Research Development Group (RDG)

The BSA’s RDG is responsible for the development and coordination of innovative initiatives to support BSA members in engaging in research.  This is an area that the BSA are keen to develop, for the benefit of its members (across all career levels and roles) and ultimately individuals with hearing and balance disorders. 

Members of the RDG

Amanda Hall – Chair

https://www.thebsa.org.uk/people/amanda-hall/

Sarah Bent

https://www.thebsa.org.uk/people/sarah-bent/

Hashir Aazh

Gemma Crundwell

https://www.thebsa.org.uk/people/gemma-crundwell/

We are looking for new volunteers!

Are you interested in research? Would you like to support BSA members interested in research? Would you like to help communicate about hearing and balance research, both within and outside BSA?

We are looking for new members to join us!

As part of the new BSA strategy, the RDG will be working on a number of initiatives to improve research communication and support, and we need new members to work with us to take some of these forward.  If you would like to find out more, please email me and I can let you know what is involved.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Amanda Hall

a.hall@aston.ac.uk