Professional racing champion Wolfgang Reip has announced he suffers from severe hyperacusis as the result of several acoustic traumas during his racing career.

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A clinical trail has started using a novel hyperacusis hybrid device which was developed by Dr. Craig Formby and Dr. David Eddins of the University of South Florida.  Learn how to participate.

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Sufferers are from all walks of life. Hyperacusis often has a significant impact on every part of a person’s life, from their work, their home environment, and virtually every social setting.

In Memory of Bryan Pollard

(The photo shows, from left, Betsy Maholchic, Leslie Liberman, Charlie Liberman PhD, Bryan Pollard and Michael Maholchic.) We are devastated to report that Bryan Pollard, our founder and shining star, has died. Bryan singlehandedly created an entire new diagnosis in...

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Hyperacusis Research Supports 2022 Research Grant

Pictured: Megan Beers Wood Along with our partner, the Hearing Health Foundation, we are excited to announce our Emerging Research Grant for 2022.  This grant demonstrates our commitment to uncover the mechanisms associated with hyperacusis on our path to a cure.  We...

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Hyperacusis Research Names Interim President

To focus on some health challenges, longtime President of Hyperacusis Research Bryan Pollard will scale back his work and board member Michael Maholchic will serve as interim President through December 31, 2022. Bryan has served as President since the incorporation of...

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