Mr Nathan Clarke

PhD student (Tinnitus and hyperacusis)

Nathan completed two undergraduate degrees in Music Technology and Audiology before earning his Masters degree in Psychological Research Methods with Advanced Statistics.

Expertise summary

He is a qualified clinical audiologist and has worked within the National Health Service and privately through occupational health and medicolegal roles.
Nathan started his PhD in 2017 and is funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC). He is researching the impact that tinnitus may have on cognitive functions such as attention and memory.