Current ATA Research

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

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ATA-Funded Research in 2021/22

This year, the ATA Board of Directors approved $265,000 of total funding to support four unique and particularly-promising tinnitus research projects. 

Clinical Implementation of Novel Tool for Pediatric Tinnitus: The Young-Persons Tinnitus Screener And The Young-Persons Tinnitus Inventory
Natalie Macaruso, MD, University of Toronto / Hospital for Sick Children
Funding: $25,000
Roadmap to a Cure Pathways: C

The Use of Sound Therapy to Improve Sleep And Tinnitus: A Placebo-Controlled Ecological Study
Sylvie Hébert, PhD, University of Montreal
Funding: $60,000
Roadmap to a Cure Pathways: E

Serum Prestin as a Biomarker for Tinnitus
Kourosh Parham, MD, PhD, University of Connecticut Health
Funding: $60,000
Roadmap to a Cure Pathways: C

The Molecular Mechanism of Tinnitus: Probing Deficiencies in GABAergic Inhibition With GABA-edited MR Spectroscopy and [11 C]Flumazenil PET
Pim van Dijk, PhD, University Medical Center Groningen
Funding: $60,000
Roadmap to a Cure Pathways: D, E

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.