Washington University Adult Audiology is dedicated to the hearing healthcare of its patients. Using the latest equipment and technology, our professionally trained and licensed clinical Audiologists provide personalized and timely services for all types of hearing challenges. In addition, our faculty and staff routinely conduct cutting-edge hearing aid research.
0 ReviewsMichael Valente, PhD is the director of the Division of Adult Audiology at Washington University, St Louis. He sees patients who have difficulty hearing and are looking for the best technology to provide the greatest help with hearing loss.
0 ReviewsDr. Alison Brockmeyer has clinic interests including hearing aids, hearing assistive technology, and diagnostic evaluations. She is a published academic author.
0 ReviewsMy areas of interest are amplification, osseo-integrated implants as well as auditory processing and hearing assistive technology. In my spare time I enjoy reading, biking, and spending time with my family.
0 ReviewsAndrew Schuette, Au.D. is a clinical audiologist in the Division of Adult Audiology at Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine. He provides evidenced-based hearing healthcare, including diagnostic evaulations, hearing aids and hearing protection, to improve the quality of life for... More
0 ReviewsClinical interests include research, amplification, hearing assistive technology, and tinnitus. Dr. Oeding has published multiple academic papers relevant to speech understanding.
0 ReviewsI have been an audiolgoist at Washington Universtiy School of Medicine for over 30 years providing diagnostic and hearing aid services. Washington University provides excellent clinical services and follow up. I have also been involved in audiology research projects and currently have access to... More