Unification of Treatments and Interventions for Tinnitus Patients - UNITI

Dr Raj Shekhawat, associate professor for audiology at University College London (UCL) and speaker of our project advisory board, recently presented UNITI and its ambitions to the participants of the renowned UCL Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Masterclass!

Thank you very much for making UNITI known in this extraordinary setting! 

Furthermore, Dr Shekhawat also recorded a short summary presentation of UNITI at our recent Kick-Off Meeting in Athens, to be accessed here (YouTube).

Tinnitus TalkWe were delighted to welcome Tinnitus Hub, the most important online information platform for tinnitus patients as well as support group, with their forum Tinnitus Talk, and their director Hazel Goedhart, to our UNITI Kick-Off-Meeting in Athens (see report here).

We are especially grateful that Hazel will contribute her perspective and invalualbe experience to UNITI as a member of the project Advisory Board. Hazel now kindly shared relevant information and her views on Tinnitus Talk, and the corresponding forum thread can be accessed and contributed to here.

We thank Hazel and all the Tinnitus Hub team very much for their input and are immensely looking forward to working closely and fruitfully with this and the other patient organisations involved in UNITI towards a better understanding and treatment of the condition.

UNITI kick off 500pxWith our project officially having started on January 1, 2020, we were already very much looking forward to our UNITI Kick-Off-Meeting, which has now taken place from January 15 - 17, 2020 upon invitation of our Greek consortium partners, the Institute of Computer Science and Communication (ICCS) of the National Technological University of Athens (NTUA).

It was an intensive time of meetings with fruitful discussions and exchange, during which important decisions have been reached, but as well of getting together and celebrating the start of our common research endeavours towards a "Unification of Treatments and Interventions for Tinnitus Patients", the long form of our project acronym UNITI!

We would like to thank all organisers of this crucial event very much for their most valuable contribution and already looking forward to our next meetings and towards moving UNITI further!

uniti press 500pxWe are delighted to say that the announcement of European Union funding for UNITI under the Horizon 2020 Framework (Grant Agreement no. 848261) has already attracted some media attention throughout Europe!

In Germany, the location of our coordinating institution, the University Hospital of Regensburg, several news media have reported on our project, among them the Bayerischer Rundfunk (Munich), the Mittelbayerische Zeitung (Regensburg), and the University of Regensburg!

The corresponding articles (in German) can be found below:

Bayerischer RundfunkMittelbayerische ZeitungUniversität RegensburgNeue Zürcher Zeitung

We are looking forward to more reports and feedback as UNITI progresses and will be sharing all of them on this website and on our social media platforms!

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