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Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 14/Mar/2018
11:00am
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12:30pm
Session 2: Tinnitus Animal Models
Location: Second Lecture Hall
Chair: Holger Schulze
 

Tinnitus development is associated with synaptopathy of inner hair cells in Mongolian gerbils

Konstantin Tziridis, Jan Forster, Patrick Krauss, Achim Schilling, Holger Schulze


A new statistical approach for the evaluation of gap-prepulse inhibition of the acoustic startle reflex (GPIAS) for tinnitus assessment

Achim Schilling, Patrick Krauss, Konstantin Tziridis, Holger Schulze


A Tinnitus Model in Nonhuman Primates

Lars Rogenmoser, Pawel Kusmierek, Denis Archakov, Josef Rauschecker


Cross-validation of Two Tinnitus Screening Approaches in Mice

Inga Kristaponyte, Alex Galazyuk


Changes in gamma frequency activity in the auditory cortex in vitro in an animal model of tinnitus

Mark O. Cunningham, Gina Rentesi, Jennifer Schofield, Martine Hamann, Guiseppe Alvaro, Charles A. Large, Adrian Rees

2:30pm
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3:45pm
Session 4: Cortical Tinnitus Networks
Location: Second Lecture Hall
Chair: Josef P. Rauschecker
 

Amygdala functional disconnection with the prefrontal-cingulate-temporal circuit in chronic tinnitus patients with depressive mood

Yu-Chen Chen, Fan Bo, Xindao Yin


Resting state EEG microstate in tinnitus patients reveals dynamic changes in attention and auditory cortical networks during residual inhibition

Ann Deklerck, Hannah Keppler, Katharina Paul, Sofie Degeest, Ingeborg Dhooge, Gilles Pourtois


AUDITORY EVOKED MAGNETIC FIELD SIGNATURES OF DYNAMIC RANGE ADAPTATION OF SOUND LEVEL CODING IN TINNITUS PATIENTS AND HEALTHY CONTROLS.

Eugen Diesch, Anna Hassel, Ben Cramer, Mark Praetorius, Sabine Heiland, André Rupp


New ways forward in Tinnitus Research?

Josef P. Rauschecker

4:15pm
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5:00pm
Session 6: Towards a consensus of outcome measures on tinnitus
Location: Second Lecture Hall
Chair: Deborah Ann Hall
 

INTERACTIVE CONSENSUS WORKSHOP FOR THE COMiT’ID STUDY: INTERNATIONAL CONSENSUS ON CORE OUTCOME DOMAINS FOR EARLY-PHASE CLINICAL TRIALS OF SOUND-, PSYCHOLOGY-, AND PHARMACOLOGY-BASED INTERVENTIONS TO MANAGE CHRONIC SUBJECTIVE TINNITUS IN ADULTS: THE COMIT’ID STUDY

Deborah Ann Hall, Kathryn Fackrell, Harriet Smith, Haúla Haider, Birgit Mazurek, Alain Londero

Date: Thursday, 15/Mar/2018
9:00am
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10:15am
Session 8: Looking at tinnitus from a different angle
Location: Second Lecture Hall
 

“My goodness, that really does actually sum it up:” tinnitus patients’ and therapists’ perspectives on the cognitive model of tinnitus distress

Lucy Handscomb, Derek Hoare, Deborah Hall, Gillian Shorter


Putative factors for chronic manifestation of tinnitus

Veronika Vielsmeier


Cochlear migraine: proposal for a new diagnosis

Tien-Chen Liu, Jen-Tsung Lai


Patient Empowerment through Summarization of Discussion Threads on Treatments in a Patient Self-Help Forum

Myra Spiliopoulou, Sourabh Dandage, Johannes Huber, Atin Janki, Uli Niemann, Rüdiger Pryss, Manfred Reichert, Steve Harrison, Markku Vessala, Winfried Schlee, Thomas Probst


Modulating individual frustration: a new approach to tinnitus management?

Nicolas Dauman, Soly Erlandsson, René Dauman

10:30am
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11:45am
Session 10: Interesting Case Studies in Tinnitus
Location: Second Lecture Hall
Chair: Tanit Ganz Sanchez
 

Combining rTMS and CBT for Effective Treatment of Tinnitus and Insomnia - A Case Report

Lukas Peter, Kneginja Richter, Jens Acker, Joachim Höfig


The Role of Auditory Evoked Potentials in the Study of Tinnitus. About a Case.

