Candice Manning Quinn
Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences
Candice Quinn, AuD, PhD, FAAA, is a VA RR&D Research Investigator at the Durham VA Health Care System and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Duke University School of Medicine in the Department of Head & Neck Surgery and Communication Sciences. She is also an affiliate investigator at the VA RR&D National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR) in Portland, OR. Dr. Quinn's research program focuses on the psychoacoustic evaluation and diagnosis of tinnitus, app-based development for tinnitus evaluation and sound therapies, and the use of hearing aids as a tinnitus treatment modality.
Current Research Interests
- Psychoacoustic evaluation of tinnitus perception
- Sound therapy as tinnitus treatment
- Notched Noise Therapy
- App-based tinnitus evaluation and diagnosis
- Use of hearing aids as tinnitus treatment
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