Dr Fabrice Bardy
Ph.D - Macquarie University (Australia)
I am an early career research electrophysiologist, hearing scientist and clinical audiologist. I obtained my Master of Clinical Audiology at the University of Southern Denmark in 2010, and PhD in Audiology at Macquarie University in 2014. My research interests are centred on the development of new audiolgical assessment methods including the HEARLab Cortical Automatic Threshold Estimation (CATE), allowing to better understand how sound are encoded in the auditory pathway from the cochlea to the auditory cortex. I also have a large interest for tinnitus related research. Previously, I worked as a clinical audiologist for five years (in France, Switzerland and Denmark) and have comprehensive skills in diagnosis and rehabilitation with various populations.
Research | Current
I am currently involved in project where I investigate the use a chatbot to deliver cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) for tinnitus sufferers.
Areas of expertise
Audiology, Electrophysiology, Tinnitus, Digital Signal Processing, EEG, MEG, Psychoacoustics
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Bardy, F., Van Dun, B., Seeto, M., & Dillon, H. (2020). Automated cortical auditory response detection strategy. International journal of audiology, 1-9. 10.1080/14992027.2020.1767808
- Bott, A., Hickson, L., Meyer, C., Bardy, F., Van Dun, B., & Pachana, N. A. (2020). Is cortical automatic threshold estimation a feasible alternative for hearing threshold estimation with adults with dementia living in aged care?. International journal of audiology, 1-8. 10.1080/14992027.2020.1746976
- Bardy, F., McMahon, C. M., Yau, S. H., & Johnson, B. W. (2014). Deconvolution of magnetic acoustic change complex (mACC). Clinical neurophysiology : official journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology, 125 (11), 2220-2231. 10.1016/j.clinph.2014.03.003