Professional racing champion Wolfgang Reip has announced he suffers from severe hyperacusis as the result of several acoustic traumas during his racing career.
If you have hyperacusis, start here. This is your chance to have a real influence in helping researchers understand life with hyperacusis.
We are a non-profit charity dedicated to the development of effective treatments for hyperacusis and to funding research which will eliminate the underlying mechanisms that cause hyperacusis.
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.
Karen Cook, a former flight attendant, shared her story with the BBC, describing how pain hyperacusis has so drastically altered her life.
Meet the board of Hyperacusis Research! Our friends at Tinnitus Hub kindly made this video introducing people to three of our board members. We are dedicated to promoting research for a cure and improving the lives of those suffering from hyperacusis. You will hear...
2024 research grant awarded – FOXG1 gene mutation-caused hyperacusis—a novel model to study hyperacusis
Hyperacusis Research is pleased to announce a new research grant for 2024 funded by us, and awarded through our partner, Hearing Health Foundation. The recipient of the 2024 grant is Wei Sun, Ph.D., of the University at Buffalo. The title of the new research project...