Bryan Greenaway, AuD
Dr. Bryan Greenaway joined the Pacific University School of Audiology in September of 2021 as an assistant professor. Dr. Greenaway received bachelor’s degrees in psychology and speech and hearing sciences before completing his doctorate in audiology at Pacific in 2019. Prior to joining Pacific, he worked as a private practice clinical audiologist for two years, specializing in adult amplification and tinnitus management. His professional interests include direct-to-consumer hearing solutions, tinnitus management, and expanding access to hearing health information to the public and other medical professionals.
Outside of work, Dr. Greenaway serves as the Legislation and Policy Committee chair and treasurer for the Oregon Academy of Audiology, the co-chair of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology’s Early Career Professionals Group, and a member of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology’s Advocacy Steering Committee. In his free time Dr. Greenaway runs the Norm and JoAnn Frink Hearing Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to increasing access to hearing health services to patients who cannot otherwise access care.