Tinnitus Talk is a podcast about all things tinnitus. We aim to engage and inform you, bringing you fresh insights and updates on research, treatments, personal experiences and public awareness.
Our hosts (who all have tinnitus themselves) interview tinnitus researchers, healthcare providers and advocates. We bring you real life stories from tinnitus patients. And we’ll update you on the latest developments in the field and in the patient community.
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The Man Who Donated a Million Dollars to Tinnitus Research
What would you be willing to pay to get rid of your tinnitus?
It’s the Data, Stupid! - Christopher Cederroth and David Stockdale
Learn about biobanks and tinnitus data.
Tinnitus Realities - Steve and Sean
What is it really like living with tinnitus? Hazel speaks with Steve and Sean.
Tinnitus, Ingrained in the Brain? - Prof. Dirk De Ridder
Can psychedelics 'detach' the brain from tinnitus?
The Sound of Science - Otonomy
Will Otonomy’s tinnitus drug also work for chronic cases?
Objectifying Tinnitus - The Bionics Institute
Can we measure the intangible nature of tinnitus?
Hope for a treatment is all we have right now. Thank God there are people that invest their time and efforts to a future possible life changing treatment.
Thanks to Brian for his donation that heads research in that direction
I recommend this podcast! Great scientific information about tinnitus and hearing conditions.
-Ben Thompson, AuD - host of the Pure Tinnitus & Hearing Podcast
In Search of a Tinnitus Cure
Hazel with Tinniitus Talk and Dr. Rauschecker from Georgetown University talk about their own tinnitus, about Dr.Rauscheckers past research, his current hypotheses and future research he is currently planning. Anyone with bothersome tinnitus will appreciate it when Dr Rauschecker describes how underappreciated tinnitus is, the lack of funding and inadequate resources available for tinnitus research. I recommend that you allow adequate time to listen to the entire podcast. The last part of the discussion centers around what the tinnitus community can do about the current situation. You will be both grateful and inspired by this man who really gets it and his search for a cure.