Our research

A model of a human ear

Our research

This page will display four themes in four images and text CTA blocks that will link to project information pages. Projects can be listed under multiple themes.

 

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Decoding the auditory system

A participant wearing headphones adjacent an ear model

Decoding the auditory system

The brain circuity of hearing, how auditory perceptions arise, and how people listen in everyday situations

 

Measuring ability

A researcher looking at multiple computer screens

Measuring abillity

Core-outcome scales, development of hearing-test materials and methods, objective measures, and ecological momentary assessments

 

Understanding disability

A participant with a hearing aid undertaking a study on a tablet

Understanding disability

Listening by individuals with hearing-related problems with or without hearing devices or cochlear implants, deep phenotyping, and determination of patients’ priorities

 

Advancing treatment

Three glass heads, the foremost with electrode cap and headphones, the middle with an electrode cap.

Advancing treatment

Telecare, hearing-device fitting methods and potential treatments for tinnitus

 

 

 

 

 

Hearing Sciences

Mental Health & Clinical Neuroscience
School of Medicine
University of Nottingham
Medical School, QMC
Nottingham, NG7 2UH


telephone: University Park +44 (0) 115 74 86900
Ropewalk House +44 (0) 115 82 32600
Glasgow +44 (0) 141 242 9665
email: hearing-research@nottingham.ac.uk