Alexandra Lusty

Alexandra Lusty, is a Clinical Scientist in Audiology at Cambridge Universities Hospitals Trust at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. As a Specialist Audiologist, she works across the paediatric, adult and vestibular services. She has special interests in vestibular assessment, tinnitus, paediatric tinnitus and in the diagnosis and management of complex hearing loss. She won the British Academy of Audiology student poster award in 2017 for her poster on ‘TEN testing in the Paediatric Population’.

BSc in Audiology

MSc in Clinical Science (Neurosensory Sciences – Audiology)

Scientists Training Programme (National School of Healthcare Science)

British Academy of Audiology, Student Poster 2017

Specsavers Dissertation Award, University of Bristol 2014

Evelyn Miller Barstow Award, University of Bristol, 2010

Clinical Scientist: CS20083

Hearing Aid Dispenser: HAD03552

Member of British Academy of Audiology

Member of British Society of Audiology

TEN testing in the Paediatric Population – BAA Conference 2017

Lusty, A. BAA Magazine Issue 48, Autumn 2018, Characteristics of performing the TEN test in children with mild to moderate sensorineural hearing loss

Lusty, A. ENT & Audiology News Volume 28, 1, TEN testing in paediatric patients