Dr. Victoria Duda is an Assistant Professor and practicing audiologist at the University of Montreal. She is also the head of the CAT Laboratory since 2020 which is dedicated to the study of auditory cognitive neurosciences and temporality. She holds a Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Sciences from the University of Ottawa and an M.Sc.S in audiology. She conducts experimental and patient-partnership research to develop audiological intervention plans that integrate patient experiences. Her work focuses on creating clinical diagnostic tools and assistive devices to enhance auditory function and accessibility for individuals with hearing loss and cognitive impairment, deaf-blindness, tinnitus and hyperacusis.