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The Buzz on Tinnitus

The Buzz on Tinnitus

What you think you hear and what the brain has to say

Tinnitus is a mystery to medical science, although commonly thought of as ringing in the ears; tinnitus is in fact the result of changes in, and processing, by the brain.

The University of Auckland's Head of Audiology Dr Grant Searchfield will examine past and current models of how we hear tinnitus and how we might change what the brain hears.

When: Monday 19 May 2014, 7pm

Where: AMRF Auditorium

Ground Floor, Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences

The University of Auckland

85 Park Road, Grafton, Auckland

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