Have you ever rocked out a little too hard, indulged in the decibels, and wound up with a ringing in your ears that’s left you stunned for a day? Dr. Carrie Scarff dives into demystifying the smallest bones of the body.
Dr. Carrie Scarff completed her Master of Science in Audiology at Dalhousie University, clinical Audiology internships at Georgetown Medical Centre in Washington DC and The IWK Grace hospital in Halifax, and her PhD and PostDoc in Auditory Neuroscience at the University of Calgary in the area of brain plasticity and hearing research under the tutelage of Dr. Jos Eggermont. She has published peer-reviewed publications in the areas of early identification of hearing loss, Tinnitus and auditory cortical plasticity following hearing loss with her colleagues at The University of Calgary and Dalhousie University.
She is frequently invited to speak about demystifying hearing loss and helping individuals understand their own hearing loss from various non-profit agencies to health professionals at The Canadian Association of Audiology annual conference, provincial Geriatric Alberta Health Service rounds and Primary Care Network educational meetings for their health professionals including pharmacists, nurses, physiotherapists and physicians and Seniors resource agencies throughout the city.