Investigators

Sumit Agrawal

Sumit Agrawal

Assistant Professor and Research Director, Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

  • Surgical simulation
  • Tympanic membrane and middle-ear biomechanics
  • Vestibular disorders
Prudence Allen

Prudence Allen

Associate Professor, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders

  • Assessment of developmental changes in chidren's ability to process complex sounds
  • Central auditory processing disorders
  • Effects of noise on academic skills and achievement
Brian Allman

Brian Allman

Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology

  • Multisensory processing
  • Cortical plasticity following hearing loss
  • Tinnitus and its risk factors
Marlene Bagatto

Marlene Bagatto

Assistant Professor, School of Communications Sciences and Disorders

  • Policy and practice integration in the area of pediatric audiology
  • Pediatric amplfication
  • Early hearing detection and intervention (EHDI) programs
Blake Butler

Blake Butler

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology

  • Sensory systems development
  • Sensory loss and neuroplasticity
  • Multisensory integration
Janis Cardy

Janis Cardy

Associate Professor, School of Communications Sciences and Disorders

  • Neural, genetic and processing underpinnings of language development and disorders in children
  • Overlap between developmental disorders such as language impairment and autism spectrum disorders
Paula Folkeard

Paula Folkeard

Research Manager and Audiologist, National Centre for Audiology

  • Adult amplification and outcome measurement
  • Product and procedure validation
  • Industry-sponsored research
Danielle Glista

Danielle Glista

Assistant Professor, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders

  • Connected hearing healthcare, ehealth, mhealth
  • Hearing aid fitting and signal processing
  • Aided outcome measurement
  • Publications
Ingrid Johnsrude

Ingrid Johnsrude

Professor, School of Communications Sciences and Disorders and Department of Psychology; Director, Brain and Mind Institute

Hanif Ladak

Hanif Ladak

Professor, Departments of Medical Biophysics/Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Mechanical behaviour of the middle ear
  • Design and testing of medical image processing algorithms
  • Surgical training simulation with applications to the ear, nose and throat
Ewan Macpherson

Ewan Macpherson

Associate Professor, School of Communications Sciences and Disorders

  • Spatial and binaural hearing by hearing impaired and normally hearing listeners
  • Effects of cochlear implant processing strategies on spatial hearing
  • Active sound localization via listener head movements
Sheila Moodie

Sheila Moodie

Associate Professor, School of Communications Sciences and Disorders

  • Integrated Knowledge Translation
  • Moving evidence into clinical practice
  • Changing practice behaviour / implementation science
  • Family support & education for children with hearing loss
Lorne Parnes

Lorne Parnes

Professor, Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery

  • Vestibular disorders
  • Hearing loss including cochlear implants
  • Facial nerve disorders
Vijay Parsa

Vijay Parsa

Associate Professor, School of Communications Sciences and Disorders and Faculty of Engineering

  • Speech and audio processing
  • Electroacoustic measures
  • Sound quality estimation
  • Handheld devices
David Purcell

David Purcell

Associate Professor, School of Communications Sciences and Disorders

  • Physiological measurement of auditory function using speech evoked potentials
Susan Scollie

Susan Scollie

Professor, School of Communications Sciences and Disorders
Director, National Centre for Audiology

  • Pediatric amplification
  • Hearing aid signal processing
  • Outcome measures
Susan Stanton

Susan Stanton

Associate Professor, School of Communications Sciences and Disorders

  • The audiotory phenotype
  • Physiological measures of the human auditory system function
  • Genotype-phenotype relationships