Student Research Grant in Audiology Recipients

The Student Research Grant in Audiology supports doctoral students in communication sciences and disorders pursuing research in clinical and/or rehabilitative audiology for a proposed one-year study. The grant is supported by the Ira M. Ventry and Brad W. Friedrich Memorial Funds.

2019

Awarded $2,000 each

Jeong-Seo Kim
Jeong-Seo Kim
PhD Candidate
University of Iowa
Mentor: Carolyn J. Brown
Acoustically Evoked Compound Action Potential in the Electro-Acoustic Stimulation (EAS) of Cochlear Implant Users
Ashley Rae Parker
Ashley Rae Parker
PhD Candidate
University of Connecticut
Mentor: Erika Skoe
The Inner Ear Protein Prestin as a Biological Index of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

2018

Awarded $2,000

Kathryn B. Wiseman
Kathryn B. Wiseman
PhD Candidate
University of Texas at Dallas
Mentor: Andrea Warner-Czyz
Inconsistent Device Use in Young Cochlear Implant Users

2017

Awarded $2,000

Viral Tejani
Viral D. Tejani
PhD Candidate
University of Iowa
Mentor: Carolyn Brown
Spectral and Temporal Mechanisms Behind Masking Release in Hybrid Cochlear Implant Users

2016

Awarded $2,000 each

Charles Pudrith
Charles Pudrith
PhD Candidate
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Mentor: Susan Phillips
Association of Melanocortin Receptor 1 and Susceptibility to Noise Induced Hearing Loss Within Caucasians
Sujin Shin
Sujin Shin
PhD Candidate
University of Texas at Dallas
Mentor: William Katz
Cognitive Factors Involved in the Speaking Rate Difficulties in Children With Cochlear Implants

2015

Awarded $2,000 each

Chanie Monoker
Chanie Monoker
PhD Candidate
City University of New York
Mentor: Brett Martin
A Study of the Acoustic Change Complex in People With a History of Otitis Media
Elizabeth C. Stewart
Elizabeth C. Stewart
PhD Candidate
Arizona State University
Mentor: Andrea Pittman
What Can We Know in a Tenth of a Second? Examining the Relation Between Subcortical Neurophysiologic Response Latency and Auditory Learning

View Student Research Grant in Audiology recipients before 2015 [PDF].