The University of Southampton
Engineering and the Environment
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N.G.Campbell@soton.ac.uk

Dr Nicole (Nicci) Campbell BLog (Cum Laude), MLog (Cum Laude), PhD Communication Pathology (University of Pretoria)

Principal Audiological Scientist, Academic Coordinator,Associate Professor

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Associate Professor/Principal Audiological Scientist, based in the Auditory Implant Service, within Engineering and the Environment at the University of Southampton.

Our cochlear implant recipients range in age from 1 to over 90 years. We support nearly 500 adults and 300 children. Working as part of a dedicated team and seeing the success of our patients is highly rewarding

Nicci is a Principal Audiological Scientist/Associate Professor at the University of Southampton and holds both an Academic and Clinical 0.76 post; housed within the Auditory Implant Service (USAIS). An Audiologist and Speech-Language Therapist by training, Nicci has a special interest in the fields of Auditory Implantation and Auditory Processing Disorder (APD).

She is the academic coordinator for USAIS, coordinator of the Socrates-Erasmus Exchange Programme, and also a module coordinator on the BSc Healthcare Science (Audiology) and MSc Audiology programmes in the Faculty of Engineering and the Environment. She is involved in student research supervision and serves as an external examiner for postgraduate courses and dissertations, both locally and internationally. She has set up and is the team lead for the APD Clinical Service at the University, the first interdisciplinary service of this kind in the UK.

Nicci chairs the steering committee of the British Society of Audiology’s APD Special Interest Group. Over the past three years, this Group has published a nationally and internationally peer-reviewed Position Statement, Practice Guidance Document, ‘White Paper’ in the International Journal of Audiology with an international set of commentaries, and collaborated with the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) to present a highly successful APD Symposium at the AAA Conference in March 2012, Boston.

A short presentation about the British Society of Audiology’s APD Group’s recent accomplishments.

Presenters at the American Academy of Audiologu ‘Global perspectives on (C)APD’ Conference, Boston, 2012
Boston 2012

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Research interests

Nicci's PhD thesis (2003) under the supervision of Prof. Teri Bellis (University of South Dakota, USA) and Prof. Erna Alant (University of Pretoria, SA, and now USA) focused on auditory processing, attention and the effects of medication. Examiners: Prof G. Chermak (Washington State University, USA) and Dr W. Wilson (University of Queensland, Australia) 

Current research interests include:

  • Cochlear implantation on both sides of the age spectrum: in the very young and in the ageing population 

  • The effects of ageing on hearing and auditory processing

  • Top-down processes and auditory processing

  • The auditory processing of musicians and the effects of music training on auditory processing in the general population

  • The efficacy and evidence-base for different auditory processing management strategies, programmes and software

"Holding both a clinical and academic post facilitates clinically directed research and ensures a high standard of evidence-based patient care"

Associated research group: University of Southampton Auditory Implant Service

The efficacy of auditory programmes
Cochlear implantation before 1 year
in the ageing population
Cochlear implantation
and auditory processing
Top-down processes
in musicians and the general population
Auditory processing

Research group

Human Sciences Group

Research project(s)

Cochlear implantation on both sides of the age spectrum: in the very young and in the ageing population

The Temporal Processing and Dichotic Listening of Musicians versus Non-Musicians

The evidence-base for different auditory processing management strategies, programmes and software

The effects of ageing on hearing and auditory processing

Top-down processes and auditory processing

Articles

Book Chapter

Conferences

Nicci is the Academic Coordinator at the University of the Southampton Auditory Implant Centre (USAIS). Teaching commitments include:

Module Code
Degree Course
Role
Audiology in Practice: Management of Severe and Profound Hearing Loss ISVR3029 BSc Audiology Lecturer
Speech Science for Audiologists ISVR2035 BSc Healthcare Science (Audiology) Coordinator
Fundamentals of Cochlear Implants ISVR6129 MSc Audiology Coordinator
International MSc Socrates-Erasmus Programme
    Academic Coordinator (USAIS)
BSc, MSc and PhD projects     Research supervisor
(USAIS)     Academic Co-ordinator
Dr Nicole (Nicci) Campbell
Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number:19/3015:Tues&Wed and

Telephone:(023) 8059 5884
Facsimile:(023) 8059 9608
Email:N.G.Campbell@soton.ac.uk

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