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Mr Matthew Blyth BSc Audiology

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Matt Blyth is a part time postgraduate research student within Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton.

As well as studying for a PhD, Matt is a part time teaching fellow, teaching clinical practicum sessions on the BSc Healthcare Science (Audiology) and MSc Audiology programmes. He is also a registered Audiologist with the RCCP and Hearing Aid Dispenser with the HCPC.


Research interests

Auditory fitness for duty

Acoustic Stealth

Hearing loss simulation

Hearing protection devices

Hearing aid technology

Hearing aid verification

Adult rehabilitation

Perceptual consequences of sensorineural hearing loss

Listening to speech in noise

PhD Research

Acoustic stealth awareness and the effect of hearing impairment

Supervisors: Dr Daniel Rowan, Professor Simon Liversedge, Dr Rachel Van Besouw

Funding: Ministry of Defence

Research group

Human Sciences Group

Research project(s)

Fit for duty

How can the impact of hearing impairment on the capabilities of military personnel be assessed?

Co-chair of the staff student liaison committee for Enginnering and the environment

Postgraduate student representative for Human Sciences Group

Part-time teaching fellow, teaching on all BSc and MSc Audiology clinical practicum modules.

Mr Matthew Blyth
Engineering, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton. SO17 1BJ United Kingdom

Room Number: 19/1017

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