Ph.D Student

bochat, sarah

Bochat, Sarah Au.D.

PhD Student 

Primary Advisor: Michelle Arnold, Au.D., Ph.D., CCC-A

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Sarah Bochat is an audiologist, Ph.D. student, and aspiring clinical researcher. Her current research involves measuring physical activity and function in adults with hearing loss and evaluating changes in physical outcomes with best-practice hearing intervention.  

Au.D.  University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN  2020
M.A.   University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 2019
B.A. University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI  2016


SPA 6341 | Principles of Amplification II, Instructor

SPA 3310 | Intro. to Disorders of Hearing, Instructor

SPA 6805 | Research Procedures in CSD, Instructional Assistant 

SPA 3002 | Intro. to CSD, Instructor


Recent Scholarly Activity 

  • Bochat, S., Higgins, N.C., Goodman, S.S., Eddins, D.A., and Eddins, A.C. (2022). Middle-ear muscle reflex: sensitivity and reliability of thresholds and growth functions. Poster presentation at the Acoustical Auditory Society, Nashville TN.
  • Provost’s award for outstanding teaching by a graduate teaching assistant, Health/Medicine/Behavior Science, USF, 2023.