NIHR Nottingham Hearing BRU, in collaboration with our partner organisations, offers some of the best infrastructure in the UK for supporting research in the hearing sciences, with on-campus access to clinical research infrastructure and world-leading laboratory facilities. Our commitment is to pursue research through multi-disciplinary collaboration that can be translated into practical benefits to improve the quality of patients’ lives.
Our translational research encompasses five specific, linked areas:
- tinnitus etiology and management
- habilitation for hearing loss
- sensorineural plasticity and rehabilitation
- cochlear implantation
“The contribution from members of the NIHR Nottingham Hearing BRU to BTA is extremely beneficial as it provides a very valuable resource of knowledge for our Trustees and the members of our Professional Advisers' Committee.”Roy Bratby Trustees Chairman, British Tinnitus Association
"The input of Prof Deb Hall was instrumental in the development of the new BSA practice guidance for routine adult rehabilitation, particularly in ensuring the recommendations reflected the best available research evidence, which will be extremely valuable in the promotion of best practice in this important area.Dr Daniel Rowan Chair of the Professional Practice Committee British Society of Audiology"