John Ferraro, Ph.D.

Degrees and Post-Doctoral Experience:
— Post-Doctoral Fellow, Auditory Physiology Laboratory, Northwestern University, 1972-1974 (under the direction of Peter Dallos)– Ph.D. – Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Denver, 1972 (Audiology minor)– M.S. – Biology, U. Denver, 1970– B.S. – Biology, Southern Colorado St. College, 1968 (Chemistry, Psychology minors)

Current Positions:

— Carolyn Doughty-Margaret Kemp Chairman and Professor, Hearing and Speech Department, University of Kansas Medical Center and– Co-Director, University of Kansas Intercampus Program in Communicative Disorders (1984-present)– Associate Dean for Research, KUMC School of Allied Health (1998-present)

Publication/Presentation History:

— Nearly 100 publications (journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings, etc.) and 200 regional/national/international presentations relating to the clinical applications of auditory-evoked potentials/auditory physiology– Textbook Laboratory Exercises in Auditory Evoked Potentials (Singular Publishing, Inc.)

Recent Professional Service:

— Co-Chair (Audiology Chair), 2009 Annual ASHA Convention, New Orleans– Member, ASHA Committee on Honors (2010-2012)– Chair, American Academy of Audiology Gold Standard Summit Sub-Taskforce on Academic Consistency (current)Select Awards:

— ASHA Fellow, 1992– Honors of the Council of Academic Programs in Communications Sciences and Disorders (2001)– 2002 Outstanding Honorary Alumnus, School of Allied Health, University of Kansas Medical Center.– 2003 Center for Excellence Graduate Teaching Award, University of Kansas– Honors of the Association, ASHA-2006

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