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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...

2020 Hyperacusis Research Benefit Event

2020 Hyperacusis Research Benefit Event

Hyperacusis Research is excited to present this free webinar that will focus on two key mechanisms of hyperacusis with pain. Listen to leading researchers Arnaud Noreña from Aix-Marseille Université and Megan Beers Wood from Johns Hopkins describe their novel research. Please join us for this event.

Hyperacusis at the 2019 University of Iowa Conference

Hyperacusis at the 2019 University of Iowa Conference

Hyperacusis Research president Bryan Pollard spoke to doctors and audiologists at the University of Iowa’s 27th Annual International Conference on the Management of the Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Patient.  Bryan’s topic was “Clinical Advancements for Managing...

Hyperacusis Research Supports 2019 Research Grant

Hyperacusis Research Supports 2019 Research Grant

Along with our partner, the Hearing Health Foundation, we are excited to announce our Emerging Research Grant for 2019. This grant demonstrates our commitment to uncover mechanisms of hyperacusis and accelerate the path to a cure.

Highlights from the 2019 ARO Research Conference

Highlights from the 2019 ARO Research Conference

Hyperacusis Research continued the focus on collaboration with researchers at the 2019 Association of Research for Otolaryngology Midwinter meeting. Read about the Hyperacusis Alliance event where over 30 researchers reviewed the latest research.

Hyperacusis Article in ENT & AUDIOLOGY NEWS

Hyperacusis Article in ENT & AUDIOLOGY NEWS

For a piece in ENT & Audiology News, Hyperacusis Research president Bryan Pollard wrote a piece entitled “Unravelling the mystery of hyperacusis with pain.” Pain has often been completely overlooked as a component of hyperacusis. The word “hyperacusis” has more...

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