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Nicole Corbin

University of Pittsburgh

Nicole Corbin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Science and Disorders and Audiology Faculty in the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities and Related Disorders (LEND) Center at the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt). She received her Doctorate in Audiology from Arizona State University in 2013 after completing a clinical externship and LEND fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital. Her clinical interests lie in the family-centered, interdisciplinary assessment and management of hearing loss in children. Dr. Corbin completed her Ph.D. in Speech and Hearing Sciences at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2019. Her research interests lie in the development of binaural hearing abilities and the effect of unilateral hearing loss on children’s overall development.

In her current role, Dr. Corbin teaches in the classroom, serves as the academic advisor for students in years one and two of the Doctorate of Audiology (AuD) program, directs a supplemental audiology training grant at the LEND Center, and conducts research under the Brain and Communication Science Research Initiative. She serves on various committees within professional organizations.

Derek Daniels

Wayne State University

Jennifer Friberg

Illinois State University

Colleen Visconti

Baldwin Wallace University

Colleen F. Visconti, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is a Professor/Program Director for the SLP program at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses including foundations of EBP, articulation and phonology disorders, speech and language development, and capstone. She is the Editor of Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders; and co-author of Evidence-based education in the classroom: Examples from clinical disciplines. Her research focuses on the scholarship of teaching and learning with regards to service-oriented study abroad, peer review and peer mentoring, and evidence-based educational practices.

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