BRIEF BIO Dr. Danielle Glista is a Research Associate and Adjunct Research Professor at the National Centre for Audiology at Western University, London, Ontario, Canada. She joined the Child Amplification Laboratory team in 2010. Dr. Glista's research interests are in the areas of hearing aid fitting strategies, advanced hearing aid technologies and aided outcome measurement for infants and adults with hearing loss. Her recent research efforts have focused on frequency compression hearing aid technology, the development and evaluation of speech perception tests, and the clinical application of auditory evoked potentials.
Hearing aid fitting
Hearing aid signal processing
Aided outcome measurement
2012 to present - New Investigator Research Grant, American Academy of Audiology
Recognized in “The Best of: Hearing Aids” literature and “Top highlights in pediatric audiology” (Hearing Journal) between 2009-2011
2008 to 2010 - Canadian Institutes of Health Research - Frederick Banting and Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarships (Doctoral Award)
2009 - Winner of Best Student Poster, Canadian Academy of Audiology
2007 to 2008 - Ontario Graduate Scholarships in Science and Technology, Western University
Ad Hoc Reviewer for several professional journals
RECENT RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
Parsa, V., Scollie, S., Glista, D. & Seelisch, A. (2013). Nonlinear Frequency Compression: Effects on Sound Quality Ratings of Speech and Music. Trends in Amplification, 17(1), 54-68.
Glista, D., Easwar, V., Purcell, D. W. & Scollie, S. (2012). A Pilot Study on Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials (CAEPs) in Children: Aided CAEPs change with Frequency Compression Hearing Aid Technology. International Journal of Otolaryngology,2012, 12. doi: 10.1155/2012/982894
Easwar, V., Glista, D., Purcell, D. W., & Scollie, S. D. (2012). Hearing aid processing changes tone burst onset: Effect on cortical auditory evoked potentials in individuals with normal audiometric thresholds. American Journal of Audiology, 21(1), 82-90.
Easwar, V., Glista, D., Purcell, D. W., & Scollie, S. D. (2012). The effect of stimulus choice on Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials (CAEP): Consideration of speech segment positioning within naturally produced speech. International Journal of Audiology, 51(12), 926-31.
Glista, D. & Scollie, S. (2012). Development and Evaluation of an English Language Measure of Detection of Word-Final Plurality Markers: The University of Western Ontario Plurals Test. American Journal of Audiology, 21(1), 76-81.
Glista, D., Scollie, S. & Sulkers, J. (2012). Perceptual Acclimatization Post Nonlinear Frequency Compression Hearing Aid Fitting in Children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. Dec;55(6), 1765-87.
Scollie, S., Glista, D., Tenhaad, J., Dunn, A., Malandrino, A., Keene, K. & Folkheard, P. (2012). Stimuli and normative data for detection of Ling-6 sounds in hearing level. American Journal of Audiology. 21(2), 232-41.
Glista, D., Scollie, S., Bagatto, M., Seewald, R., Parsa, V., & Johnson, A. (2009). Evaluation of nonlinear frequency compression: Clinical outcomes. International Journal of Audiology, 48(9), 632-644.