TECHNOLOGY

Neuromod™ develops proprietary neuromodulation technologies designed to address pathologies, which are believed to give rise to illusory perceptions, such as tinnitus. These technologies utilise bi-modal neuromodulation and aim to promote positive therapeutic change within the human nervous system. Neuromod is committed to designing technologies that deliver effective targeted treatments that result in real therapeutic benefit and lasting improvement in the quality of patients’ lives.

Clincal Research

Neuromod™ is committed to the advancement of clinical research in neuromodulation and tinnitus. The company is enaging with leading clinical and scientific researchers, establishing collaborations and conducting research programs that will build on and advance our understanding of tinnitus.

  • An Investigation of Feasibility and Safety of Bi-Modal Stimulation for the Treatment of Tinnitus: An Open-Label Pilot Study  C. Hamilton, S. D'Arcy, B. A. Pearlmutter, G. Crispino, E. C. Lalor, B. J. Conlon. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface, June 16th 2016.
  • Multi-modal Auditory-Somatosensory Neuromodulation for Tinnitus: Patient Suitability Characteristics and Further Studies R. O’Neill, C. Hamilton, B. A. Pearlmutter, G. Crispino, S. D'Arcy, B. Conlon. Proceedings of the Fifty Fifth Annual Meeting of the Irish Otolaryngology Society / Head and Neck Society, October 10-11th 2014.
  • Impact of acoustic and tactile multi-modal neuromodulation on objective and subjective measures of tinnitus C. Hamilton, B. Pearlmutter , B. Conlon and G. Crispino. Abstracts of the Fourth Joint Annual Conference, Experimental and Clinical Short Papers Meetings of the British Society of Audiology, International Journal of Audiology 2014; 53: 641–696.
  • Impact of acoustic and tactile multi-modal neuromodulation on objective and subjective measures of permanent intractable tinnitus R. O’Neill, C. Hamilton, B. Pearlmutter, G. Crispino, S. Hughes, B. Conlon. Proceedings of the Fifty Fourth Annual Meeting of the Irish Otolaryngology Society / Head and Neck Society, October 10-11th 2013.