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Assistant Professor of Communication Studies and Services and Cochlear Implant Program Coordinator, Rehabilitative Audiologist
Fields of Expertise:
Deaf Issues > General Deaf Issues
Deaf Issues > Technology
|Dept/Division:||National Technical Institute for the Deaf|
|News Contact:||Greg Livadas, Greg.Livadas@rit.edu, 585-475-6217 (V/TTY)|
Clark has presented and published in the areas of speech perception, speechreading, communication technologies and NTID’s Cochlear Implant Program. She also provides speechreading, auditory training, communication and telephone technologies, assistive listening devices, hearing tests and hearing aid evaluations for people with severe to profound hearing loss.
Her bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences is from Bradley University and she earned a master’s degree in Audiology at the University of Louisville. She also received cochlear implant training at the House Ear Clinic in Los Angeles, Calif.