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David Baguley

Professor in Hearing Sciences, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

David Baguley is a Professor of Hearing Sciences at the University of Nottingham, working in the Division of Clinical Neurosciences (Faculty of Medicine), and the Otology and Hearing Group. He heads up the Clinical Hearing Sciences group within the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre. David's particular research interests lie in the area of iatrogenic tinnitus and hearing loss associated with the use of platinum-based chemotherapy in adult survivors of cancer.

For over 30 years David was the Head of Audiology at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, an in the last 5 years the Head of Auditory Implants and of Newborn Hearing Screening also.

David has co-authored over 200 research papers, many book chapters, and has co-authored and edited several books. He has four times been awarded the Shapiro Research Prize of the British Tinnitus Association. In 2006 David received an International Award in Hearing from the American Academy of Audiology, in 2018 the Norman Gamble Research Prize from the Section of Otology Royal Society of Medicine, and in 2019 he was awarded an Honorary Life Membership of the British Society of Medicine.

Expertise Summary

David has both research and clinical expertise in hearing. He is interested in tinnitus, hyperacusis, and other conditions which give insights into the function/dysfunction of the human auditory system. In Nottingham his main research focus is on hearing and balance problems that arise associated with platinum chemotherapy for cancer in adults and children.

Recent Publications

  • EVANS, RACHAEL A., MCAULEY, HAMISH, HARRISON, EWEN M., SHIKOTRA, AARTI, SINGAPURI, AMISHA, SERENO, MARCO, ELNEIMA, OMER, DOCHERTY, ANNEMARIE B., LONE, NAZIR, I, LEAVY, OLIVIA C., DAINES, LUKE, BAILLIE, J. KENNETH, BROWN, JEREMY S., CHALDER, TRUDIE, DE SOYZA, ANTHONY, BAKERLY, NAWAR DIAR, EASOM, NICHOLAS, GEDDES, JOHN R., GREENING, NEIL J., HART, NICK, HEANEY, LIAM G., HELLER, SIMON, HOWARD, LUKE, HURST, JOHN R., JACOB, JOSEPH, JENKINS, R. GISLI, JOLLEY, CAROLINE, KERR, STEVEN, KON, ONN M., LEWIS, KEIR, LORD, JANET M., MCCANN, GERRY P., NEUBAUER, STEFAN, OPENSHAW, PETER J. M., PAREKH, DHRUV, PFEFFER, PAUL, RAHMAN, NAJIB M., RAMAN, BETTY, RICHARDSON, MATTHEW, ROWLAND, MATTHEW, SEMPLE, MALCOLM G., SHAH, AJAY M., SINGH, SALLY J., SHEIKH, AZIZ, THOMAS, DAVID, TOSHNER, MARK, CHALMERS, JAMES D., HO, LING-PEI, HORSLEY, ALEX, MARKS, MICHAEL, POINASAMY, KRISNAH, WAIN, LOUISE, V and BRIGHTLING, CHRISTOPHER E., 2021. Physical, cognitive, and mental health impacts of COVID-19 after hospitalisation (PHOSP-COVID): a UK multicentre, prospective cohort study LANCET RESPIRATORY MEDICINE. 9(11), 1275-1287
  • ZHANG, DAWEI, XU, QIN and BAGULEY, D M, 2021. [Hyperacusis: a mini review]. Lin chuang er bi yan hou tou jing wai ke za zhi = Journal of clinical otorhinolaryngology, head, and neck surgery. 35(6), 563-566
  • BROWN, E. C. M., CAIMINO, C., BENTON, C. L. and BAGULEY, D. M., 2021. Comments on published article 'An audit of UK audiological practice in specialist paediatric oncology centres regarding hearing assessment of children at risk of ototoxicity due to chemotherapy' by Brown et al. Reply JOURNAL OF LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY. 135(4), 375-375
  • ZHANG, D., XU, Q., CAIMINO, C. and BAGULEY, D. M., 2021. The prevalence of tinnitus in China: a systematic review of the literature JOURNAL OF LARYNGOLOGY AND OTOLOGY. 135(1), 3-9

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