Dr Ted Killan


I graduated from the MSc Audiology at Southampton in 1999 and registered as a clinical scientist in 2002.  Since 2004 I have worked as a Lecturer in Audiology in the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Leeds.  During this time I completed my PhD investigating suppression behaviour exhibited by tone burst-evoked otoacoustic emissions.  I am currently the Audiology Lead at Leeds and am involved in a wide range of student education, research and scholarly activities.


I joined the BSA as a post-graduate student and have always benefitted from being a member of the society.  I feel that, for a number of reasons, now is a really important time to have a strong and effective BSA and I am excited and proud to be in a position to help the BSA achieve its goals of building knowledge in the field of audiology, and empowering professionals to improve the lives of people with hearing and balance problems.