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B.S., West Virginia University, 2000
Kristin C. Roush, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor serving as Clinical Faculty in the Curry School of Education's Department of Human Services' Speech, Language, Hearing Center. She holds a doctorate in audiology from James Madison University. Prior to her appointment at U.Va., she was a clinical educator in the Department of Hearing, Speech, and Language Sciences at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. There she supervised graduate students in the provision of audiological services, taught advanced hearing aid topics, supported clinical research, and coordinated externships. While she enjoys many aspects of audiology; her primary area of focus includes adult and pediatric diagnostic services as well as hearing aid and assistive listening device evaluations. In addition, she has extensive knowledge of working with those that are Deaf and hard-of -hearing that use manual communication such as American Sign Language. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Roush will teach EDHS 5080 Intro to Audiology.