Clinical study results showcased at the 3rd Annual International Conference of Music & Medicine held at University of Toronto!

Neuroscientists, physicians, music therapists, and other researchers from all around the world have come together for an inspiring week of communicating the most up-to-date research findings in the area of music and medicine at University of Toronto. Our clinical study results generated high interest among researchers and scholars attending the conference. We received a lot of discussion about the positive results of the 3-month follow-up of our randomized controlled trial, and raised awareness of our treatment as one of the most evidence-based, fast-acting, and clinically effective treatment for tinnitus. From this conference, connections for potential future collaborations with international leaders were established.

Please click here for an example of our work being communicated to international experts in music and medicine at the conference. 

Want to find out more about the conference? Please go to http://www.iammcanada.com/

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  1. Shelly-Anne
    Shelly-Anne says:

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    Alex Ber

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