Confirmed Speakers

Dr Hashir Aazh

Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust, UK

Topic:

Audiologist-Delivered Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Hyperacusis and Misophonia


Dr Angela Alexander

Auditory Processing Institute, Australia

Topic:

Auditory Training Case Study: Hyperacusis Post Cochlear Concussion


Professor Brian C.J. Moore

University of Cambridge, UK

Topic:

Audiological and Other Factors Predicting the Presence of Misophonia Symptoms Among a Clinical Population Seeking Help for Tinnitus And/or Hyperacusis


Dr Sofie Fredriksson/h3>

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Topic:

Occupational Noise Exposure and Hyperacusis Among Female Workers in Sweden – A Hazard Found Below the Current Limit Level


Professor Piotr Henryk Skarzynski

Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Poland

Topic:

Tinnitus Changes After Hearing Implants


Dr Laure Jacquemin

Antwerp University Hospital, Belgium

Topic:

Exploratory Study on the Role of Somatic Modulation in Hyperacusis


Professor Ali A. Danesh

Florida Atlantic University, USA

Topic:

Hyperacusis Impact Questionnaire (HIQ) and Sound Sensitivity Symptoms Questionnaire (SSSQ)


Dr Fatima Husain

University of Illinois, USA

Topic:

Relationship Between Misophonia, Hyperacusis and Tinnitus: An Online Survey Study


Dr Zach Rosenthal

Duke University, USA

Topic:

Which DSM-5 Diagnoses and Medical Health Problems are Associated with Misophonia? Results from a Large Phenotyping Study Using SCID-5 Interviews


Dr Hannah Keppler

Ghent University, Belgium

Topic:

Validity and Reliability of the Hyperacusis Impact Questionnaire (HIQ) Translated to Dutch


Dr Jaelline Jaffe

SensitiveToSound.com, USA

Topic:

CBT/DBT+: Case Studies Involving A Unique Approach to Management of Misophonia


Dr Danuta Raj-Koziak

Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Poland

Topic:

Decreased Sound Tolerance in Tinnitus Patients


Elaheh Bahramian

Iran University of Medical Sciences, Iran

Topic:

Effect of Speech Recognition in Noise (White Noise) Training on Children With Sensory Processing Disorder (SPDs) And Hyperacusis


Dr Tana Carson

Florida International University, USA

Topic:

The Development of a Paediatric Misophonia and Hyperacusis Questionnaire


Dr Jane Gregory

University of Oxford, UK

Topic:

What Changes During CBT for Misophonia, and When?


Mercede Erfanian

University College London, UK

Topic:

Neurophysiology of Misophonia


Dr Bridget Dibb

University of Surrey, UK

Topic:

The Development and Validation of the Misophonia Response Scale


Dr Prashanth Prabhu

All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, India

Topic:

Evaluation of Efferent Auditory System Functioning in Adults With Misophonia


Dr Kathryn Fackrell

University of Nottingham, UK

Topic:

‘It’s Not Just Me!’ a Qualitative Interview Exploring the Experiences, Needs and Challenges of Living With Hyperacusis


Marta Siepsiak

University of Warsaw, Poland

Topic:

Misophonia, Temperamental Traits, and Psychopathology: A Report From a Face-To-Face Study


Nico Remmert

Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Topic:

How About … No? – Using Missing Responses and Response Times to Model Misophonic Avoidance Behaviour


Justyna Kutyba

Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing, Poland

Topic:

Effectiveness of Tinnitus Therapy Using a Mobile Application


Imke Jana Hrycyk

University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Topic:

Comparing Neural Correlates of Tinnitus With and Without Co-occurrence of Hyperacusis Based on Auditory Brainstem Responses


Rachel Guetta

Duke University, USA

Topic:

Development and Administration of a Semi-structured Clinical Interview for Misophonia


Iskra Potgieter

University of Nottingham, UK

Topic:

Hyperacusis in Children – A Thematic Analysis of Discussions in Online Forums


Sajana Aryal

All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, India

Topic:

Misophonia: Prevalence, Impact and Co-morbidity Among University Students in India – A Survey


Jakob Wertz

University of Tübingen, Germany

Topic:

Can Functional Biomarkers Differentiate Tinnitus and Tinnitus With Co-occurring Hyperacusis?


Fatma Kula

University of Surrey, UK

Topic:

Validity and Reliability of English Version of MisoQuest and Its Correlation With Misophonia Impact Questionnaire (MIQ), Hyperacusis Impact Questionnaire (HIQ) And Sound Sensitivity Symptoms Questionnaire (SSSQ).