyful and delighted to announce the receipt of the International Consortium on Personalised Medicine's (ICPerMed) recognition as a Best Practice Example in Personalised Medicine research and practice.

The application by ESIT project coordinator PD Dr Winfried Schlee ("International Tinnitus Research - Novel approaches in Personalised Medicine Research, Teaching and Treatment") and their team has been selected for this award, together with other ground-breaking initiatives in the field. Furthermore, we have been invited to present present our project at the next ICPerMed Conference, planned to take place on February 25 and 26, 2021, in Paris, France.

More information on this prize and ICPerMed can be found here, and by clicking on the below image.

We'd like to very much thank ICPerMed for having welcomed ESIT into their important mission of promoting and forwarding Personalised Medicine in Europe and beyond, and look forward to continuing our fruitful exchange in the future!

We congratulate ESIT supervisors Christopher Cederroth (University of Nottingham/Karolinska Institutet) and Barbara Canlon (Karolinska Institutet), and their colleages, very much to their new publication on the tocixity of the chemotherapeutic agent cisplatin on the hearing system. 

The Open Access article can be found here or by a click on the below image:

Recently, Roshni Biswas, ESIT PhD candidate at the University of Nottingham/Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri, and her supervisor Deborah Hall, University of Nottingham and University of Nottingham Malaysia, successfully published their highly relevant work on tinnitus epidemiology!

Their article can be accessed here, or by clicking the image below.

Congratulations from the entire ESIT consortium to this impactful research!

Overall, we are very happy indeed about this 30th ESIT publication to date, with many more forthcoming!

 

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