The British Tinnitus Association publish the new edition of the Annual Tinnitus Research Review

“The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) has a two-fold mission. One of these aims is to drive and demand progress towards a cure. We hope that the publication of the Annual Tinnitus Research Review (ATRR) will inform, educate and inspire researchers and clinicians working towards this goal.”

The British Tinnitus Association publish the new edition of the Annual Tinnitus Research Review

The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) is delighted to announce the publication of the second edition of the new Annual Tinnitus Research Review. It can be downloaded online at the BTA site and printed and bound copies are available from the BTA by contacting them on 0114 250 9933 or


In the Annual Tinnitus Research Review, an invited panel of international experts each took a theme in tinnitus research to review, bringing an in-depth consideration of the new knowledge regarding tinnitus and hyperacusis, and where that takes us in understanding and developing new and effective treatments.


Themes discussed include:

The neuroscience of tinnitus – Dr William Sedley

Hearing aids and combination devices – Dr Grant D Searchfield

Cochlear implants and tinnitus – Dr Robery H Pierzycki & Dr Pádraig T Kitterick

The pharmacology of tinnitus: ototoxicity and treatment – Professor David Baguley

Internet based treatments for tinnitus – Dr Derek J Hoare

Technological management of tinnitus – Don McFerran

Hyperacusis and misophonia – Professor David Baguley

There are also interviews with Dr James Henry and Dr Susanne Nemholt Rosing, who give their personal perspectives on tinnitus research.


Dr David Baguley, Professor in Hearing Sciences at the University of Nottingham and Deputy Director at NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre, who co-edited the review commented: “The Annual Tinnitus Research Review is a valuable opportunity to enable busy clinicians to keep up to date with research in tinnitus and related fields, but also for us as a community to reflect each year upon recent progress, and where further efforts and resources are needed.”