Dr. Elizabeth DesRoche earned her doctorate from Northeastern University in 2012. Upon graduation, she began working at Mass. Eye and Ear with special interests in threshold auditory brainstem response testing in infants and cochlear implant evaluation and follow-up. She moved to Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in 2014, where she was involved in cochlear implant research related to hybrid internal devices and cochlear implants in patients with single sided deafness. Now back at Mass. Eye and Ear, she sees patients at our main campus and in East Bridgewater.
Dr. DesRoche has a wide range of clinical expertise, including comprehensive cochlear implant and BAHA care, hearing aid assessment and follow-up, and electrophysiology assessment. She enjoys working with patients of all ages.