Dr Elizabeth Marks is a chartered clinical psychologist and she works as a clinician in the NHS with people who suffer with challenging audiovestibular conditions. She is also a researcher and a Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the University of Bath.

She is committed to finding the most helpful and effective ways of enabling people to be less distressed by persistent physical symptoms, particularly tinnitus. Her approach to psychological treatments for health conditions focuses on reducing their emotional, physical and attentional burdens, as part of a comprehensive and supportive multidisciplinary approach. She has published a number of articles on psychological approaches to tinnitus.