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Dr. Lisa Fox-Thomas is the AP Professor, Coordinator of Audiology Services, and Assistant Director of the Speech and Hearing Center at UNC Greensboro. She specializes in tinnitus and sound sensitivity disorders. Dr. Fox-Thomas also serves as preceptor for students in the clinic, teaches undergraduate and graduate courses, and conducts clinical research.
Dr. Amy Myers is an AP Assistant Professor at UNC Greensboro. She graduated from Radford University with a B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders, from James Madison University with a M.Ed in Audiology, and from A.T. Still University with a clinical doctorate in Audiology. Dr. Myers specializes in diagnostic audiology, hearing aid fitting, dispensing, and consultation, as well as cochlear and middle ear implants. She is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and the American Academy of Audiology. Her previous research and work was with the FDA clinical trial for a totally implantable hearing device known as the Envoy Esteem which received FDA approval in 2010. Currently she is involved in two ongoing research projects titled "Findings of a Universal Hearing Screening Program for School-Aged Children" and "Cochlear Implant Connections Therapy." She also recently completed a research project titled "Improving Client Knowledge About Hearing Loss and it's Management."
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The Speech and Hearing Center at UNC Greensboro works with students and the community to educate, provide prevention, evaluation and intervention services for those with hearing and communication conditions of all ages.
Hearing care services
- Hearing evaluations
- Hearing aids
- Assistive listening technology
- Cochlear implants
- Auditory processing
- Listening training
- Hearing conservation