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Tinnitus and Sound Sensitivity Lab (TASSL)

Welcome to the Tinnitus and Sound Sensitivity Laboratory (TASSL).

The OUHSC Tinnitus and Sound Sensitivity Laboratory (TASSL) is a clinical research laboratory founded in 2014. The OUHSC TASSL is coordinated by Dr. Suzanne Kimball and serves as a site for clinical research in the areas of tinnitus perception, hyperacusis and misophonia.

For more information, please contact Dr. Kimball at (405) 271-4214 Ext. 46068 or email her at suzanne-kimball@ouhsc.edu.

Lab Director:
Suzanne H. Kimball, AuD, CCC-A 

Contact Information:
Email: suzanne-kimball@ouhsc.edu
Office phone: (405) 271-4214 ext. 46068
Fax: (405) 271-3360

Address:
College of Allied Health
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
1200 North Stonewall Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK  73117

Diagnosis and management of tinnitus, hyperacusis and misophonia

 

Effects of tinnitus, hyperacusis and misophonia on personality and behavior

  • Jeffrey Larsen and Nicole Lueker: Tinnitus in Undergraduate Students with Misophonia; 2021-2024
  • Ketevan Mdzinarishvili: The Use of Yoga as a Means of Tinnitus Management,2021-2023
  • Annie Stallings: Reduction in Speech Intelligibility with the Use of Face Coverings, 2021-2023
  • Janelle Newman: Personality Questionnaires as a Validation Tool in a Tinnitus Evaluation: A Systematic Review, 2020-2021
  • Carol Beth Johnson: Tinnitus and Depression: A review of Depression Screening Instruments in Tinnitus Evaluation, 2020-2021
  • Caitlyn Mathews: Treatment outcomes for mild hearing loss and tinnitus 2017-2020, published in Seminars in Hearing, 2018
  • Kristen Barton: Treatment outcomes for mild hearing loss and tinnitus 2017-2020, submitted for American Tinnitus Association student grant award program
  • Emily Sharp: Misophonia: A case study 2017-2019, published in Valente & Valente, Adult Audiology Casebook, 2nd Edition, 2018
  • Ashley Loney: Qualitative Descriptions of Tinnitus and the Effects of Mindfulness Techniques 2016-2018, presented at national ASHA convention, 2017
  • Erin Benear: Personality profiles among Hyperacusis patients, 2016-2018, presented at national ASHA convention 2017, published in American Journal of Audiology, 2019
  • Farquharson, Morgan: Prevalence of Misophonia in Oklahoma, 2015-2016, presented at national ASHA convention, 2016
  • Hopkins, Hilary: A survey of the attitudes of practitioners towards teleaudiology and Smartphone technology, 2014-2017, presented at national ASHA convention, 2016
  • Myers, Jamie: Prevalence of Tinnitus and Noise Induced Hearing Loss in Oklahoma Dentists, 2014-2016, published in Noise and Health journal
  • Van Curen, Lauren: Personality Attributes among Tinnitus Sufferers as Assessed Through LIWC, 2014-2017, Presented at national ASHA convention, 2017
  • Keese, Katie: Association between Physical Activity and Tinnitus, 2013-2015
  • Kalas, Kendal: Teleaudiology in Oklahoma: Can it Improve Pediatric Follow-up Services? 2012-2014
  • Dew, Elizabeth and Griffin, Cari: Patient Retention of Audiological Information: Is There a Better Way, 2010-2011, Presented at Audiology Now! April, 2011 Chicago, IL
Mentoring of Research Project for British Isles and Greece Study Abroad Experiences
  • Bennet, Kiersten, Hall, Katelyn, Haskins, Caroline, Krutak, Amanda and VanderVorste, Amanda, Educational System of Greece for Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology, Spring, Summer 2017, presented at national ASHA convention, 2017
  • Brooks, Olivia, Hoffman, H, Pierce, Sarah, Shannon, Jessica, Smith, Emily and White, Abigail Comparison of Speech-Language & Hearing Services of Greece & the United States, Spring, Summer 2017, presented at national ASHA convention, 2017
  • DeLoera, Ana, Moody, Reagan, Pogue, Brecklyn, Kupper, Kristyn, Newman, Janelle and Singh, Manroop, Acoustics of Amphitheaters or Other Ancient Structures, Spring Summer 2017, presented at state OSHA convention, 2017
  • Myers, Jamie, Keese, Katie and Boyer, Jenna: Comparison of Hearing Services with Socialized Medicine in the British Isles to American Healthcare, Spring, Summer 2014

Myers
Jamie Myers, BS presents her poster at the
OUHSC GREAT Symposium (2014)


 

AAA 2011 presentation
Cari Griffin, AuD, 12’ and Elizabeth Dew, AuD, 12’ present their poster
at the CAH Research Day (2011)