Saira Hussain

saira-hussain-newTeaching Fellow, Audiology

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

Telephone: +44 (0) 121 204 3164
Email: [email protected]
Room: VS120

I joined Aston Audiology in September 2016, having previously worked as a Trainee Clinical Scientist as part of the Scientist Training programme (STP). I worked in the different fields in audiology, with experience ranging from adult diagnostics, aural rehabilitation, paediatrics and vestibular clinics.

As part of my previous role, I helped to supervise BSc students, as well as visiting medical and nursing students. I have a keen interest in the student experience and helping promote the work that students and trainees do within this discipline. I am also an active member for audiology professional groups, working on various boards and I am a STEM ambassador also. 

  • Master's in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Aston University (2019 - present)
  • PG Cert Teaching and Learning, Aston University, 2017
  • MSc in Clinical Neurosensory Sciences (Audiology), University of Manchester, 2016
  • BSc (Hons) with Clinical Distinction in Audiology, University of Bristol, 2013


  • 2016 - present: Teaching Associate, LHS, Aston University
  • 2013 – 2016: Trainee Clinical Scientist, University Hospital of South Manchester

I teach across the Foundation Degree, BSc and MSc programmes in Audiology. I am involved in all clinical modules and module lead for HS1lS1 (BSc Healthcare Science Audiology) and NS2AM1 (MSc Clinical Sciences)

I have a keen focus on paediatric audiology. My MSc project looked at 'Children's Perception of Hearing Loss' and I have pursued research at Aston on decision making for children with unilateral hearing losses.

  • Higher Education Academy - Fellow
  • Health and Care Professionals Council - Clinical Scientist
  • British Society of Audiology – Full Member
  • British Academy of Audiology – Full Member