Susan Scollie

Child Amplification Laboratory;National Centre for Audiology;Université de Western Ontario, Canada

Susan D. Scollie, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Together with Dr. Richard Seewald, she codirects the Siemens Child Amplification Laboratory at Canada’s National Centre for Audiology. Dr. Scollie has served on committees to develop Preferred Practice Guidelines for the prescription of hearing aids in both adults and children for the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario and is a Consultant for the Ontario Infant Hearing Program. She has completed efficacy studies of digital and directional hearing aids, evaluated the accuracy of probe microphone measurements, and provided technical support for the DSL [I/O] prescriptive algorithm to clinicians and industry. More recently, she and her colleagues have developed version 5.0 of the DSL Method for hearing aid fitting.

Biography Updated on 1 August 2012

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