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Amanda Griffin | Education

Undergraduate School

University of Massachusetts at Amherst

2008, Amherst, MA

Graduate School


University of Massachusetts at Amherst

2014, Amherst, MA

Graduate School


University of Massachusetts at Amherst

2015, Amherst, MA

Amanda Griffin | Professional History

My primary research and clinical interests center on pediatric unilateral hearing loss and were inspired from my early clinical experiences at Boston Children’s during my externship in 2011-2012.

Selected Publications

  1. Griffin, A. M., Poissant, S. F., Freyman, R. L. (2019). “Speech-in-noise and quality-of-life measures in school-aged children with normal hearing and with unilateral hearing loss. Ear and Hearing,” 40 (4), 887-904.
  2. Griffin, A. M., Poissant, Sarah F., Freyman, Richard L. (2020). “Auditory Comprehension in School-Aged Children with Normal Hearing and Unilateral Hearing Loss,” Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. 51, 29-41.
  3. Harris, J. M., Neault, M. W., O'Neill, E. E., Griffin, A. M., Kawai, K., Kenna, M. A., & Licameli, G. R. (2021). Incidence, Time Course, and Implications of Electrode Abnormalities in Pediatric Cochlear Implant Recipients. Ear and hearing, 42(2), 334–342. [2]
  4. Yeung, J. C., Griffin, A., Newton, S., Kenna, M., & Licameli, G. R. (2022). In Response to, "Is revision of Cochlear Implants Infrequent?". The Laryngoscope, 132(5), E17. [3]
  5. Park, L.R., Griffin, A.M., Sladen, D.P., Neumann, S., and Young, N.M. (2022). American Cochlear Implant Alliance Task Force Guidelines for Clinical Assessment and Management of Cochlear Implantation in Children With Single-Sided Deafness. Ear Hear. 22;43(2):255-267. doi: 10.1097/AUD.0000000000001204. PMID: 35213890; PMCID: PMC8862768.

Amanda Griffin | Publications

As a clinical-research audiologist I have the privilege to work with children and families in both the clinical and research settings. I believe in maximizing outcomes for children with hearing loss by following evidence-based clinical practice, partnering with families and schools, and collaborating with colleagues through Boston Children’s unique whole-child approach.