Current ATA Research

Learn about the American Tinnitus Association's most recently funded tinnitus research grants.

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ATA’s research program is wholly funded by our members — tinnitus patients just like you. Donate to ATA and help us find a cure.

ATA-Funded Research in 2016/17

This year, the ATA Board of Directors approved $156,015 of total funding to support four unique and particularly-promising tinnitus research projects. 

The Role of Cochlear Synaptopathy in Tinnitus
Gabriel Corfas, Ph.D., The Regents of the University of Michigan
Funding: $50,000
Roadmap to a Cure Pathways:

A New Approach to Diagnosing Hyperacusis in Tinnitus Patients
Sarah Theodoroff, Ph.D., National Center for Rehabilitative Research, VA Portland Healthcare System
Funding: $48,820
Roadmap to a Cure Pathways:

Informational Masking and Tinnitus Adaptation (Year 2)
Grant Searchfield, Ph.D., University of Auckland, New Zealand
Funding: $49,531
Roadmap to a Cure Pathways:

Cross-Validation of Two Tinnitus Screening Approaches in Mice (student grant)
Inga Kristaponyte, Northeast Ohio Medical University
Alex Galazyuk, Ph.D., Mentor
Funding: $6,664
Roadmap to a Cure Pathways:

Patient Stories

There are as many experiences of tinnitus as there are people. Learn about the various ways people manage their condition and take back their lives.

Tinnitus Research

ATA is one of the only organizations worldwide funding tinnitus research. Learn about ATA's innovative Roadmap to a Cure, and recently-funded studies.

Treatment Options

Treatment Options

You have choices when it comes to tinnitus treatment. Learn about your options, including general wellness, sound therapy, behavioral therapies and more.