Dr Christian Füllgrabe

Trustee & Chair Cognition in Hearing SIG

I received a PhD in Experimental Psychology from the University René Descartes (Paris, France) for my work on the role of (non)linear mechanisms and selectivity in auditory processing of complex temporal-envelopes cues. After post-doctoral training in Brian Moore’s Hearing Lab at the University of Cambridge where I was involved in research projects on auditory stream segregation, perceptual learning, and the benefits of frequency transposition and extended bandwidth in hearing aids, I took up a researcher position at the MRC Institute of Hearing Research in Nottingham in 2010. My current research focuses on the role of supra-threshold auditory processing and cognitive abilities in speech-in-noise perception across the adult lifespan.