Barbara S. Herrmann, Ph.D., CCC-A
Assistant Professor of Otology and Laryngology, Harvard Medical School
Clinical Associate, Department of Audiology
My research concentrates on the electrophysiology of human auditory and vestibular systems primarily in clinical populations with the purpose of a more thorough understanding of the mechanisms underlying system disorders and consequently optimizing these measures for diagnosis and treatment monitoring. My primary interests are in the identification and diagnosis of hearing loss in infants using electrophysiologic measures and the characterization and the use of electrically auditory evoked responses in cochlear implant and auditory brainstem implant patients.
1. Voss SE, Herrmann BS. How does the sound pressure generated by circumaural, supraaural, and insert earphones differ for adult and infant ears? Ear and Hearing, 26, 2005, 636-650/S
2. Herrmann BS, Thornton AR, Joseph JM. Automated infant hearing screening using the ABR: Development and validation. Amer Jour.Audiology , 1995, 4:6-14.
Rauch SD, Zhou G, Kujawa S, Guinan JJ, Herrmann BS. Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials (VEMPs) Show Altered Tuning in patients with Meniere’s disease. Otology and NeuroOtology . 25, 2004, 333-338.
Rauch SD, Zhou G, Kujawa SG, Guinan JJ, Herrmann BS. Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials (VEMPs) vs Vestibular Test Battery in Patients with Meniere’s Disease. Otology and NeuroOtology. 25, 2004. 981-916.