Research Abstracts for February 2016 ARO Meeting

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    1. lymebite
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      lymebite Member Benefactor Team Research

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      The Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) will hold its annual meeting February 20-24, 2016 in San Diego, California. The attached PDF document contains all the abstracts for the conference. While it is rather overwhelming - nearly 700 pages - you can do word searches to find abstracts on different topics.

      Here is a list of all the presentations with the word "tinnitus" in the title:

      SYMP 26 - Measurements of Noise-Induced Tinnitus

      SYMP 36 - A direct determination of GABA, glutamate and choline in the auditory pathway of animals with tinnitus, using high resolution point-resolved proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H-MRS).

      SYMP 38 - Single Voxel Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (1HMRS) in Noise and Blast Induced Tinnitus and Vestibular-Related Dysfunctions

      PS 279 - Hyper-Synchrony of Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus Fusiform Cells Correlates with Behavioral Evidence of Tinnitus

      PS 420 - Detailed Analysis of High Frequency Auditory Brainstem Response in Tinnitus Patients: A Preliminary Study

      PS 422 - Transdermal Stimulus-Timing Dependent Plasticity in Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus Reduces Tinnitus in Guinea Pigs

      PS 423 - Analysis of Auditory and Non-Auditory Input in the Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus in a Rat Model of Tinnitus & Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

      PS 424 - Hyperactivity in the inferior colliculus following sound exposure is not well correlated to behavioral evidence of tinnitus in CBA/CaJ mice

      PS 425 - Changes in neural activity in the inferior colliculus following acute electrical stimulation of the round window in an animal model of tinnitus

      PS 427 - Neural Correlates of Noise-induced Tinnitus in Rats: Intra- and Inter-auditory and Nonauditory
      Structures

      PS 428 - Neural Correlates of Residual Inhibition in a Mouse Model of Tinnitus

      PS 429 - Neuroplasticity and Depression in an Animal Model of Tinnitus

      SYMP 53 - Cochlear Damage Related to Tinnitus

      PS 691 - Development of Potent and Selective KCNQ2/3 Potassium Channel Activators as Potential Candidates to Prevent the Development of Tinnitus

      PS 692 - Neural substrates predicting short-term improvement of tinnitus loudness and distress after modified tinnitus retraining treatment

      PS 694 - Tinnitus Treatment with Digisonic SP Cochlear Implant in Single Sided Deafness Patients

      PS 693 - Tinnitus Maskers with Customized Spectra Can Be More Efficient than White Noise

      PS 695 - A Balanced Randomised Placebo Controlled Double-Blind Study to Investigate the Efficacy and Safety of AUT00063 versus Placebo in Subjective Tinnitus: Protocol for a Phase IIa Trial

      PS 696 - Inhibition of L-type Calcium Channels for Preventing Noise Induced Hearing Loss and Tinnitus

      PS 697 - Tetrandrine Reduces Behavioral Indications of Tinnitus in Mice

      PS 744 - Simplifying and speeding-up psychoacoustic measures of tinnitus

      PS 746 - Tinnitus Characteristics in Patients with Menière’s Disease and Normal-Hearing Subjects after Exposure

      PS 747 - Evaluation of an Acoustically Cued Tactile Startle Stimulus to Evaluate “Tinnitus” in Mice

      PS 748 - Development and Validation of an Appetitive Operant Conditioning Model to Screen Rats for Noise-Induced Tinnitus

      PS 749 - Animal behavioral model for the emotional response to tinnitus

      PS 791 - Enhanced Auditory Steady State Responses in Subjective Idiopathic Tinnitus

      PD 186 - Combined Blast- and Concussion-Induced Tinnitus and Hearing Loss in Rats

      PD 187 - Changes of neuronal activities in the auditory pathway on a rat tinnitus model induced by laser-induced shock waves

      PD 188 - Neurochemical Profiles from the Auditory Cortex of Rats with Behavioral Evidence of Tinnitus: Assessment with High Resolution Magic-Angle Spinning Proton Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

      PD 189 - Neuronal Activity in a Model of Noise Induced Tinnitus: A Longitudinal Study

      PD 190 - Hyperacusis and tinnitus: A challenge for age dependent hearing loss?

      PD 191 - Reflex-Based Gap Measurement of Tinnitus in Humans: Results of a Preliminary Study

      PD 192 - Towards a Global Consensus on Outcome Measures for Clinical Trials in Tinnitus

      PD 193 - Development of Dual-Targeted Nanoparticles for Delivery to Tinnitus Affected Brain Regions
       

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    2. Jahhsoul
      Curious

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      Wow that´s a lot of topics! That give me hope =)
       
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    3. tomytl
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      ARO is a great and an important meeting with latest findings in research.
      It's encouraging how many people work on so many aspects of hearing science.

      Thanks for posting
       
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    4. Reinier
      Not amused

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      I am interested to find out what is published after this meeting. Does it happen that scientist and companies (I see that someone from Genvec is participating) wait to publish news at a meeting like this? Could it be that news will be published after it has been a première at this meeting? Same time last year I was not interested because my hearing was not yet an issue.:sleep:
      The topics are interesting indeed.
       
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    5. lymebite
      Breezy

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      My understanding is that as a rule they do not publish papers following the conference. Some of the presentations are new and the authors may plan to publish after announcing results at ARO. Other sessions are presenting work that may already have been published. The main purpose of ARO is to get the medical researchers together at the same place at the same time so they can discuss and ask each other questions, which hopefully leads to new ideas on how to build on the work that each one has done and thereby accelerate the pace of research toward ultimately finding cures.
       
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    6. wizman

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      fireworks
      The Best is the Last poster: nanoparticles in tinnitus brain aera! !!!????
       
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    7. tomytl
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      ARO ist twice a year, it's great for exchange between researchers.
      It's not an event with announcements, it's more to discuss stuff.
      For Genvec, I guess they submitted their papers before the pause of the trial, maybe the researchers there can ask critical questions.
       
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