Department of Hearing and Speech faculty work with community members who need their expertise.
Faculty from the school's Department of Hearing and Speech are actively engaged in a range of clinical experiences within the local community.
Cole Campbell, Au.D., CCC-A
In addition to teaching courses in the doctorate program in audiology, Campbell also mentors and supervises students in the Hearing and Speech Clinic at KU Medical Center.
He has special expertise in adult diagnostics, hearing aid fittings, and aural (hearing) rehabilitation.
Lauren Mann, Au.D., Ph.D., CCC-A
Audiology director of the Hearing and Speech Clinic at KU Medical Center, Mann has experience with both adult and pediatric audiology.
Her clinical interests include tinnitus and sound sensitivity evaluation/treatment. Mann provides patient care as part of the KU Center for Concussion Management and the Turner Syndrome Clinic.
Casey Redding, Au.D., CCC-A
A pediatric audiologist, Redding provides services to newborn infants, children and teenagers with hearing loss in the Hearing and Speech Clinic at KU Medical Center.
He also works with young patients in the neonatal intensive care unit of The University of Kansas Health System and the KU School of Medicine's Cleft and Craniofacial Clinic.