The European Tinnitus Network
EUTINNET was founded in 2019 under the umbrella of the German Foundation Tinnitus & Hearing Charité. The network unites numerous European tinnitus self-help organisations and is in active exchange with leading ENT universities and research institutions in Europe.
The common goal is to promote transfer of knowledge on treatment options for tinnitus and other hearing impairments in the member countries, to organise research projects and to create even more awareness for the careful handling of hearing through communication and education.
Please find detailed information on our goals in our information flyer:
The Top 5 EUTINNET Goals (PDF, 226 KB)
Across Europe, millions of people suffer from chronic tinnitus or diseases of the inner ear, such as hearing loss, hyperacusis or Meniere’s disease. These can lead to a severe restriction of quality of life and performance in both the professional and private spheres.
The EUTINNET specialists bring their many years of expertise from the fields of ENT medicine, psychosomatics and psychology to promote the Europe-wide exchange between scientists and self-help-organisations and to realise joint research projects.
Dr. med. Eberhard Biesinger
Prof. Dr. Birgit Mazurek
Chairwoman of the Board, Tinnitus & Hearing Foundation Charité
Director Tinnituszentrum Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany
Prof. Dr. Christian Dobel
Chairman of the Scientific Board, Tinnitus & Hearing Foundation Charité
Professor for Experimental ENT Science, ENT Clinic, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany