Dr. Carol Silverman
Carol A Silverman, PhD MPH CCC-A
Deputy Executive Officer of the CUNY AuD Program
Phone: 212 481 7687
Email: Carol Silverman
Carol A. Silverman, PhD, MPH, CCC-A is a professor in the Communication Sciences Program at Hunter College and also Deputy Executive Officer and Professor at the CUNY AuD Program. The CUNY AuD Program, a consortium program involving Hunter College, the Graduate Center, and Brooklyn Colleges, offers the Doctor of Audiology degree. She holds a PhD in Audiology from New York University and an MPH in Epidemiology from New York Medical College. Her research has been supported by the Veterans Administration, Department of Health and Human Services, private foundations, and the City University of New York. She has received honors and awards for various aspects of her career including academic excellence and excellence in research from New York Medical College, a New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Distinguished Achievement Award, and a New York City Speech-Language-Hearing Association Professional Achievement Award. Journals for which she has served as reviewer or editorial consultant include the following: American Journal of Audiology; Ear and Hearing; Journal of the American Academy of Audiology; Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development; Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools; and Laryngoscope.
- Medical audiology
- Acoustic immittance
- Auditory deprivation
AUD 70000: Anatomy & Physiology of the Audio-Vestibular System, AUD 71000: Diagnostic Audiology AUD 72000: Multicultural issues for Audiologists; AUD 76000: Medical Audiology; AUD 79800: Independent Study; AUD 79602: Seminar in Audiology II.