Dr. Glick is a licensed audiologist and cognitive neuroscientist. With professional experience extending across healthcare, academic, industry, government, and entrepreneurial settings, Dr. Glick brings a fresh perspective on the profession of audiology. Dr. Glick enjoys supporting patients and families along all stages along their hearing journey. A skilled teacher and mentor, she also enjoys teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate courses, helping students and mentoring early-career scientists find their purpose and unleash their passion.
Dr. Glick completed her AuD and combined triple PhD at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her research focuses on the effect of hearing loss and hearing treatment/rehabilitation on brain health, cognition, and overall well-being. Her work has been featured in scientific publications and book chapters around the world and she has given numerous research and clinical presentations nationally. Dr. Glick's research has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, the National Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and the Hearing Industry Research Consortium.