Simon Howe studied at the University of Edinburgh where he completed a BSc (Hons) in Physiology. He then went on to obtain his MSc in Audiology at the University of Manchester, awarded with Merit. During his Audiology career he has led various NHS teams in the areas of Adult Hearing, Tinnitus and Balance at several of the north of England's biggest teaching hospitals. He is actively involved in research with the University of Manchester, with a special interest in balance disorders.
Simon also works for the NHS where he has a varied role assessing and fitting hearing aids to both adults and children, and assessing and managing patients with tinnitus and balance problems. He is involved in the post-graduate education of Audiology students at the University of Manchester, where he is an external lecturer and dissertation supervisor. He has also recently led a review of the Scientist Training Programme in Audiology with the National School of Healthcare Science.
Simon was honoured to recently be awarded the status of Fellow of the British Society of Audiology in recognition of his contributions to the profession