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Faculty members of the program are full-time doctoral faculty members from Brooklyn and Hunter Colleges.  In addition, faculty members from other CUNY campuses, including Queens College and The Graduate Center are included in this distinct and accomplished roster of academicians.  Clinical supervision will be provided by certified and licensed audiologists experienced in all aspects of audiology.

Michael Bergen
Clinical Audiology, supervision, counseling
Kaitlin E. Calleja
Michele B. Emmer
audiologic assessment, hearing science, medical audiology, pediatric audiology
Stanley A. Gelfand
Diagnostic audiology, Speech perception, Hearing conservation, Aural rehabilitation
Glenis Long
Hearing Science, Psychoacoustics, Otoacoustic Emissions
Brett A. Martin
Auditory evoked potentials; pediatric audiology
Dorothy Neave-DiToro
Diagnostic Audiology, Aural Rehabilitation
John P. Preece
Cochlear Implants, tinnitus, psychoacoustics
Adrienne Rubinstein
Hearing Aids, Aural rehabiltation, speech recognition
Helen R. Salus
Shlomo Silman
Carol A. Silverman
Donald A. Vogel
Business and ethics, pediatric audiology and language, audiometric graphics
Barbara E. Weinstein
Hearing loss in the elderly, outcomes assessment, evidence based practice, hearing screening, handicap assessment
Matilda Wissner
Diagnostic Audiology, Central Auditory Processing Disorders,Hearing aids, Aural rehabilitation
Susan Wortsman
Diagnostic Audiology

Doctoral Adjunct Faculty: The Graduate Center

Jessica Galatioto
amplification, audiologic/vestibular assessment, auditory evoked potentials
Christopher J. Linstrom
cochlear implants and other sensory aids, medical audiology, otolaryngology and neurotology
Michelle MacRoy-Higgins
Phonological and Language Development and Impairment in children, Late talkers, Language acquisition and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Joseph Montano
counseling, adult audiologic rehabilitation
Andrew Resnick
amplification, audiologic/vestibular assessment, otoacoustic emissions
Lynn Sirow
amplification, central auditory processing disorders, geriatric audiology, private practice issues, professional issues