The 1st International Conference on Pharmacology & Gene Therapy for Tinnitus

April 2024


The aim of this conference is to bring together researchers and clinicians from the fields of hearing science, pharmacology, and gene therapy to share their perspectives and scientific discoveries that can guide future development of tinnitus treatments. 

Virtual Event Based in The UK

28th June 2024

Target audience: Healthcare professionals and members of public are welcome to attend.

Provisional programme

**Notice: The times shown here are based on British Summer Time (BST).**

Time (UK time) Title Speaker
2:00 PM -2:15 PM Introduction to pharmacology and gene therapy for tinnitus conference Dr Hashir Aazh

Hashir International Specialist Clinics & Research Institute for Misophonia, Tinnitus and Hyperacusis, UK 

2:15 PM- 2:40 PM Need for objective functional biomarkers to find druggable targets for tinnitus with and without hyperacusis. Professor Marlies Knipper Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Hearing Research Centre Tübingen, University of Tübingen, Germany
2:40 PM- 3:05 PM Psychoacoustic measures that may be related to the development and evaluation of pharmacological and gene therapies for tinnitus. Professor Brian C. J. Moore Cambridge Hearing Group, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge, UK
3:05 PM- 3:30 PM Exploring the intersection of chronic tinnitus and neuroinflammation: Insights from experimental and clinical perspectives. Professor Sven Vanneste Trinity College Institute, Ireland
3:30 PM- 3:55 PM Using brain region-specific pharmacological approaches to study the neural basis for tinnitus. Dr. Sarah Hayes

Department of Otolaryngology, University of Rochester Medical Center, USA

3:55 PM-4:20 PM Measuring tinnitus and reactions for clinical trials. Professor Richard S. Tyler Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery and Communication Sciences and Disorders, The University of Iowa, USA
4:20 PM-4:45 PM Noise and gene mutation caused hyperacusis in animal models Dr Wei Sun

State University of New York at Buffalo, USA

4:45 PM-5:10 PM What our genome is hiding from us? Exploring the genetic factors associated with tinnitus. Professor Ali A. Danesh Florida Atlantic University, USA
5:10 PM-5:35 PM Pharmacologic methods for inducing tinnitus and hyperacusis and novel drug treatment. Professor Richard Salvi University at Buffalo, New York, USA
5:35 PM- 6:00 PM Q & A, Conclusions & Future directions Panel



Standard registration fee: £95

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    For Hearing Healthcare Professionals