Sriram Boothalingam

Credentials: PhD MSc Audiology

Position title: Assistant Professor


Sriram is interested in understanding the functional relevance of the auditory efferent system. He also builds tools with the aim to improve conventional hearing tests. Sriram predominanlty uses otoacoustic emissions (OAEs) and electroencephalography (EEG) to assay the auditory system.


Jon Douglas

Credentials: AuD, CH-TM

Position title: Clinical Associate Professor

Jon is the audiologist in the Waisman Center Clinics and the director of the Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has clinical and research interests in tinnitus, decreased sound tolerance, and pediatric audiology.

Ellen Peng

Credentials: PhD

Position title: Research Associate

Ellen’s current research focuses on understanding functional spatial hearing abilities in children with normal hearing and children with bilateral cochlear implants. The goal of her work is to develop rehabilitative tools to improve hearing device programming outcomes for children when listening in realistic auditory environments.


David Purcell

Credentials: PhD

Position title: Associate Professor, Western University, Canada

Dr. Purcell’s research interests include physiological and behavioural measurement of auditory function, especially using speech evoked potentials such as the envelope following response and otoacoustic emissions.


Susan Scollie

Credentials: PhD

Position title: Professor, Western University, Canada

Dr Scollie’s research interest include pediatric amplification, hearing aid signal processing and outcome measures.

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