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2014-2015 Foundation Supported Research

The AAAF congratulates these audiologists and students on the receipt of grants for research in 2014-2015. These grants are supported by gifts made to the AAA Foundation's Annual Fund, and member contributions ensure that resources are available to fund future audiology research. To make a donation restricted for the use of research in the hearing sciences, call the AAA Foundation office at 703-226-1048.

Research Grants in Hearing and Balance

New Investigator
Stella Ng, PhD
University of Toronto
The Development of Ethical Clinician and Scientist Relationships with Industry: A Grounded Theory Study and Faculty Development Initiative


Student Investigator
Krysta Gasser Rutledge, AuD Student
Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis University School of Medicine
Hearing Loss in a Novel Polygenic Mouse of Type II Diabetes Mellitus


Student Investigator

Bruna Mussoi, AuD/PhD Student
University of Iowa
Age-related Changes in Temporal Resolution Revisited: Findings from Cochlear Implant Users

Student Investigator
Macy Schott, AuD Student
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Assessment if a Hearing Conservation Program Designed for 4-H Youth


Vestibular Research Student Investigator
Sponsored with a generous gift from the American Institute of Balance Education Foundation.
Lee Choongheon, AuD/PhD Student
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Effects of Meclizine and Diazepam on Mammalian Vestibular Function


Hearing Aids, Clinical Protocols and Patient Outcomes Student Investigator
Sponsored with a generous gift from Unitron.
Paul Reinhart, PhD Student
Northwestern University
Objective and Subjective Assessments of Patient Susceptibility to Reverberation


Student Summer Research Fellowship
Rachel Halbriter, AuD Student
West Virginia University
Effects of High-pass Filter Cutoff on Gender Identification from Vowel Segments


Student Research Forum

Sponsored annually with a generous gift from Plural Publishing, Inc.

Robin E. Criter, AuD, PhD
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
A Preliminary Fall Risk Screening Protocol for Audiology Hearing-Clinic Patients 


Allison Coltisor, AuD Student

Texas Tech University Health Science Center
Consonant Perception Enhancement Using Signal Processing in Bimodal Hearing


Alison Kiolbasa, BS

Washington University School of Medicine
Auditory Training in Noise with Cochlear Implant Recipients  


Alaina Lenzen, BHS

Missouri State University
Relationship of Hearing Sensitivity to Cognition Levels in Normal Hearing Adults 


Stephanie Waryasz, BS

University of Connecticut
Effects of Sport-related Concussion on Auditory Processing in University Athletes 

James and Susan Jerger Award for Excellence in Student Research

Sponsored annually with a generous gift from an anonymous donor.

Paul Reinhart
Northwestern University
Coping with Music Processing Hearing Aids: Optimizing Compression


Hannah Widner
University of Memphis
A Toad and a Frog are Hard to Tell Apart: How English as a Second Language Affects


Lauren
Schaper
University of Texas at Dallas
Verification of Hearing Aids Made for iPhones


Lauren Charles

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Clear Versus Conversational Speech: Release from Masking in Children with Hearing Loss


Reem Mulla, AuD
University of Pittsburgh
Impact of a Hearing Aid Gain Adaptation Feature on Hearing Aid Success


Chrisanda Sanchez
University of Florida
Tablet Audiometry: Accurate Enough for Clinical Use?


Association for Research in Otolaryngology (ARO) Travel Awards

Erica Ehlers
University at Wisconsin-Madison

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