The coronavirus pandemic caused laboratories around the world to close, leaving researchers scrambling to protect and preserve their tinnitus investigations. For some, the shutdown opened a window to focus on data analysis and grant applications. For others, it generated anxiety about future funding and completing current research. What is certain is the impact will be felt for years.
In this issue, you’ll discover:
- What happened to tinnitus research in laboratories around the world
- How lab closures impact ongoing investigations
- What researchers discovered about the pandemic’s impact on tinnitus patients
- The use of technology to conduct research
- How telehealth is becoming a reality
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The Editorial Team, Tinnitus Today
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