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Day 1 - June 7

1. Health-related quality of life in subjective, chronic tinnitus patients: a scoping review
Sara Demoen, Emilie Cardon, Laure Jacquemin,. Annick Timmermans, Vincent Van Rompaey, Sarah Michiels, Annick Gilles

2. It’s who I am – is it? Personality traits, emotional distress and psychological coping styles in patients with chronic tinnitus: new findings
Benjamin Boecking

3. The difference in poststimulus suppression between residual inhibition and forward masking
Pierre Bourez, Philippe Fournier, Arnaud Noreña

4. Enhancement of global connectivity for alpha and delta waves in tinnitus brain
Lieber Li, Yi-Hsuan Li, Tai-Shih Chi, An-Suey Shiao, Jen- Chuen Hsieh

5. Cortical auditory evoked potentials in idiopathic tinnitus patients with normal audiogram
Pey-yu Chen, Tien-Chen Liu

6. Comparing clustering methods applied on tinnitus within a cross-validated and
Robin Guillard, Adam Hessas, Alain Londero, Marco Congedo, Vincent Loche

7. Hearing in noise test in tinnitus patients with normal audiogram
Tien-Chen Liu

8. Cochlear Migraine: A different view on tinnitus
Jen-Tsung Lai

9. The neuroplastic effect of acupuncture in central auditory tract and its role in noise induced hearing loss—an animal study
Chia-der Lin

10. Otologic manifestations of Fabry Disease: a cross-sectional study from Taiwan
Yen-Fu Cheng

11. Sudden deafness and cochlear migraine
Ching Hunh Hsieh, Jen Tsung Lai

12. Ageing is a tinnitus risk factor in its own right
Lisa Reisinger, Fabian Schmidt, Kaja Benz, Lorenzo Vignali, Sebastian Rösch, Martin Kronbichler, Nathan Weisz

13. Development of a novel intracochlear delivery method using biodegradable microneedles
Dong-kee Kim, Subin Kim

14. Influence of tinnitus annoyance on hearing related quality of life in cochlear implant recipients
Kelly Assouly, Remo A. G. J. Arts,. Petra L. Graham, Bas van Dijk, Chris J. James

15. Sleeping it off: how night-time sleep can reduce variable tinnitus symptoms and increase the chances of a ‘remission day’.
Kenneth Rawling

16. Cortical auditory evoked potentials, brain signal variability and cognition as biomarkers to detect the presence of chronic tinnitus
Emilie Cardon, Hanne Vermeersch, Iris Joossen, Laure Jacquemin, Griet Mertens, Olivier M. Vanderveken, Marc J.W. Lammers, Paul Van de Heyning, Vincent Van Rompaey, Annick Gilles

17. Psychoacoustic and psychometric phenotype of tinnitus in patients with Vestibular Migraine.
Elisheba Del Mar Haro Hernández, Jose Antonio Lopez-Escamez, Patricia Perez-Carpena

18. Tinnitus impact in cochlear implant recipients: a mixed-method approach
Kelly Assouly, Remo A. G. J. Arts, Petra L. Graham, Bas van Dijk, Chris J. James

19. Protective effect of memantine against cisplatin-induced apoptosis in auditory cells
Dabin Lee

20. The association between tinnitus–related distress and depression severity during tinnitus–treatment
Cosima Lukas

21. Efficacy of tVNS and tRNS in Reducing Tinnitus Symptoms and Modulating Cortical Activity: A Comparative Study
Hyunjoon Shim, Eun Bit Bae

22. A patient perspective on definitions for tinnitus and tinnitus disorder
Nic Wray, Georgina Burns-O'Connell, Lucy Potter, Tinnitus UK Consultation Group

23. Brain abnormalities moderate tinnitus distress in the hearing loss people: a structural and functional MRI study
Chien-Yu Hsueh, Chii-Yuan Huang, Albert Chih-Chieh Yang

24. Expression of circadian clock genes in leukocytes of patients with tinnitus
Chung-feng Hwang

25. Tinnitus brain: a functional reorganization?
Marie Detroz, R. Panda, L. Tshibanda, S. Laureys, P. Lefebvres

26. Analysis of auditory brainstem response (ABR) and distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAE) results in unilateral tinnitus patients with normal hearing
Jae-Seon Park, Hyun-Seok Kang, Jung-Yup Lee, Min-Beom Kim

27. Level of immediate response of tinnitus in hearing and aid fitting
Nikolaos Markatos, Evgenia Vassou, Zoi Zachou, Dimitrios Kikidis

28. Chronic tinnitus and the time paradox
Nicolas Dauman, Alain Londero

29. Preliminary results of AudioVitality’s low frequency bimodal stimulation on tinnitus burden
Falco Enzler

30. Establishing a Core Domain Set for early-phase clinical trials of electrical stimulation interventions for tinnitus: an e-Delphi survey and consensus meeting
Bas Labree, Kathryn Fackrell, Deborah A Hall, Lauren E Gascoyne, Magdalena Sereda

31. The role of physical activity and lifestyle in tinnitus severity
Antonios Chalimourdas, Dominique Hansen, Kenneth Verboven, Sarah Michiels

32. Contribution of tinnitus in reluctance to hearing aid adoption from the patients’ viewpoints
Eun Jin Son, Seung Ho Shin, Yuri Ko, Seon Ju Lee

33. Intratympanic Botulinum Toxin Injection as a New Therapeutic Modality for Middle Ear Myoclonic Tinnitus: An Animal Study
Jung Mee Park, Min Jung Kim, Jae Sang Han, So Young Park, Shi Nae Park

34. Differences in quality of life, cognition and sleep between individuals with acute tinnitus, chronic tinnitus and no tinnitus.
Lucas De Boever, Katrien Kestens, Sofie Degeest, Hannah Keppler

35. Auditory brainstem responses in patients with acute and chronic tinnitus: contribution of sensorineural hearing deficits
Pauline Devolder, Sarineh Keshishzadeh, Baziel Taghon, Hannah Keppler, Ingeborg Dhooge, Sarah Verhulst

36. Initial Response to Combination Therapies for Tinnitus: Lessons Learned from a Retrospective Analysis
Ho Yun Lee, Jae Ho Chung

37. Forget the Phantom! To all sufferers, tinnitus is a very real auditory phenomenon - but why is it there at all?
Peter Hampton

38. Surgical Outcomes of Sigmoid Sinus Resurfacing and the Efficacy of Water Occlusion Test for Pulsatile Tinnitus
Jae-Hyun Seo, Ji Hyung Lim, Jae Sang Han, Shi Nae Park

39. Translation and validation of Tinnitus Primary Function Questionnaire in European Portuguese
Antonio Vasco Oliveira,Maria Ana Capelas,Paulo Cardoso do Carmo

40. Characterizing responders to sound therapy: an eHealth perspective.
Nina Wunder, Winfried Schlee, Berthold Langguth