David R. Moore, PhD

Director, Communication Sciences Research Center

Professor, UC Department of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surge

Phone 513-803-4170

Email david.moore2@cchmc.org

Hearing; development; neuroscience; brain plasticity; biobank 

David R. Moore, PhD, is a professor of otolaryngology and director of the Communication Sciences Research Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Educated (PhD Monash University) in Australia, he spent 22 years at Oxford University on projects including auditory spatial hearing, biology of deafness and the consequences of otitis media. He became professor of auditory neuroscience in 2000.

As director of the Medical Research Council Institute of Hearing Research, Nottingham (2002-12), he focused on auditory development and learning in humans. In 2008, he also co-founded the National Biomedical Research Unit in Hearing (NBRUH), refunded in 2011. He has been a visiting scientist at the University of California, Irvine, the University of Washington, Seattle, New York University, and Northwestern University, Chicago.

He was the founder of MindWeavers PLC, creating digital learning experiences based on world-leading brain science. In 2010 he was awarded the George Davey Howells prize of the Royal Society of Medicine for editing the “Oxford Handbook of Auditory Science."
BSc (Hons): Physiology and Psychology, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 1974.

PhD: Psychology, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, 1978.

NIH Fogarty Fellow: Anatomy and Neurobiology, University of California, Irvine, 1983-1984. 

Moore DR, Edmondson-Jones M, Dawes P, Fortnum H, Pierzycki RH, McCormack A, Munro K. Relation between speech-in-noise threshold, hearing loss and cognition from 40 - 69 years of age. PLOS ONE. 2014;9:e107720.

Moore DR. Sources of pathology underlying listening disorders in children. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 2014.

Vlaming MSMG, MacKinnon RC, Jansen M, Moore DR. Automated screening for high-frequency hearing loss. Ear and Hearing. 2014;35:667-679.

Dawes P, Cruickshanks K, Moore DR, Edmondson-Jones M, McCormack A, Fortnum H, Munro K. Cigarette smoking, passive smoking, alcohol consumption and hearing loss. Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology. 2014;15:663-674.

Ferguson MA, Henshaw H, Clark DPA, Moore DR. Benefits of auditory training in 50-74 year olds with mild hearing loss. Ear and Hearing. 2014;235:e110-121.

Moore DR, Hunter LL. Auditory processing disorder (APD) in children: A marker of neurodevelopmental syndrome. Hearing Balance and Communication. 2013;11:160-167.

Amitay S, Guirard J, Sohoglu E, Edmonds BA, Zobay O, Zhang Y, Moore DR. Human decision making based on variations in internal noise: An EEG study. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e68928.

Jones PR, Moore DR, Amitay S, Shub D. Reduction of internal noise in auditory perceptual learning. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 2013;133:970-981.

Moore DR, Rosen S, Bamiou D-E, Campbell NG, Sirimanna T. Evolving concepts of developmental auditory processing disorder (APD): A British Society of Audiology APD Special Interest Group ‘white paper’. International Journal of Audiology. 2013;52:3-13.

Zhang YX, Barry J, Moore DR, Amitay S. The Test of Attention in Listening (TAIL) predicts basic auditory skills. PLoS ONE. 2012.

Deafness and Hearing Problems. Co-Principal Investigator. National Institute of Health Research UK. Apr 2012-Mar 2017.

The Auditory Brain. Co-Principal Investigator. Medical Research Council UK. Apr 2009-Mar 2015.