Dr. David Gnewikow’s Resume

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Education:

High School: George Washington High School, Danville, VA, 1991

Undergraduate: B.S.- Engineering Science, Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN, 1995

Graduate: M.S.- Audiology, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN, 1997

Ph.D.- Audiology, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 2002

 

Professional Experience:

2007- Present: Audiologist, Sole Owner, Advanced Hearing Solutions, Mt. Juliet, TN

2000-2007: Coordinator of Audiology Services, Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center, Nashville, TN

2000-2007: Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN

1997-2000: Audiologist, Pre-doctoral Fellow, Department of Veterans Affairs, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System, Nashville, TN

 

Publications:

Ricketts TA, Henry P, and Gnewikow D. (2003). Full time directional versus user-selectable microphone modes in hearing aids. Ear and Hearing, 23, 424-439.

Gnewikow D and Moss M. (2006) Hearing aid outcomes with open and closed canal fittings. The Hearing Journal, 59(11), 66-72.

Gnewikow D, Ricketts TA, Bratt GW, and Mutchler LC. (2009). Real-World benefit from directional microphone hearing aids. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 46(5), 603-618.

Gnewikow D, Gnewikow DW, and Cieliczka DJ. (2009). Private Practice Audiology: Coming of Age. Seminars in Hearing, 30(2), 129-137.

 

Presentations:

Gnewikow D. “Amplification of High-Frequency Hearing Loss for a Trained Listener.” Presented at the American Academy of Audiology Convention, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, April 1997.

Gnewikow D. “Effect of Channels on Audibility and Speech Intelligibility.” Research poster presentation at the American Academy of Audiology Convention, San Diego, California, 2001.

Gnewikow D. “Effect of Noise Correlation and Reverberation on Masked SRT.” Research podium presentation at the American Academy of Audiology Convention, San Diego, California, 2001.

Gnewikow D. “Free-field and Interaural Noise Correlation: Effects on Intelligibility.” Research podium presentation at the American Auditory Society’s Scientific and Technology Meeting, Scottsdale, Arizona, March 7, 2004.

Gnewikow D, Ricketts TA, and Bratt GW. “Real-World Benefit From Directional Microphone Hearing Aids.” Research podium presentation at the American Auditory Society’s Scientific and Technology Meeting, Scottsdale, Arizona, March 15, 2005.

Gnewikow D. “Auditory Physiology, Pathology, and Rehabilitation.” Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Grand Rounds In Neurology, December 8, 2005.

Moss M, Gnewikow D, and Dickinson WW. “Hearing Aid Outcomes with Closed and Open Fittings.” Research poster presentation at the American Academy of Audiology Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 7, 2006.