Eddins, Ann, Ph.D., M.B.A., CCC-A

Eddins, Ann, Ph.D., M.B.A., CCC-A

Dr. Ann Eddins earned a B.S. in Communication Disorders from Northwestern University, M.A. in Audiology from the University of California at Santa Barbara, Ph.D. in Auditory Physiology from SUNY University at Buffalo, an M.S. in Business Administration/Medical Management and an M.B.A. both from the University of Rochester, Simon School of Business. She started her academic career as a post-doctoral fellow in Neuroscience at the University of Florida followed by faculty positions in Audiology and Hearing Science at Indiana University and SUNY University at Buffalo. She subsequently served as the Director of Audiology at the University of Rochester Medical Center in the Departments of Audiology and Otolaryngology and joined the University of South Florida in 2010. Dr. Eddins’ clinical and research interests have been aimed at understanding the neurophysiological bases of normal and impaired hearing. Her work has incorporated both human and animal models using a range of basic science and clinically applied techniques including single- and multi-neuron measures, evoked and event-related potential measures, neuroimaging and psychophysics. She is currently studying how features of complex sounds are represented in the adult brain of individuals with normal hearing and hearing loss. In addition, she has expertise in small business development and a keen interest in the impact of health care economics on clinical management decision making.

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Education
B.S. (Communication Disorders) Northwestern University 1983
M.A. (Audiology) University of California, Santa Barbara 1989
Ph.D. (Auditory Physiology) SUNY, University at Buffalo 2007
Post Doctoral Fellowship (Neuroscience) University of Florida 1992-1994
Clinical Fellowship in Audiology University of Florida, Shands Hospital 1992-1994
M.S. (Bus Admin/Medical Management) University of Rochester 2007
M.B.A. University of Rochester 2010

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