The Inner Ear Biology Workshops IEB are annually organized throughout Academic Centers in Europe, with the objective of a free exchange of scientific accomplishments in the area of Inner Ear Biology. Interested scientists are welcome to attend the workshops and present their results as oral or poster presentations.


The next IEB workshop, together with a Symposium, is to be held in

Due to the outbreak of SARS-Cov-2 (COVID-19)

the conference has been postponed to 2021

Trieste, Italy

New: 11. - 14. September 2021

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Next IEB Workshops:


11. - 14. September 2021:

IRCCS materno infantile Burlo Garofolo, Trieste, Italy

Chairs: Prof. Paolo Gasparini & Giorgia Girotto


New deadlines:

15th April 2021: abstract submission deadline
30th April 2021: abstract acceptance notification
31st May 2021: early registration fee & deadline for authors’ registration
11th September 2021: Start of Symposium
12th September 2021: Start of IEB Workshop




UCL Ear Institute, London, England

Chair: Prof. Jonathan Gale

Website and date: to be announced



Instituto de Investigación Biosanitaria de Granada,

Granada, Spain

Chair: Prof. Jose Antonio López Escámez

Website and date: to be announced



Expressions of Interest




University Medical Center Utrecht, Dept. Otorhinolaryngology,

Utrecht, Netherlands

Chair: Prof. Robert Stokroos & Prof. Huib Versnel

Website: to be announced




University of Tübingen, Dept. Otorhinolaryngology,

Tübingen, Germany

Chairs: Prof. Hubert Löwenheim & Prof. Anthony W. Gummer

Website: to be announced







Due to the outbreak of SARS-Cov-2 (COVID-19) the conference has been postponed to 11. - 14. September 2021



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Last Site Update : 13-04-2021