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Hearing_and_Speech_Lab

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Hello! We are a team of researchers at University of California Irvine studying how the ear and brain work together to perceive sound.  We are trying to learn more about what might be going on in the ear and brain with hyperacusis, and we are always looking for people with hyperacusis who are interested in coming to our lab to participate in our research.  If you'd like to learn more about us, here is our lab website. http://hesp.ent.uci.edu

If you live in Southern California near Irvine and are interested, here is a survey you can fill out. Please be sure to include your contact info if you'd like us to contact you about coming to the lab.  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YW2PLZG  

To be clear, this is not a treatment study and we don't promise any benefit, but we hope to learn things that could lead to better treatment for hyperacusis in the future.

Thanks for considering!
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I can testify, that the HESP LAB (Hearing And Speech Lab) at The University of California Irvine, is truly an amazing group of researchers, headed by Professor Dr. Fan-Gang Zeng, who is a leader in Hyperacusis & Tinnitus research. I have been to their labs and have taken part in their research. If you live in the general Southern California areas (Los Angeles, Orange & San Diego Counties) and are able to commute, I highly recommend you visiting their research team. You will be in great hands!
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