SHEILA TEMPLADO AGUILERA, Luis Miguel Amorós-Rodriguez


The putative involvement of the middle ear in hyperacusis and tinnitus

Philippe Fournier, Damien Ponsot, Alain Londero, Laurent Pezard, Nicolas Charpentier, Arnaud Norena

2:00pm
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3:15pm
Session 12: New treatment Approaches for Tinnitus
Location: Second Lecture Hall
Chair: ALAIN LONDERO
 

Menopausal Hormone replacement therapy for chronic tinnitus in migraine patient: a preliminary study

Chiung-Lin Liu, Tien-Chen Liu, Jen-Tsung Lai


The value of Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing in the treatment of tinnitus

Tine Roanna Luyten, Prof. dr. Paul Van de Heyning, Laure Jacquemin, Nancy Van Looveren, Dr. Frank Declau, Prof. Erik Fransen, Prof. Annick Gilles


Tinnitus outcome measures after a brief multidisciplinarity intervention

Petra Brüggemann, Benjamin Böcking, Claudia Seydel, Birgit Mazurek


Auditory-somatosensory stimulation desynchronizes brain circuitry to reduce tinnitus, Part I

Calvin Wu, David Martel, Susan Shore


Auditory-somatosensory stimulation desynchronizes brain circuitry to reduce tinnitus, Part II

Kendra Marks, David Martel, Gregory Basura, Larry Roberts, Kara Schvartz-Leyzac, Susan Shore

3:30pm
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5:00pm
Session 14: Community Science: How can participatory research improve our current research strategies?
Location: Second Lecture Hall
Chair: Patrick Neff
 

INVOLVING MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC IN THE COMIT’ID STUDY (CORE OUTCOME MEASURES IN TINNITUS: INTERNATIONAL DELPHI)

Deborah Ann Hall, Kathryn Fackrell, Adele Horobin, Veronica Colley, Brian Thacker, Haúla Haider, Birgit Mazurek, Alain Londero, Harriet Smith


CORE OUTCOME DOMAINS FOR EARLY-PHASE CLINICAL TRIALS OF SOUND-, PSYCHOLOGICAL-, AND PHARMACOLOGICAL-BASED INTERVENTIONS TO MANAGE CHRONIC SUBJECTIVE TINNITUS IN ADULTS: PROTOCOL FOR USING A DELPHI PROCESS AND FACE-TO-FACE MEETINGS TO ESTABLISH CONSENSUS

Kathryn Fackrell, Harriet Smith, Adele Horobin, Veronica Colley, Brian Thacker, Haúla Haider, Alain Londero, Birgit Mazurek, Deborah A. Hall


Tinnitus Cure Map

David Stockdale, Dave Carr, Don McFerran


Combined amplification and sound generation devices for tinnitus: survey of users expectations and experiences

Magdalena Sereda, Derek Hoare, Julie Brady


Tinnitus Hub: Support and Crowdsensing in the digital domain

Stephen Sebastian Harrison

Date: Friday, 16/Mar/2018
9:30am
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10:45am
Session 16: A very close look on tinnitus: the genes and molecules that make up tinnitus
Location: Second Lecture Hall
Chair: Jose Antonio Lopez Escamez
 

Accumulation of rare and common variants in genes included in multiple neural pathways in a family with tinnitus

Jose Antonio Lopez Escamez, Alvàro Gallego-Martinez, Niklas Edvall, Teresa Requena, Christopher Cederroth


A pilot Genome-wide Association Study identifies potential metabolic pathways involved in tinnitus

Annick Gilles, Guy Van Camp, Paul Van de Heyning, Erik Fransen


Identification of functional and molecular biomarkers in mildly hearing impaired subjects with and without tinnitus

Marlies Knipper, Benedikt Hofmeier, Ebrahim Saad Aldamer, Moritz Walter, Stephan Wolpert, Lukas Rüttiger, Ulrike Ernemann, John Thiericke, Uwe Klose


Expressions of ion co-transporter genes in salicylate-induced tinnitus and treatment effects with Spirulina

Juen-Haur Hwang, Yin-Ching Chan, Jen-Tsung Lai, Tien-Chen Liu

11:00am
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12:15pm
Session 18: Cochlear Implants for treating Tinnitus
Location: Second Lecture Hall
Chair: Tobias Kleinjung
Chair: Griet Mertens
 

Cochlear Implantation as a Long-Term Treatment for Ipsilateral Incapacitating Tinnitus in Subjects with Unilateral Hearing Loss up to 10 years.

Griet Mertens, Marc De Bodt, Annick Gilles, Paul Van de Heyning


TINNITUS OUTCOMES IN COCHLEAR IMPLANTED PATIENTS WITH TOTAL SINGLE-SIDED DEAFNESS: A MULTICENTRIC STUDY

Elisabeth MAMELLE, Bruno Frachet, Christophe Vincent, David Bakhos, Benoit Godey, Olivier Sterkers, Isabelle Mosnier, Eric Truy, Nicolas Guevara, Michel Hoen, Dan Gnansia, Christine Poncet-Wallet


Tinnitus suppression in cochlear implant patients using the ReSound Relief™ app

Richard S Tyler, Rachael Owen, Julie Bridges, Patricia Cotta Mancini, Phillip E. Gander


Cochlear Implantation for Tinnitus in Subjects with Hearing Loss

Lieber Po-Hung Li

2:30pm
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3:45pm
Session 20: Panel discussion: Throwing the ball further: What tinnitus research can learn from Team New Zealand’s winning of yachting’s Americas Cup
Location: Second Lecture Hall
Chair: Berthold Langguth
Chair: Ana Belén Elgoyhen
 

Throwing the ball further: What tinnitus research can learn from Team New Zealand’s winning of yachting’s Americas Cup.

Grant Donald Searchfield


 
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