BTA President and Professor in Hearing Sciences, David Baguley, has been awarded the distinguished Royal Society of Medicine Section of Otology Norman Gamble Prize.

This prestigious award is ‘awarded to the best original work in Otology in the last four years, as evidenced by published papers’. David's published work in this time has explored the experience of tinnitus in childhood, opportunities for tinnitus therapy to be delivered via the internet, and has also championed multidisciplinary research in hearing, involving not only audiology and otology, but also psychology and neurology in partnership.

David talks more about his work and the prize on the University of Nottingham website: https://blogs.nottingham.ac.uk/newsroom/2018/02/05/tinnitus-research-pioneer-wins-prestigious-prize/