Medical Research Council<br>Institute of Hearing ResearchMedical Research Council
Institute of Hearing Research
Nottingham | Glasgow
Medical Research Council<br>Institute of Hearing ResearchMedical Research Council
Institute of Hearing Research
Nottingham | Glasgow
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Welcome to the Medical Research Council Institute of Hearing Research

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We are an MRC University Unit whose primary objectives are to conduct a full range of auditory science from state-of-the-art basic research into brain mechanisms of hearing to new advances in the measurement, understanding and interventions for hearing loss. We have about 60 scientific, administrative and technical staff as well as up to 15 postgraduate students.

Latest news

Speech in Noise Conference 2018

Description
IHR is excited to be organising the 10th Annual Speech in Noise Workshop in Glasgow on 11-12 January 2018, with abstract submission open until 29th October 2017.
Date:
13/10/2017

MRC Senior Fellowships in Hearing Research

Description
The Medical Research Council (MRC) have released details of Senior Research Fellows in Hearing.
Date:
27/06/2017

New era of life-changing research and innovation for patients begins in Nottingham

Description
A new era of medical research that could have an impact on the health of millions of people dawned in Nottingham on Thursday 1 June with the official launch of the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre.
Date:
20/06/2017

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Events

Seminar: Pitch perception in acoustic and electric hearing: Hunting down the missing fundamentals

Date
23/10/2017
Description
Speaker: Dr Bob Carlyon (MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge)

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Medical Research Council Institute of Hearing Research

Email: enquiries@ihr.nottingham.ac.uk

The MRC Institute of Hearing Research is part of The University of Nottingham, funded through a strategic partnership between the Medical Research Council and the University. The MRC/CSO Institute of Hearing Research – Scottish Section is part of The University of Nottingham, funded through a strategic partnership between the Medical Research Council, the Chief Scientist Office and the University.

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