Duke CMER collaborators, Dr. Kibby McMahon and Dr. Clair Robbins, discuss the unified protocol for misophonia treatment in a Psychology Today article written by Dr. Jennifer Brout.
Duke CMER Director, Dr. Zach Rosenthal, was quoted in an article discussing noise-cancelling headphones that can be trained using AI technology to detect and filter out sounds based on their semantic category, rather than frequency or volume.
Psyche Magazine published an article on misophonia research, featuring quotes from Duke CMER's Director, Dr. Zach Rosenthal.
Duke CMER has received a new $1.25 million, five-year gift from an anonymous family that builds on their previous commitment, which established the Center in 2019.
Duke CMER's Dr. Zach Rosenthal is featured on the UA Brain Matters podcast discussing misophonia.