David Brown, audiology professor, was a co-author on a research article about people who complain about having hearing loss, but when tested, have normal hearing sensitivity.
David K. Brown, PhD
David K. Brown, PhD – Professor of Audiology, AUD SIMLab Director
David Brown, PhD joined Pacific University in August 2012. Dr. Brown previously served as Director of Audiological Research at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, and was also on the faculty at University of Cincinnati in Ohio. His areas of specialty include otoacoustic emissions, auditory brainstem response diagnostics, newborn hearing screening, and pediatric audiologic diagnostics, with a strong research interest in simulation technology. Dr. Brown completed a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Pathology and Audiology from Western Washington University in 1981 and a Master of Arts in Audiology from Western Washington University in 1984, and then went on to earn his Doctor of Philosophy in Auditory Neuroscience from University of Calgary in 1996. Dr. Brown, being a consummate audiologist, has a deaf miniature Goldendoodle named Sammy. Sammy’s hearing loss was identified through auditory brainstem response (ABR) testing when he was a puppy and the family uses sign language to communicate with him.
Dr. Brown's Auditory Research Lab:
For the second year in a row, Pacific University is the top private research university in the Pacific Northwest, according to figures collected and reported by the National Science Foundation.
Dr. Victoria Keetay, director of the School of Audiology, is pleased to announce the arrival of faculty for the first year of the doctor of audiology (AuD) degree program.