James Sharp

James Sharp is the Lead Audiologist within the Audiological Medicine team at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

“Working at GOSH immerses you into a patient centred environment. I have the pleasure of working alongside other experienced professionals excelling in their fields of interest and leading at the forefront of paediatric medicine. The organisation is well known across the country and beyond for it services and care. Patients recognise their journey here is something special and I am proud that myself and my team are able to contribute towards this.”

James Sharp

Specialisms

Cochlear implants

Department

Qualifications and training

James Sharp holds the following qualifications: BMedSc, MSc, and CAC.

He completed his training at Nottingham Audiology Services where he continued to work across adult, paediatric and vestibular services. He began working at GOSH in 2009 and has worked across both the general paediatric and cochlear implant teams.

James has undertaken research into how speech detection in noise is affected by a processor upgrade and presented internationally on this topic.

Research interests

In 2013 he became the Lead Audiologist for the general audiology team. His role encompasses the identification and management of children with hearing difficulties. He has retained a keen interest in cochlear implants.