Dr Hashir Aazh PhD is the director of Hashir International Specialist Clinics and Research Institute for Misophonia, Tinnitus & Hyperacusis based in Guildford. He has a degree in Audiology, masters in Rehabilitative Audiology and a PhD in Public Health and Policy from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), University of London. He has trained and supervised over a thousand of audiologists and psychologists in his International Tinnitus Masterclasses and published over 50 research papers in the field of audiology. He is Honorary Hearing Research Consultant at the Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust and has served as Managing Editor of the journal Noise and Health, Associate Editor of the International Journal of Audiology, and the Secretary of the British Society of Audiology.
He is the founder of the biennial International Hyperacusis and Misophonia Conference. His new book entitled “Living Well with Tinnitus: A self-help guide using cognitive behavioural therapy” was published in October 2022 in London and in early 2023 in New York. Hashir is a pioneer in audiologist-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for management of misophonia, tinnitus and hyperacusis and a recent independent ranking of biomedical experts recognised him as the number one expert in hyperacusis in Europe (2nd in the world) between 2012-2022. To see the source, click here.