Having led the Audiology and Hearing Implant Services at Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust for many years, 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 Hyperacusis and decreased sound tolerance: clinical and research perspectives (Fagelson M, Baguley D; Plural Publishing; 2018). In 2018 David was awarded the Norman Gamble Research Prize by the Royal Society of Medicine Section of Otology, and is the current president of the British Tinnitus Association.

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In conversation with Professor Charles Liberman

Just before I left Cambridge to work with the Hearing Sciences group in Nottingham, I spent a very happy hour alone in the company of Professor Charles Liberman, the Director of the Eaton-Peabody Laboratories based at the Massachusetts Eye and...


Hearing, tinnitus and hyperacusis in the arts

Hearing loss, tinnitus and hyperacusis are discussed by David Baguley from the unique perspective of their depictions in literature, music, film and paintings. This article provides unusual and invaluable reflective opportunities for the patient-centred clinician! Audiologists and otologists understand hearing...


Unanswered questions in adult ototoxicity associated with platinum-based chemotherapy

Do the potential side-effects on hearing and tinnitus need to be a ‘necessary evil’ of platinum-based chemotherapy? How strong is our evidence base when offering advice to patients and fellow clinicians? David Baguley and his team from the University of...


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