Susan Scollie, PhD, is the Director of the Child Amplification Laboratory, Associate Professor in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Faculty of Health Science, and co-collaborator at the Translational Research Unit. Her research is focused on the development and evaluation of successful hearing aid interventions for children, and has previously transferred licensed technologies to the hearing industry for hearing aid prescription and speech reception testing.
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Marlene Bagatto, PhD, is a Research Associate with the Faculty of Health Sciences, Clincial Audiologist at the HA Leeper Speech & Hearing Clinic, Adjunct Faculty at the College of Audiology, Salus University Osborne, Pennsylvania, and the Acting Manager of the Ontario Infant Hearing and Blind Low Vision Programs, London Health Unit. For the Ontario Infant Hearing Program,Marlene provides clinician training and supports clinicians in service delivery to promote consistent use of best practices across Ontario.
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Sheila Moodie, PhD, is the Director of the Family-Centred Care Early Intervention Laboratory. She is an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication Sciences & Disorders, Faculty of Health Sciences, and collaborates with the Ontario Infant Hearing Program (Ministry of Children and Youth Services) as the knowledge translation consultant. At the Child Amplification Lab, we collaborate with Sheila on best practices for knowledge translation in protocol development and training materials development.
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Danielle Glista, PhD, is a Research Associate and Adjunct Research Professor at the National Centre for Audiology. 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.
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Viji Easwar, PhD, Viji Easwar, PhD, is a postdoctoral research fellow at the National Centre for Audiology. She is an audiologist and completed her PhD in Western University in 2014. Viji’s research interests include objective outcome measures of children with hearing loss who wear hearing aids and/or use cochlear implants. She is currently working with Drs. Susan Scollie and David Purcell on an objective aided test called NestAmp (Neural test for Amplification) that was developed during her PhD at Western University. This test aims to confirm access to speech sounds through hearing aids in young babies. Viji recently completed her postdoctoral fellowship with Dr. Karen Gordon at the Hospital for Sick Children during which she evaluated development of binaural processing in children with two cochlear implants using electrophysiological measures.
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