Dr. Mark Krumm

I obtained both my bachelor's and master's degrees at the University of Wyoming and specialized in the field of audiology. After a four year period as an educational audiologist, I enrolled in the Ph.D. program at Wichita State University in Kansas. My dissertation was focused on the maturation of late auditory evoked potentials in children and I completed my doctoral studies in 1990. My first university appointment was in the temperate climate of North Dakota at Minot State University (MSU). During my nine years at MSU, I became active in telehealth research conducting some of the early research studies in audiology using this medium. I moved to Logan, Utah in 2000 to work at Utah State University and began a study in which I delivered comprehensive hearing services to infants 100 miles away from my office. Also, during this period of time, I became the American Speech Language and Hearing Association chair of the telepractice working group which generated guidelines for the use of telehealth technology for audiologists and for speech language pathologists. I just recently relocated to Kent State University this summer and hope to continue in telehealth research and early intervention research.

B.S. in Audiology, University of Wyoming, M.S. in Audiology, University of Wyoming, and Ph.D, Wichita State University, 1990

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