• School of Life & Health Sciences, Aston University, Aston Triangle

      B4 7ET Birmingham

      United Kingdom

    Accepting PhD Students

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    Research Interests

    Psychoacoustics, speech in noise, noise-induced hearing loss, auditory computational modeling, auditory perceptual impacts of hearing impairment, auditory perceptual training for adults and children with hearing loss

    Teaching Activity

    Module lead:

    HS1FSA - Science in Audiology (L5DA)

    HS1AS1 - Auditory Sciences (BSc/DA)

    HS1SS1 - Sensory Sciences (BSc/DA)

    HS2PS1 - Psychoacoustics and speech (Bsc/DA/L5DA)

    Module instructor:

    HS3CS3 - Communication and Clinical Skills 3 (Bsc)

    HS3DS1 - Dissertation (Bsc)

    NS1SS1 - Introduction to Sensory Sciences (Master)

    NS2AA1 - Adult Audiology: Assessment and Management (Master)

    HT2DS1 - Dissertation: Research Method and Research Proposal (Master)

    Contact Details

    Room: Vision Sciences Building 120

    Email: zhangm22@aston.ac.uk

    Membership of Professional Bodies

    • 2016 - 2023    American Auditory Society       Member
    • 2022 - now      British Society of Audiology     Member
    • 2022 - now      British Academy of Audiology  Member  

    Employment

    Oct 2021 - now   Lecturer    Audiology Department, Aston University

    Sept 2020 - Sept 2021   Postdoc research associate   School of Psychology, Cardiff University

    PhD Supervision

    Mary Tumpi, Oct 2023 - ongoing

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD, Effect of Non-Traumatic Noise Exposure on Unvoiced Speech Recognition, University of Pittsburgh

    Sept 2013Aug 2020

    Award Date: 8 Aug 2020

    M.Ed. in speech and hearing sciences, East China Normal University, Shanghai

    Sept 2010Jun 2013

    Award Date: 1 Jun 2013

    B.Ed. in speech and hearing sciences, East China Normal University, Shanghai

    1 Sept 20061 Jul 2010

    Award Date: 1 Jul 2010

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