Role: PhD Student
Kelley Graydon is a paediatric audiologist at The University of Melbourne. She has been working as a clinical tutor and lecturer in the Department of Audiology and Speech Pathology for nine years.
Long term effects of conductive hearing loss
Kelley’s PhD research is assessing the effects of chronic middle ear pathology in infancy on the development of central auditory processing skills. Her research has focused on spatial processing disorder, in particular its prevalence in children with a history of conductive hearing loss. Kelley has also been investigating the use of electrophysiological techniques as a diagnostic measure of spatial processing disorder.