Dr Amanda Hall

Lecturer in Audiology

School of Life & Health Sciences
Aston University
Aston Triangle
B4 7ET

Room: VS117

Research group:

Applied Health Research group

Research centre:

Aston Research centre for CHildren's and Young people's health (ARCHY)

Amanda Hall

I joined Aston as a Lecturer in Audiology in September 2016. Before that I was a Lecturer on the Audiology programmes at the University of Bristol.
I work as a Clinical Scientist in the NHS, specialising in paediatric audiology. I am also the ENT Specialty Lead for the NIHR Clinical Research Network: West of England.

  • BSc Biological Sciences, University of Birmingham, 1993
  • MSc Audiological Science, University of Southampton, 1995
  • PhD in Audiology, University of Southampton, 2005

2016 – present: Lecturer in Audiology, Aston University
2005 – 2014: Lecturer/ Senior Lecturer in Audiology, Bristol University
2000 – 2005: Senior Audiologist, ALSPAC
2001 – present: Clinical Scientist (Audiology), NHS

My research focuses on the causes and impact of hearing loss in children, with a particular focus on glue ear. This includes collaborative work with the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children and the Cleft Care UK study.

I am also interested in shared decision making and developing shared decision making tools for clinical Audiology. 

Co-supervising Nisha Dhanda

  • Member British Society of Audiology
  • Member British Academy of Audiology
  • Registered Clinical Scientist with Health and Care Professions Council

Recent Publications