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Carol A. Silverman
Campus Affiliation: CUNY Graduate Center
Phone: (212) 481 7687
Degrees/Diplomas: New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY, MPH, Epidemiology (Honors Thesis) New York University, New York, NY, PhD, Audiology Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, MS, Audiology Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, BA, Psychology (Wellesley College Scholar)
Deputy Executive Officer and Professor, Audiology (Au.D.) Program and Professor, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences, the Graduate Center, CUNY
Professor, Communication Sciences, Hunter College, CUNY
Adjunct Professor, Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, New York Medical College
Hearing Scientist and Epidemiologist, New York Eye & Ear Infirmary

Selected Books and Chapters

  • Silman S, Silverman CA. (1991). Auditory Diagnosis: Principles and Applications. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group (2nd Printing, 1997). (1st Printing, San Diego: Academic Press).

  • Miller MH, Silverman CA (Eds.). (1984). Occupational Hearing Conservation. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Selected Articles

  • Silverman CA. (8/9/2010). Multifrequency tympanometry and otoacoustic emissions in infants and children. AudiologyOnline. Invited article. http://www.audiologyonline.com/articles/article_detail.asp?article_id=2341

  • Silverman CA, Schoepflin JR, Linstrom CJ, Gilston NS. (2010). Repair issues associated with cochlear implants in children. J Otol Neurotol, .31:926-931.

  • Silverman CA, Linstrom CJ, Gilston N, Schoepflin JR. (2010). Repair issues associated with cochlear implants. Cochlear Implants International, 11 (Suppl 1): 469-472.

  • Litner J, Silverman CA, Linstrom CJ, Arigo JV, McCormick SA, Yu G-P. (2009). Original Studies. Tolerability and Safety of a Poly-L-Lactide Eustachian Tube Stent Using a Chinchilla Animal Model. J Int Adv Otol 5(3):290-293.

  • Silman S, Emmer MB, Silverman CA. (2009). Distortion product otoacoustic emissions that are not outer hair cell emissions. J Am Acad Audiol .20(5):306-310.

  • Emmer, MB, Silman S, Silverman CA, Levitt H. (2009). Temporal integration of the contralateral acoustic-reflex threshold for a 1000-Hz tonal activator and its age-related changes. J Am Acad Aud.20(4):225-228.

  • Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Yu G. (2009). Efficacy of the bone anchored hearing aid for single sided deafness. Laryngoscope 119(4): 713-72

  • Silverman CA, Silman S, Emmer MB, Schoeflin JR, Lutolf JR. (2006). Auditory Deprivation in Adults with Asymmetric, Sensorineural Hearing ImpairmentJ Am Acad Aud.17:747-762

  • Wu ZW, Silverman CA, Linstrom CJ, Tessema B, Cosetti M. (2005). Objective computerized vs. subjective analysis of facial synkinesis. Laryngoscope 115:2118-2122.

  • Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Colson D. (2002). Facial motion analysis with a video and computer system following treatment of acoustic neuroma. J Otol & Neurotol  23(4):572-579.

  • Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Rosen A, Meiteles LZ. (2001). Bone-conduction impairment in chronic ear disease. Annals Otol Rhinol Laryngol. 110:437-441.

  • Linstrom CJ, Silverman CA, Rosen A, Meiteles LZ. (2000). Eustachian-tube endoscopy in patients with chronic ear disease. Laryngoscope 110:1884-1889.

  • Silman S, Silverman CA, Emmer M. (2000). Central auditory processing disorders and reduced motivation: Three case studies. J Amer Acad Audiol 11:57-63.

  • Silverman CA (1998). Audiologic assessment and amplification. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 25(3):545-581.

  • Silverman CA, Silman S (1995). Acoustic-immittance characteristics of children with middle-ear effusion: A longitudinal investigation. J Amer Acad Audiol 6:339-345.

  • Silverman CA (1995). Pure-tone characteristics of children with middle-ear effusion. Semin Hear 16(1): 99-104. Invited article.

  • Silverman CA, Silman S. (1990). Apparent auditory deprivation from monaural amplification and recovery with binaural amplification: Two case studies. J Amer Acad Audiol 1:175-180.

  • Silverman CA. (1989). Auditory deprivation. Hear Instr 40(9):26-32.

  • Silverman CA, Silman S, Miller MH. (1983). The acoustic reflex threshold in aging ears. J Acoust Soc Am 73:248-255.

Selected Grants

  • Weinstein B. (Principal investigator), Flugman B (Co-Principal Investigator), Silverman CA (Research Associate). Small scale pilot training of healthcare workers to address the hearing and balance needs of the homebound elderly. CUNY Workforce Development initiative (WDI) award of $15,000 (12/08-12/09). The grant represents a collaboration among the AuD Program and the Center for Advanced Study in Education (CASE) of the Graduate Center, and Visiting Nurse Service of New York.

  • Weinstein, B (Principal Investigator), Silverman CA (Co-Principal Investigator), Flugman B (Co-Principal Investigator), Spiegel S (Project Coordinator). Training Home Health Care Workers to Identify and Manage Sensory Loss in Their Clients: Phase I – Curriculum Development. CUNY Workforce Development Initiative (WDI) award of $20,000. (9/07 – 12/08). The grant represents a collaboration among the AuD Program and the Center for Advanced Study in Education (CASE) of the Graduate Center, and Visiting Nurse Service of New York

  • Linstrom CJ (Principal Investigator) and Silverman CA (Principal Investigator). Short-term and long-term efficacy of the BAHA for single-sided deafness. The Jacob and Valeria Langeloth Foundation award of $209,857 (1/1/04-06/30/07)

  • Linstrom CJ (Principal Investigator), Silverman CA (Co-Principal Investigator), Rosen A (Co-Principal Investigator), Kwartler JA (Co-Principal Investigator). Eustachian tube and middle-ear prosthesis implants: Chronic ear disease. Department of Medicine and Surgery Rehabilitation Research and Development, Veterans Administration Award (Project Number C2017-2RC) of $377,967 (5/1/97-10/31/00).

  • Linstrom CJ (Principal Investigator), Silverman CA (Co-Principal Investigator). Temporal and spatial characteristics of facial motion in normal persons and persons with facial paralysis. Ira W. DeCamp Foundation Award of $25,000 (10/1/96-9/31/97).

  • Silman S (Principal Investigator), Silverman CA (Co-Principal Investigator), Lutolf J (Co-Investigator), Emmer MB (Co-Investigator). Acclimatization in monaurally fitted adults. Department of Medicine and Surgery, Rehabilitation Research and Development, Veterans Administration Award (Project Number C845-RA) of $527,000 (6/1/96-5/31/99).

Reviewer (Selected)

  • American Journal of Audiology, Ear & Hearing, Laryngoscope, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, Journal of Speech-Language-Hearing Research

Selected, Recent Honors

  • 2005: 2005 Academic Excellence Award, School of Public Health, New York Medical College

  • 2005: 2005 Excellence in Research Award, School of Public Health, New York Medical College

  • 2005: Honors thesis, New York Medical College