Professor David Baguley’s inaugural lecture

TINNITUS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

PROFESSOR DAVID BAGULEY

In his Inaugural Public Lecture, Professor David Baguley will discuss perspectives on tinnitus (the sensation of sound when there is no external source) in the past, in the present day, and future possibilities. He will reflect on why tinnitus can be such a problem, and treatments that are presently available, and on what is under development. His particular research theme is tinnitus and hearing loss associated with
certain chemotherapy treatments for cancer, and David will introduce this area, and map out the planned trajectory of the research that is needed. There will be time for discussion and questions, and members of the public are extremely welcome to attend.

Please confirm your attendance to jan.kelly@nottingham.ac.uk as spaces are limited. Telephone: 0115 82 32600.

Venue: A30 Lecture Theatre, Lakeside Arts Centre, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD

Date: Tuesday 16th May 6 p.m.

A BSL translator will be in attendance and refreshments will be available prior to the lecture.

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