Sean Kastetter is originally from southeast Florida. He completed his B.A. and M.A. in Communication Disorders and his M.A. at the University of Northern Colorado. He came to the VCU Health System Medical Center, Division of Audiology in 1994 to institute the first universal newborn hearing screening program in Virginia. He also helped with legislation to mandate universal newborn hearing screening within the state. Mr. Kastetter's initial exposure to cochlear implants was at the Colorado Ear Clinic in 1988. He has worked with adult and pediatric cochlear implant patients as a full time member of the VCU Cochlear Implant Team since 1995. He participates in research and serves in an advisory capacity for Advanced Bionics Corporation, Cochlear Corporation, and Med-El Corporation.
Jennifer graduated from James Madison University with an undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and earned her Master of Science from East Carolina University. Ms. White's specialties include cochlear implants, pediatric testing and amplification and she is a member of the Center for Cleft and Craniofacial Care. She has worked at VCU Healthsysems since 1998.
Amy graduated from the University of Maryland with an undergraduate degree in Hearing and Speech Sciences and earned her Master of Science degree from Towson State University. Ms. Stevenson's specialties include adult hearing testing and hearing aids, balance testing, as well as other audiological services necessary in providing proper patient care. She has worked as a clinical audiologist in Richmond since 1996 and has been with the VCU Health System since 2009.
Christine received her Ph.D. from The University of Memphis, M.S. from Columbia University, and her B.S. from Boston University. Dr. Eubanks is co-chair of the Hearing Workgroup of the Virginia Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EDHI) program's Advisory Committee. She has authored over 15 publications, and was Editor of the Journal of Educational Audiology from 1999-2001. She is the co-creator of the Profiles of Hearing Aid Performance and Benefit, and the Connected Speech Test. The articles on the development of the CST won the Editor's award from the American Auditory Society in 1989. She has taught at the graduate level, and tested the hearing of newborns through elderly listeners. She is also the mother of a teenager, and thus has a keen interest in classroom acoustics and prevention of noise-induced hearing loss.
The Audiology department at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center is devoted to improving the communication ability of persons with hearing loss through clinical services, research and education of professionals and families.
VCU Audiology provides a wide range of hearing diagnostic and amplification/management options for all ages (birth through adult). Clinical services provided include: • Behavioral evaluation • Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) • Immittance audiometry (tympanometry and acoustic reflexes) • Otoacoustic emissions (OAE) • Assessment of balance (vestibular) function is also available for adults.
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