Dr. Evan Grolley is an audiologist and founding member of Link Audiology, LLC. Dr. Grolley was raised in Niskayuna, NY. He received his B.S. in Neurosciences from Lafayette College in 2005. After working as a research assistant in the surgical ICU at Mount Sinai Medical Center in NY for 2 years, he left to attend the Doctorate in Audiology program at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL.
While pursuing his degree, Dr. Grolley had the privilege of working on several research projects that examined behavioral and physiological responses to extremely high frequencies and may influence the way hearing is tested in the near future. He also occupied his free time playing guitar with a rock and roll cover band in the Chicago area.
Upon graduating, Dr. Grolley worked as an audiologist with Chicago ENT before he was recruited as Director of Professional Relations at Vocal Labs in Centralia, WA. He has presented his research on otoacoustic emissions at the Academy for Research in Otolaryngology annual meeting and has been published as a co-author in Ear and Hearing. Dr. Grolley brings his expertise in audiometric testing, diagnostics, and therapeutic treatments to Link Audiology, LLC.
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