Nicci Campbell (BLog, MLog, PhD Communication Pathology) is an Associate Professor/Principal Audiological Scientist at the University of Southampton. She is the team lead for both the Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) and Self- funded Cochlear Implant Services.
She is dually qualified as an Audiologist and Speech-Language Therapist. Her research interests include cochlear implants and ‘hearing beyond the audiogram’.
Over the past 20 years she has worked as both a clinician and academic; teaching and supervising the research of under- and postgraduate students, presented at conferences, authored peer-reviewed publications, including several national APD position statements and practice guidance documents.
She was the chair of the BSA’s APD Special Interest Steering Committee (2011-2014) and has recently been re-elected (commencing June 2017). She has served as a BSA Trustee (2014-2017).
She was awarded the Ruth Spencer Prize by the BSA in 2016 for her contribution to the field of APD.