​Audiology Faculty

​Audiology Adjunct Faculty

Jace Wolfe, PhD, CCC-A

Jace Wolfe, PhD, CCC-A

Adjunct Assistant Professor 


Contact Information:

(405) 822-8584

Jace-Wolfe@ouhsc.edu


Education:

Doctor of Philosophy, Audiology, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 2001 
Master of Science, Audiology, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1998                                   
Bachelor of Science, Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1996


Teaching:

Professional Program:
Doctoral Program in Audiology
CSD 8490 Special Studies:  Implantable Hearing Technology 


Research Interests:

Cochlear Implants
Pediatric Audiology
Personal FM Systems 


Funding:

  • Wolfe J & John AB. Collaborative research agreement in partnership with Phonak AG. Multi-study agreement between Phonak AG, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, and Hearts for Hearing Foundation to evaluate Phonak diagnostic and amplification technology. $300,000.   Funded by Phonak AG, 2011-2014.  Role: co-PI
  • Wolfe, J., John, A.B., Kasulis, H., & Ballard, J.  Frequency compression for children with mild to moderate hearing loss.  Funded by Phonak AG., 2009-2010.  Role:  co-PI


Clinical:

Cochlear Implants
Pediatric Audiology
Hearing Aids & FM Systems
Diagnostic Audiology


Service:

Reviewer, International Journal of Audiology
Editor, American Speech Language Hearing Association Division 9 Perspectives
Reviewer, Journal of the American Academy of Audiology


Selected Publications:

  • Wolfe, J., Duke, M., Schafer, E., Jones, C., Mulder, H., John, A., & Hudson, M.  (2015). Evaluation of performance with an adaptive digital remote microphone system and a digital remote microphone audio-streaming accessory system.  American Journal of Audiology, 24: 440-450. 
  • Wolfe, J., John, A.B., Schafer, E., Hudson, M., Boretzki, M., Scollie, S., Woods, W., Wheeler, J., Hudgens, K., & Neumann, S. (March 2015).  Evaluation of wideband frequency responses and non-linear frequency compression for children with mild to moderate high-frequency hearing loss.  International Journal of Audiology, 54(1): 170-181.  
  • Wolfe, J., Schafer, E., Mills, E., John, A., Hudson, M., & Anderson, S. (2015). Evaluation of the benefits of binaural hearing on the telephone for children with hearing loss.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 26(1): 1-8. 
  • John, A., Wolfe, J., Scollie, S., Schafer, E., Hudson, M., Woods, W., Wheeler, J., Hudgens, K., & Neumann, S. (2014). Evaluation of wideband frequency responses and non-linear frequency compression for children with cookie-bite audiometric configurations. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 25(10): 1022-1033.   
  • Wolfe, J., Mills, E., Schafer, E., John, A., & Hudson, M. (2014). Binaural hearing on the telephone for pre-school children with hearing loss. Hearing Review, 21(6): 14-16.
  • Randall, K., Hudson, M., & Isaacson, M. (2014). Formalizing a college diversity statement.  Journal of Best Practices in Health Professions Diversity: Research, Education and Policy, 7(1): 941-953.
  • Wolfe, J., Morais, M., Neumann, S., Schafer, E., Mulder, H., Wells, N. John, A., & Hudson, M. (2013). Evaluation of speech recognition with personal FM and classroom audio distribution systems. Journal of Educational Audiology, 19:65-79.
  • Wolfe, J., Morais, M., Schafer, E., Mills, E., Mulder, H., Goldbeck, F., Marquis, F., John, A., Hudson, M., Peters, B.R., & Lianos, L. (2013). Evaluation of speech recognition of cochlear implant recipients using a personal digital adaptive radio frequency system.  Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 24(8): 714-724.   
  • John, A., Wolfe, J. Schafer, E., Hudson, M., Fox, K., Wheeler, J., & Wallace, J. In asymmetric high-frequency hearing loss, NLFC helps.  (2013). Hearing Journal, 66(9): 26-29.
  • Wolfe, J., Morais, M., Schafer, E., Mills, E., Peters, R., Lianos, L., John, A., & Hudson, M.  (2013). Better speech recognition with digital RF system in study of cochlear implants.  Hearing Journal, 66(7): 24- 26.