David A. Eddins

Dr. David A. Eddins is Professor in the Departments of Communication Sciences & Disorders and Chemical & Biomedical Engineering at the University of South Florida. He is co-director of the Auditory & Speech Sciences Laboratory and Associate Director of the Global Center for Hearing & Speech Research. His research interests include perceptual consequences of presbycusis; central auditory plasticity related to tinnitus, hyperacusis, traumatic brain injury, and aging; relationships between spatial and spectro-temporal processing and speech perception; development and evaluation of hearing enhancement devices; perception of pathological voice; electrophysiological correlates of auditory perception. Research supported by NIH, NSF, and corporate collaborators.