Bre Myers AuD ‘07 is the first faculty member from the Osborne College of Audiology to complete the degree, defending her dissertation, “Acoustic Stimulus Effects on Functional Balance Measures,” in November to currently enrolled PhD students as well as faculty and committee members Victor Bray, PhD, Martin Pienkowski, PhD, and external reviewer Devin McCaslin, PhD, of the Mayo Clinic. She will receive her degree at commencement on May 25.
On Sunday, March 19 from 8:00 to 9:40 a.m., Michael Pro, MD, will discuss
Contemporary Co-management of Glaucoma: A Case-Based Approach as part of the Salus
University Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) Dynamic Duos continuing education
program at the Hafter Student Community Center.
Assistant professor Jingyun Wang, PhD, is Salus University's first-ever Innovation in Education Grant recipient.
A native of Montana, Jamie Maffit grew up surrounded by the great outdoors and everything illustrated in country tunes written about small hometowns. When researching undergraduate institutions, she decided to pursue a bachelor’s degree at the University of Montana, double majoring in Sociology and French. Upon graduating, she spent one year as an AmeriCorps volunteer working closely with underserved teens at a middle school just outside of Portland, Oregon.
At an early age, Dr. Bre Myers acquired a profound love for music and found herself intrigued at how certain songs, sounds, and lyrics could generate such intense feelings in different individuals. Studying the ear appeared to be a natural fit for her.