Kelly Jahn

Kelly Jahn

Assistant Professor

Research Interests: Improve treatments for hearing loss by studying how auditory perception changes across the lifespan and following acoustic injury

 
972-883-2358
CD J220
Neuroaudiology Lab
ORCID
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Professional Preparation

Postdoctoral Fellowship - Auditory Neurscience
Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Eye and Ear - 2021
PhD - Speech and Hearing Sciences
University of Washington - 2019
AuD - Audiology
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine - 2016
BS - Psychology
University of Connecticut - 2012
BA - Communication Sciences
University of Connecticut - 2012

Publications

Spectral Resolution Development in Children With Normal Hearing and With Cochlear Implants: A Review of Behavioral Studies 2022 - Journal Article
Single-Channel Focused Thresholds Relate to Vowel Identification in Pediatric and Adult Cochlear Implant Listeners 2022 - Journal Article
The Relationship Between Impedance, Programming and Word Recognition in a Large Clinical Dataset of Cochlear Implant Recipients 2022 - Journal Article
Recovery from forward masking in cochlear implant listeners: Effects of age and the electrode-neuron interface 2021 - Journal Article
Auditory Detection Thresholds and Cochlear Resistivity Differ Between Pediatric Cochlear Implant Listeners With Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct and Those With Connexin-26 Mutations 2020 - Journal Article
Audiometric Predictors of Bothersome Tinnitus in a Large Clinical Cohort of Adults With Sensorineural Hearing Loss 2020 - Journal Article
Identifying Cochlear Implant Channels With Relatively Poor Electrode-Neuron Interfaces Using the Electrically Evoked Compound Action Potential 2020 - Journal Article
Electrophysiological Estimates of the Electrode–Neuron Interface Differ Between Younger and Older Listeners With Cochlear Implants 2020 - Journal Article

Funding

Neural Signatures of Enhanced Central Auditory Gain in Hyperacusis
- National Institutes of Health [2021/08–2024/05]
Physiological Markers of Sound Intolerance in Individuals with Hyperacusis
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation [2020/12–2021/12]