National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR)
David Baguley, Ph.D.
Having led the Audiology and Hearing Implant Services at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, David Baguley is now working at the University of Nottingham as a Professor of Hearing Sciences, based in the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre. David has co-authored over 150 scientific papers, many book chapters, and authored and edited several books, most recently ‘Tinnitus: clinical and research perspectives’ (Baguley and Fagelson, eds, Plural, 2016). To date his research has largely been in tinnitus, and a new theme is developing of ototoxicity in adult survivors of cancer treated with platinum-based chemotherapy. David has served as the Chairman of the British Society of Audiology (BSA), and is the current President of the British Tinnitus Association (BTA). He has been awarded the American Academy of Audiology International Award, the BSA TS Littler Prize, Association of Independent Hearing Practitioners Outstanding Contribution to Audiology Award, and twice awarded the BTA Shapiro Research Prize.
Financial/Nonfinancial Relationships: Dr. Baguley has a financial relationship with Oticon and Otonomy as a consultant and with Auris Medical on the speaker’s bureau, as well as a non-financial professional relationship with the British Tinnitus Association as President.