TTUHSC School of Allied Health Sciences

Cassie A. Garner Ph.D. CCC-A

Assistant Professor

EDUCATION

2002  Bachelor of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology/ Audiology - University of Nebraska - Lincoln

2004  Master of Science in Audiology - University of Nebraska - Lincoln

2007  Doctor of Philosophy in Human Sciences - University of Nebraska - Lincoln

CLINICAL CERTIFICATION/ LICENSURE

  • Certificate of Clinical Competence - Audiology, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
  • Audiologist License - Nebraska- not active
  • Audiologist License - Texas

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Basic studies of the normal, human auditory system, more specifically, cochlear mechanics, using non-invasive techniques (otoacoustic emissions, auditory evoked potentials, behavioral methods, middle ear measures)
  • Improving test performance of otoacoustic emissions  

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Neely, S.T., Johnson, T.A., Garner, C.A., & Gorga, M.P. 2005.  Stimulus-frequency otoacoustic emissions measured with amplitude-modulated suppressor tones.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 118, 2124-2127.

Gorga, M.P., Dierking, D.M., Johnson, T.A., Beauchaine, K.L., Garner, C.A., & Neely, S.T. 2005.  A validation and potential clinical application of multivariate analyses of distortion-product otoacoustic emission data. Ear & Hearing, 26, 593-607.

Gorga, M.P., Johnson, T.A., Kaminski, J.R., Beauchaine, K.L., Garner, C.A., & Neely, S.T. 2006.  Using a combination of click- and tone burst-evoked auditory brain stem response measurements to estimate pure-tone thresholds. Ear & Hearing, 27, 60-74.

Johnson, T.A., Neely, S.T., Garner, C.A., & Gorga, M.P. 2006.  Influence of primary-level and primary-frequency ratios on human distortion product otoacoustic emissions. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 119, 418-428.

Garner, C.A., Neely, S.T., & Gorga, M.P. 2008.  Sources of variability in distortion product otoacoustic emissions. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 124, 1054-1067.

RECENT GRANTS

2009 - Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health & University Medical Center, Women's Health Innovation Fund Grant - Gender Differences in Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emission Fine Structure

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