Meghan Hiss, B.A.
Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.); The Ohio State University, degree expected 2012.
Bachelor of Arts with Research Distinction in Speech and Hearing Science; The Ohio State University, 2008.
Research interests include neuroplasticity, noise-induced hearing loss, vestibular function, and cochlear implants. Current activities include collaborating on early childhood education projects, which include screening children for autism spectrum disorders and educating children, families, and staff about mental health, developmental, and nutritional health issues.
Sanders, M.C., Chang, N.N., Hiss, M.M., Uchanski, R.M., & Hullar, T.E. Temporal binding of auditory and rotational stimuli, Experimental Brain Research, 2011 February 2, [Epub ahead of print].
Hiss, M. (2008). Audiovisual Information of Reduced Information Speech Stimuli. Poster presented to the 2008 Denman Forum Undergraduate Research Forum, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
Hiss, M., Kiener, A.., Emrick, C., Lamoreau, K., Minton, A., Goff, A., MacMeekin, A., Monjot, M., Ridenour, H., Sanders, J., Ulakovic, D., & Godrey, R. (2009). Far Field Performance of an Anechoic Chamber used for Speech and Hearing Research. Poster presented to the Acoustical Society of America Annual Conference, Portland, Ore.
Hiss, M. (2011). Psychophysical responses to earth-vertical rotations in the elderly. Poster presented to the American Auditory Society Meeting, Scottsdale, Az.
Clinician of the Month, OSU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, 2010
The Ohio State University, Alpha Lambda Delta, 2005
The Ohio State University, Phi Eta Sigma, 2005