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Formby, Craig, Ph.D.

Research Professor

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Dr. Craig Formby is a Research Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders. Dr. Formby is a clinical audiologist who has extensive experience in the areas of auditory percpeption, tinnitus, hyperacusis, and balance disorders. He has held faculty appointments at the University of Florida, Johns Hopkins University, the Univeristy of Maryland. He currently holds the position of Distinguished Graduate Research Professor Emeritus at the University of Alabama and as Research Professor at USF and the Universitiy of Maryland Baltimore County. Dr. Formby is Principal Investigator on an NIH NIDCD R21 award in collaboration with scientists at USF and that work is carried out in the Auditory & Speech Sciences Laboratory (ASSL) at USF. Dr. Formby is actively engaged in the mentorship of CSD graduate students at USF.

Post-Doctoral Fellow (Neurology) University of Alabama 1982
Ph.D. (Communication Science) Washington University, St. Louis 1982
M.A. (Audiology) Memphis State Univeristy 1977
B.A. (Speech Communication) Auburn University 1974