We are researchers at the University of Cambridge trying to help people with hearing difficulties listen better.

Our research is focused on speech perception with hearing devices (cochlear implants, hearing aids and hearables) using techniques from auditory neuroscience, engineering and deep learning. The goal is to increase scientific understanding and to inspire improvements to future devices and clinical insights. An important aspect is the direct evaluation with people to measure listening benefits and perceptual effects.

We are part of the Cambridge Hearing Group and based at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit.

Our work is funded by Fellowships from the Medical Research Council and the Fondation pour l'Audition, as well as by Grants from the Evelyn Trust, the Wellcome Trust and the Newton Trust.

We rely on volunteers to take part in our listening studies. If you are using hearing devices and interested, please get in touch.