Twelve papers have been shortlisted for the 2017 Marie & Jack Shapiro Prize. The prize is given each year at the BTA Conference to the piece of published research from the last year, by a UK based author, ‘most likely to result in improved understanding and/or treatment of tinnitus.’

The Prize is intended to encourage researchers and others to develop an interest in tinnitus and to recognise their efforts. The prize is named after the late Jack Shapiro, the founder of the BTA, and his wife Marie.

Shortlisted papers this year are: