European School for Interdisciplinary Tinnitus Research (ESIT)

We're very thankful and happy to share a report from our Italian network partner, Istituto Mario Negri in Milan, on their engagement in tinnitus research! For this, their role in ESIT - hosting one Fellow as well as students' secondments and trainings - of course also plays a major part!

The news has just been published in the November edition of the Institute's magazine as well as on their website, and is available here (in Italian): https://www.marionegri.it/magazine/acufene 

Heartfelt thanks to the entire Mario Negri team for their ground-breaking work on tinnitus and their continuing contribution to ESIT! 

Part of the ESIT team at Istituto Mario Negri, March 2019

ESIT Fellow Natalia Trpchevska, researching for her PhD at Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Sweden, in collaboration with her supervisors and colleagues, contributed a new scientific publication in the field of tinnitus genetics, congratulations!

The Open Access article Sex-Dependent Aggregation of Tinnitus in Swedish Families can be freely accessed here, or by clicking on the image below.

With this recent paper, we are proud of 36 ESIT scientific publications overall!

With news emerging about a new tinnitus treatment approach, bimodal neurostimulation, ESIT supervisor Prof Berthold Langguth at the University of Regensburg shared some insights in a recent interview with Tinnitus Science, a media channel dedicated to tinnitus and research about it.

An English version is available here (or by clicking on the image below), as is a German version here.

We congratulate Tinnitus Science and journalist Holger Crump very much for his engagement and their excellent work!

We're happy and proud to report another scientific publication with support by ESIT! Fellow Matheus Lourenco (Maastricht University/KU Leuven) and ESIT-associate Dr Laure Jacquemin contributed to a study on the effects of COVID-19 on tinnitus - a topic of immensely high importance in this period!

It was found that having COVID-19 symptoms exacerbated tinnitus in 40% of respondents, made no change in 54%, and improved tinnitus in 6%.

The full article can be found here, or by clicking on the image below.

Congratulations to the entire team of collaborators to this new piece of impacting research!

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