Liping joined Swansea University as a lecturer in January 2017.  She did her PhD at the University of Warwick and her MSc in Audiology from the University of Southampton. She was focusing on the project of learning to ignore the interferer: monitoring and improving vocoded speech intelligibility in challenging listening conditions. She also had been engaged in research on evaluation of cochlear implant SPARSE strategy with simulated cochlear implant users during her previous studies.

Her research interests are mainly in auditory processing disorder in hearing impaired people, evaluation of hearing assistant tools (i.e. hearing aids; cochlear implants), speech perceptual learning and auditory training in hearing impaired people.

Teaching

  • SHC137 Study Skills, Health Informatics and Health Service Practice

    This module provides an introduction to student skills, learning skills, IT skills, communication skills and elements of Health Informatics that prepares the student for work in the clinical environment of the National Health Service as an Assistant/Associate audiology practitioner.

  • SHC138 Introduction to Audiology Practice I

    This module will introduce students to basic audiological practice.

  • SHC139 Introduction to Audiology Practice II

    This module will expand students understanding of basic audiological practice and supplementary material required, following on from module Introduction to Audiology Practice I.

  • SHC154 Neurosensory Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology

    This module provides a deeper insight into the anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the nervous auditory and visual systems.

  • SHC156 Neurosensory Clinical Measurement and Treatment

    This module introduces the routine diagnostic tests within Neurosensory Sciences. It will explore the patient pathway and importance of patient centered care, evidence based practice and multidisciplinary team working.

  • SHC235 Sensory Aids 1

    This module provides an introduction to the treatment options for the hearing impaired. There will be a focus on the prescription and verification of hearing aid provision.

  • SHC237 The Developing Person

    The aim of this module is to consider the normal development of individuals through the lifespan, and how hearing impairment can influence developmental stages. It will allow students to consider how the biosocial, cognitive and psychosocial development of individuals affects long term health consequences of social integration.