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"That is amazing, you put that thing on and you’re not deaf!": Developing a long-term partnership between researchers and patients to enable lived experience to inform the research process and priorities.
Heather J Parsons,
& Tracey Newman, 2022
Tim Mitchell,, 2022
& Tracey Newman, 2021
Piloting the Recording of Electrode Voltages (REVS) using surface electrodes as a test to identify cochlear implant electrode migration, extra-cochlear electrodes and basal electrodes causing discomfort
& Alan Sanderson, 2021 , Cochlear Implants International , 22 (3) , 157--169
Inflammation at the tissue-electrode interface in a case of rapid deterioration in hearing performance leading to explant after cochlear implantation
Tim Mitchell,, 2021 , Otology & Neurotology , 42 (4) , e445--e450
& Sundus Basodan, 2020
& Robyn Ferris, 2019
Measurement of pitch perception as a function of cochlear implant electrode and its effect on speech perception with different frequency allocations
Rachel Van Besouw,
Anne M.H. Wheatley,, 2018 , International Journal of Audiology
& Emily Matthews, 2016 , Ear and Hearing , 37 (6) , 671--679
Mary Grasmeder,, 2016
External roles and responsibilities
Name: BCIG Debate 2021
Name: Loss of performance on one side in a child with AB HiRes90K Cochlear Implants: medical or device issue?
Name: Piloting a New Test to Identify Extra-Cochlear Electrodes: Recording of Electrode Voltages on the Skin (REVS test)
Name: Clinical tests of extra-cochlear or poorly-functioning electrodes
Name: Perception of the Pitch and Naturalness of Popular Music by Cochlear Implant Users
Name: IMAP: Interactive Music Awareness Programme for Cochlear Implant Recipients
Name: Should we Adjust Cochlear Implant Frequency Maps for Individual Users?
Name: Musical Activities and Responses of Young Children with Cochlear Implants and Children with Normal Hearing
Name: "That is amazing, you put that thing on and you’re not deaf!'' Developing a long-term partnership between researchers and patients to enable lived experience to inform the research process and priorities.
Name: Investigating the cellular response to cochlear implantation
Role: Invited speaker