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Judy Peterein, Au.D.

Clinical Audiologist (1983-present)

Education:

Doctorate of Audiology (2009)
Salus University, George Osborne School of Audiology, Pennsylvania

Master of Science in Audiology (1983)
Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, Missouri

Bachelor of Science in Education (1979)
Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, Missouri

Clinical Areas of Interest:

Electrophysiologic Testing, Amplification, Hearing Assistive Technology

Teaching Title:

Lecturer, Program in Audiology and Communication Science, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri (2008 to Present)

Annual instructor for Washington University School of Medicine ENT Resident Physician Basic Science courses

Annual instructor for Washington University School of Medicine ENT Resident Physician Otology/Audiology Conferences

Bibliography:

Valente M, Goebel J, Duddy D, Sinks B, and Peterein J. Evaluation and treatment of severe hyperacusis. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 2000:11:295-299.

Valente M, Peterein J, Goebel J, and Neely G. Four cases of acoustic neuromas with normal hearing. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 1995:6:203-210.

Gates GA, Karzon RK, Garcia P, Peterein JL, Storandt M, Morris JC, and Miller PJ. Auditory dysfunction in aging and senile dementia of the alzheimer’s type. Archives of Neurology 1994:52:626-634.

Karzon RK, Garcia P, Peterein JL, and Gates GA. Distortion product otoacoustic emissions (DPOAEs) in the elderly. American Journal of Otology 1994:15:596-605.

Spector JG, Lee P, Peterein J, and Roufa D. Facial nerve regeneration through autologous nerve grafts: a clinical and experimental study. Laryngoscope 1991:101:537-553.


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