Four third-year students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders participated in USF Audiology Fall 2022 Research Day. Madison Dowdy, Jessica Combs, Christa Ratcliff, and Sarah Grover presented the results of their audiology doctoral projects. Dowdy's research, "Retrospective Study on Factors That Affect Audiologicall Follow-Up Rates in Malawi," was funded by the USF Sarasota-Manatee Office of Research Trail Blazers Scholarship.
Doctoral students participate in Audiology Research Day
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