WP1: Training

WP2: Research Training – Assessment

1 New approaches to assess the psychoacoustic properties of tinnitus and differentiate tinnitus sub-types

2 Objective diagnosis of supra-threshold peripheral and early retro-cochlear damage thought to underlie tinnitus

3 Neural markers of sustained perception: Clinical diagnostics for acute and chronic subjective tinnitus

4 Relating a behavioral model and brain activity in mice by fMRI

5 Biomarkers of tinnitus-induced distress in the biological fluids of tinnitus patients

6 Investigating the neurophysiological mechanisms of the Zwicker tone

7 Evidence-based measurement instruments for assessing tinnitus-related benefits from sound-based treatments

WP3: Research Training – Causes

8 Focused fMRI to probe brainstem mechanism in tinnitus

9 Measuring brain’s neurochemistry in tinnitus and hearing loss using non-invasive Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

10 Biophysical mechanisms of the imbalance between excitation and inhibition in tinnitus

11 Stress-induced changes in the animal auditory system

12 Neural markers of sustained perception: Animal model for acute and transient subjective tinnitus

WP4: Research Training – Treatment

13 Exploring innovative hearing aid techniques for tinnitus treatment

14 Developing customized acoustic stimulation to improve tinnitus

15 Tinnitus management through electrical stimulation in cochlear implant users

WP5: Dissemination and Outreach

WP6: Consortium Management