Do you have tinnitus and want to participate in research projects on tinnitus? Below is a list of research projects that are currently recruiting.

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With the TrackYourTinnitus App you can track your individual tinnitus perception with modern smart phone applications. You can systematically investigate the variation of your tinnitus and find out how it is associated with your daily routine and activities. TrackYourTinnitus is available for Android and iOS devices. The app is free of charge and there are no advertisements. The data will be used for scientific purposes to improve our understanding of the daily variations of tinnitus. 

Find out more here: https://trackyourtinnitus.org

The Central Sensory Processes (CSP) Laboratory at the University of Texas at Austin invites individuals experiencing tinnitus to participate in a non-invasive EEG study examining the brain’s response to sound. Participants will be compensated for their time. Please contact Dr. Julia Campbell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. This study is funded by the Hearing Health Foundation and Les Paul Foundation.

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