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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Experienced licensed Audiologist with seven years of comprehensive experience employing various testing devices to determine nature and extent of hearing loss. Versatile and friendly professional proficient in evaluating hearing and balance disorders to determine diagnosis and courses of treatment. In-depth knowledge of job-related tools and equipment, including [Type] and [Type] tools and equipment. Able to communicate effectively across varied groups and interdisciplinary teams, with experience presenting complex information and data in clean, easy-to-understand formats that can be translated for various audiences from patient to physician.

Skills
  • Cochlear implant fitting and programming
  • Comprehensive hearing evaluations
  • Comprehensive vestibular evaluations
  • Hearing aid selection and fitting
  • Patient education & counseling
  • Professional training & education delivery
Work History
Forensic Audiologist , 11/2020 to Current
Kaiser PermanenteSanta Fe Springs, CA,

Delivered Compensation and Pension (C&P) evaluations to assist the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) make service-related claim decisions. Conducted detailed medical record reviews & comprehensive audiological evaluations, formulated medical opinions, and submitted medical reports within assigned deadlines.

Clinical Audiologist , 08/2009 to 10/2021
Waters CorporationParsippany, NJ,

Provided patient-centered care and case management for adults and children with hearing and balance disorders in close collaboration with ENT surgeon and Nurse Practitioner. Conducted independent comprehensive diagnostic evaluations utilizing a battery of hearing and vestibular test equipment and software. Recommended and implemented solutions based on evidence-based practice to successfully address patient needs.

Clinical Technical Specialist , 06/2014 to 07/2018
Cochlear Middle EastCity, STATE,

Served as a liaison between Cochlear & various stakeholders by building & maintaining business/clinical relationships with healthcare professionals such as audiologists and ENT surgeons, key opinion leaders (KOLs) and end users. Collaborated with cross-functional teams including Sales, Marketing, Product Development, Regulatory & Clinical to establish new implant programs and achieve successful implementation of Cochlear’s mission in the region of improving awareness and access to implantable solutions. Facilitated new product launches and trainings in the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region. Responded to ad-hoc requests for clinical support and root cause analysis. Supported management objective of improved access to service and care for recipients/end users by leading a special project to establish a Regional Cochlear Support Clinic. Ensured clinic compliance within regional regulatory standards. Developed clinical workflows and patient databases to assist with tracking and managing clinical activities, and to provide management team with periodic reports on performance and trends. Conducted specialized product training for end users and various stakeholders.

Clinical Fellow (Honor's Position) , 06/2008 to 06/2009
Vanderbilt University Medical CenterCity, STATE,

Gained expertise in working with a range of diagnostic tools and equipment to assist with root cause analysis for hearing and balance related issues. Recommended and implemented hearing solutions based on evidence-based practice to successfully address patient needs Developed proficiency in using Audiology and various manufacturer specific software tools to achieve appropriate fitting goals. Used client feedback and fitting tools to successfully troubleshoot/resolve specific issues and achieve desired positive outcomes. Used validation and outcome tools to evaluate and measure impact of solutions on ability to address problems and to guide clinical decision-making.

Education
Doctor of Audiology : Audiology , Expected in 05/2009
Vanderbilt University - Nashville, TN,
GPA:
  • Received Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Dean’s Scholarship (Full tuition for entire period of studies)
  • Received Vanderbilt Jay W. Sanders Audiology Award for excellence in academic & clinical performance
Master of Arts: Communication Sciences And Disorders, Expected in 12/2004
University of Central Florida - Orlando, FL
GPA:
  • Received Provost Fellowship (Full tuition for entire period of studies)
  • Received UCF Merit Fellowship for continuing academic excellence
  • Awarded ASHA 6th Annual Minority Student Leadership Program Award
  • Awarded ASHA Travel Fellowship
Bachelor of Science: Speech, Language And Hearing Sciences, Expected in 05/2002
SR Medical College & Research Institute - India,
GPA:
  • Awarded Young Scientist Award for Best National Student Paper in Speech Pathology at ISHACON, 2001
Accomplishments

Publications & Presentations

McCaslin, D.L., Jacobson, G.P., Grantham, S.L., Piker, E.G. & Verghese, S. (2011). The influence of unilateral saccular impairment on functional balance performance and self-report dizziness. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, Vol.22, No.8, 542-9. Presented at Capstone Day, Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center, Nashville, TN, April 2008

Verghese, S.S. (2004). The Speech Situation Checklist: A normative and comparative investigation of children who do and do not stutter. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Central Florida, Orlando

Vanryckeghem, M. & Verghese, S. (2004). The Speech Situation Checklist: Comparative investigation of children who do and do not stutter. The ASHA Leader, Vol.9, No. 15, 104. Presented at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language & Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA, November 2004

Verghese, S. The KiddyCAT: A Comparative Investigation of Stuttering and Nonstuttering Preschoolers’ Speech Associated Attitude. Presented at the NIDCD Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA, November 2002

Prakash B, Verghese, S. & Dhanaraj, G. (2002). Temporal dynamics in sound/syllable repetitions of stutterers and normal non-fluent children: A pilot investigation in Tamil. Asia Pacific Disability Rehabilitation Journal, Vol. 13, No.1. Presented at the XXXII Indian Speech & Hearing Conference, India, January 2001

Affiliations

Virginia State Board Certified in Audiology 2009 - Present Certificate of Clinical Competence Speech- Language Pathology & Audiology 2008 - Present

Member of American Speech Language & Hearing Association 2008 - Present

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School Attended
  • Vanderbilt University
  • University of Central Florida
  • SR Medical College & Research Institute
Job Titles Held:
  • Forensic Audiologist
  • Clinical Audiologist
  • Clinical Technical Specialist
  • Clinical Fellow (Honor's Position)
Degrees
  • Doctor of Audiology
  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Science

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