Publications

Publications of Multidisciplinary Tinnitus Rehabilitation

(MTR) project

 

Conferences:

1. I.G. Toostani, Y. Zana, A.C.B. Delbem, S.S. Sani, H. Ekhtiari and T.G. Sanchez; “Neurofunctional Tinnitus model: A cognitive way to explain the development of tinnitus distress from a neutral phantom sound”, (2016), TRI2016, Nottingham, UK, March.
2. I.G. Toostani, H. Jalilvand, A.C.B. Delbem, and T.G. Sanchez; “Decision support system can improve accuracy and time efficacy evaluation of tinnitus psychoacoustic parameters”, (2016), TRI2016, Nottingham, UK, March.
3. I.G. Toostani, A. Delbem, T.G. Sanchez , H. Ekhtiari,“ Framework model of Transcranial Electrical
Stimulation (TES) research trials to clinical protocol recommendation?
”, (2015), International Conference on Clinical Trials, USA, Florida, Orlando, July.
4. I.G. Toostani, A. Delbem , T.G. Sanchez,“IS CURRENT CLINICAL ASSESSMENT ADEQUATE TO EVALUATE TINNITUS BOTHERSOME?”, (2015), 9th International TRI Tinnitus Conference, USA, Ann Arbor, June.
5. Toostani, I.GU; Ekhtiari, HU; UJangholi, N; Delbem, A. C. B. “TINNITUS NEUROFUNCTIONAL MODEL: EMERGENCE OF THE ROLE OF ATTENTION ALLOCATION AND PHANTOM SOUND VALUATION ON THE CLINICAL TINNITUS SYMPTOMS”, (2014), Poster, VI International Symposium on Neuromodulation, São Paulo, Brazil, August.
6. I.G. Toostani, H. Ekhtiari, N. Jangholi, A.C.B. Delbem, “TINNITUS NEUROFUNCTIONAL MODEL: TINNITUS CLINICAL SYMPTOMS GENERATION AND MAINTENANCE”, (2014),38th SBNeC congress, Brazil, RJ, Buzios.
7. Jangholi. N, Ghodrati Toostani. I, Claessens. P. M. E, “THE RELATION BETWEEN TINNITUS LOUDNESS, SLEEP DISORDERS AND EMOTIONAL DISTRESS”, (2014), 8th International TRI Tinnitus Conference, New Zealand, Auckland, April,
8. Ghodrati Toostani. I, Fattahzade. A, Jangholi. N,“ TINNITUS CLINICAL SYMPTOMS GENERATION AND MAINTENANCE”, (2014), 8PthP International TRI Tinnitus Conference, New Zealand, Auckland, April,
9. Jangholi. N, Ghodrati Toostani. I, Claessens. P. M. E, “No evidence for relationship between subjective tinnitus loudness and psychological factors”, (2013), 2nd Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Congress, Iran, Tehran, October.
10. Ghodrati Toostani. I, “Confirmatory Study for a Neurofunctional Tinnitus Model using tDCS and rsFMRI”, (2013), 2nd Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Congress, Iran, Tehran, October.
11. Ghodrati Toostani. I, “The role of the top-down attention process in tinnitus initialization”, (2013), 2nd Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Congress, Iran, Tehran, October.
12. Jangholi. N, UToostani. I.GU, Claessens, P. M. E., “Subjective tinnitus loudness is not associated with impairment in quality of sleep”, (2013), 2nd Brazilian Meeting on Brain and Cognition, Brazil, Santo Andre, September.
13. Ghodrati Toostani. I, zana .Y, “CLINICALLY-SIGNIFICANT TINNITUS SYMPTOMS: THE ROLE OF TOP-DOWN COGNITIVE PROCESSES “, (2013), 7th conference Tinnitus research, Spain, Valencia, May.

Journals:

1. I.G. Toostani, Y. Zana, A.C.B. Delbem, S.S. Sani, H. Ekhtiari and T.G. Sanchez; “Theoretical Tinnitus framework: A Neurofunctional Model”, (2016), January, submitted to Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience, Frontiers, under peer review.
2. I.G. Toostani, M. Torabi-Nami, A.C.B. Delbem, and T.G. Sanchez” The sleep toll on tinnitus road; a brief review based on the Neurofunctional tinnitus model” (2016), March, submitted to Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience, Frontiers, under peer review
3. Ehsan Rezayat, Iman GodratiToostani; “An Introductory Literature Review on Brain Stimulation Using Low Intensity Focused Ultrasound”, (2015), July, submitted to Basic and Clinical neuroscience journal, under final stage of publication.
4. Ghodratitoostani I, C.B.Delbem A, Torabi-Nami M, Makkiabadi B, Jalilvand H, Sanchez TG. Theoretical Tinnitus Multimodality Framework: A Neurofunctional Model. Journal of Advanced Medical Sciences and Applied Technologies 2016;2(1): 181-189
5. Farrokhi H, Toostani IG, Farasatkhah M, Ekhtiari H. Sustainable Development of Cognitive Science and Technology Ecosystem; an Overview to the “Human Brain Project” as a Functioning Sample. Basic and Clinical Neuroscience. 2014;5(1):4-10.
6. Narges Jangholi, Iman G.Toostani and Peter M. E. Claessens; “Emotional Distress but Not Tinnitus Loudness is Associated to Quality of Sleep in Tinnitus Patients”, (2015), December, submitted to Ear and Hearing journal, under peer review.