TTUHSC School of Allied Health Sciences

Lisa Flores Au.D. CCC-A

Assistant Professor and Clinic Coordinator

EDUCATION

1993 Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Science - Texas Tech University - Lubbock, TX

1996 Master of Science in Communication Disorders - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - Lubbock, TX

2002 Doctorate of Audiology - Communication Disorders - Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center - Lubbock, TX

BOARD CERTIFICATION/ LICENSURE

  • Certificate of Clinical Competence - Audiology, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
  • License to Practice Audiology - Texas

RESEARCH INTEREST

  • Hereditary Hearing Loss
  • Spanish Speaking Populations

SELECTED PUBLICATION

Flores, L., & Aoyama, K. (2008). A Comparison of Psychometric Performance on four Modified Spanish word recognition tests. TEJAS (31), 64-70.

¿Habla Español? Resources for clinicians working with Spanish populations. (2006). Paper presented at the Texas Speech, Language and Hearing Association.

Performance intensity functions and word familiarity of four Spanish word lists. (2005). Paper presented at the Texas Speech, Language and Hearing Association and at the American Academy of Audiology.

Graduate SLP preparedness for working with individuals with hearing loss. (2003). Paper presented at the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association.

A single case study of hereditary sensorineural hearing loss in a single family. (1996). Paper presented at the Texas Speech, Language and Hearing Association.

GRANTS

UMC Foundation Children's Miracle Network grant for cochlear implant equipment, co-awarded with Frankie Sims, $15,000.

Texas Speech-Language and Hearing Association, "Acculturation as a factor affecting Spanish Word Recognition Performance." (2000). $1000.

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