Institute of Hearing Research
into hearing and hearing disorders
Studentships Available for 2015
Neurophysiology and Histology
Neural Correlates and Computation
Auditory Processing and Encoding
Development and Learning
Impairment and Disability
Auditory Processing Disorder
Despite remarkable advances in sound analysis in hearing aids, the actual microphone itself has remained essentially unchanged for decades.
Professor Michael Akeroyd arrived in post on 7 April 2015 as the MRC Institute of Hearing Research’s new Director.
Congratulations to Mel Ferguson, Helen Henshaw, Daniel Clark of NHBRU and our own David Moore, previous IHR director, on winning the Editors’ Award 2015 from the journal Ear and Hearing.
28th April (1 pm) - Talk by Tobias Neher. Title TBA
19th May (1 pm) - Talk by Patrick May. Title TBA
- Zobay O, Palmer AR, Hall DA, Sereda M, Adjamian P "Source space estimation of oscillatory power and brain connectivity in tinnitus." View on PubMed
- Banai K, Amitay S "The effects of stimulus variability on the perceptual learning of speech and non-speech stimuli." View on PubMed
- Jones PR, Moore DR, Amitay S "Development of auditory selective attention: Why children struggle to hear in noisy environments." View on PubMed
- McShefferty D, Whitmer WM, Akeroyd MA "The Just-Noticeable Difference in Speech-to-Noise Ratio." View on PubMed