After obtaining his B.A. in Communication and Psychology from Michigan State University in 2010, Evan pursued a career in human research science. At the University of Michigan and Northwestern University Evan collaborated with multiple research teams investigating the effects of long-term substance abuse on family relationships, examining auditory and literacy development in children through neurobiological and behavioral correlates, implementing clinical trials in ophthalmic disease populations, and conducting memory experiments with noninvasive brain stimulation and imaging methods. Evan is currently pursuing his AuD. His primary clinical and research interests include the assessment and treatment of children with hearing loss, central auditory processing disorders, and tinnitus and hyperacusis assessment and management. Beyond assisting those with hearing and balance difficulties in the clinic, Evan aspires to contribute to the scientific community and expand his auditory research background into a career in translational audiology.