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Anu Sharma

Principal Investigator • Professor • PhD
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Hannah Glick

Hannah Glick

Lab Manager • AuD Candidate • PhD Candidate
Hannah is a dual AuD and PhD candidate at the University of Colorado. With a broad interest in hearing loss-related brain changes across the age spectrum, she hopes to combine her clinical and research skills in the changing landscape of audiology and neuroscience. Her special interests include brain changes in age-related hearing loss, cross-modal cortical plasticity, and cochlear implants. When not in the lab, you can find Hannah outside in...
Rosemary McKnight

Rosemary McKnight

SLP Student • Graduate Research Assistant • MB ChB, MRCGP, DRCOG
Rosemary is an MA-SLP graduate student at the University of Colorado. Her interests include early intervention in childhood, and age-related hearing loss and associated cognitive function in adults. Originally from Dunblane, Scotland, she has a degree in medicine from the University of Edinburgh. Rosemary loves the Colorado climate and enjoys sailing, cycling and skiing with her husband, son and daughter.
Emily Deeves

Emily Deeves

AuD Student • Graduate Research Assistant
Emily is a first year audiology student at the University of Colorado. Her interests lie in pediatrics, mainly in cochlear implants and auditory neuropathy spectrum disorder. In her free time Emily is getting to know the ins and outs of living in Boulder.
Erin Duncan

Erin Duncan

AuD Student • Graduate Research Assistant
Erin is an Au.D student at the University of Colorado. Her interests include central auditory processing disorders, auditory neuropathology, and auditory development in children with cognitive deficits. When Erin is not in the lab, you can find her exploring Colorado trails and ski slopes.

Nina Harris

Undergraduate Student • Undergraduate Research Assistant
Nina is an undergraduate senior pursuing two degrees, one in Linguistics and one in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, as well as a certificate in cognitive science. She is particularly interested in hearing loss in children and cochlear implant research. In her free time, Nina enjoys volunteering with the university's co-ed service fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega and reading in coffee shops.