Update 2020: Research prize Tinnitus & Hearing

Tinnitus isn't stopped by COVID-19!

Once again this year, the German Tinnitus and Hearing Charité Foundation is supporting research projects on tinnitus and the suffering of the ear with its research prize. Due to the current situation, it will be awarded in a virtual award ceremony.

The prize, which is endowed with 10,000 euros, is donated by Restrukturierungspartner RSP GmbH & Co. KG.

It will honour outstanding achievements in the field of cause research, early detection and therapy of tinnitus and hearing damage. Habilitations (post-doctorale thesis), published excellent scientific papers (both not older than two years) or presentations of planned research projects can be submitted.

The application deadline is 15th September 2020.

The submitted papers will be reviewed and evaluated by the Foundation's Scientific Advisory Board. Due to COVID-19, the winner will be presented during the virtual award ceremony on December 3, 2020. Further information will follow at short notice.

Applicants can find further information here: PDF download.

Review 2019:
The award went to to Dr. Christopher Cederroth, working at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm last year. He received the prize for his translational work in the field of basic research on tinnitus and hearing loss.