As an audiologist specializing in pediatric assessments, hearing aids and cochlear implants, I have a passion for helping children meet their potential. The field of audiology is constantly changing, and there are many new treatments that can change a child's life. Watching a child hear for the first time, say their first word, and succeed in the classroom and life inspired me to become an audiologist.
I work hard to provide patient-centered care to each patient. I enjoy collaborating with families, schools and multidisciplinary care teams to ensure patients can succeed. It is a great privilege to work with our patients every day and to lead such an impressive group of clinicians.
I’m honored to have received the Jerger Future Leaders of Audiology Award from the American Academy of Audiology (2016). I live in Cincinnati with my husband and two daughters. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends.
cochlear implants; hearing aids; genetics; auditory neuropathy; riboflavin transporter deficiency
Audiology, Cochlear Implant
genetics; riboflavin transporter deficiency; CHARGE syndrome; eliminating healthcare disparities in Audiology
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