Staff Lead researcher Professor Steve Bell Professor Research interests evoked responses: measuring electrical responses from the hearing and balance system in response to sensory stimulation; evaluating the benefits of hearing aid and cochlear implant technology; principle investigator on the EPSRC funded project ‘Personalized fitting and evaluation of hearing aids with EEG responses’ Connect with Steve Email: email@example.com Other researchers Professor David Simpson Prof of Biomedical Signal Processing Research interests His research interests are in biomedical signal processing with applications in neurophysiology and cardio-vascular and cerebro-vascular control. Specific topics are: Blood flow control in the brain (how does the brain regulate is own blood supply and how to detect impairment of this function). Auditory evoked potentials (methods to detect the small electrical responses of the brain to auditory stimulation for the assessment of various hearing disorders). Connect with David Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups Institute of Sound and Vibration Research Our research focuses on improving our understanding of acoustics and vibration, their impact on the community wellbeing, and the quality and performance of engineering products. Signal Processing Audio and Hearing Group Our aims are to understand and develop technological innovation in complex signaling and human acoustics.