As a researcher, my training is in auditory physiology, particularly the middle ear and cochlea, neuroscience, and acoustics. As an audiologist, I also have strong clinical interests. My research program focuses primarily on understanding the mechanics of the peripheral auditory system and applying that understanding in clinically useful ways. One of the main tools I use in my research is the measurement of otoacoustic emissions (OAEs), which are very low-level sounds produced in the cochlea.


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