Deborah Hall is the Deputy Director of the NIHR Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre and the Research Lead for ‘Outcome measures for evidence synthesis and clinical trials’.  Deborah graduated from Brunel University in Psychology and completed a PhD in Cognitive Neuropsychology at Birmingham University. Deborah has since worked at MRC Institute of Hearing Research, Nottingham Trent University, and is currently based at the University of Nottingham.


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Tinnitus in middle-age: prevalence and incidence

Population-based studies of tinnitus provide crucial underpinning evidence which highlights the need for further research on the effective diagnosis and clinical management of this heterogenous condition. Furthermore, such studies provide evidence of the burden of this condition both on the...

Will it ever happen?

Audiology is a rapidly evolving field, with many exciting developments on the horizon. David Baguley identified some topics of interest, and asked some international experts ‘will it ever happen?’ Gene therapy for deafness After years of development, gene therapy for...

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