Dr Teresa Ching
Role: Project Leader/Key Researcher
Dr Teresa Y.C. Ching, PSM is a Senior Research Scientist at the National Acoustic Laboratories in Australia. In previous years, Teresa had held faculty appointments at the University of London and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and research fellowships at Macquarie University and the University of Newcastle.
Her major research interests include amplification requirements of children and adults, speech intelligibility and psychoacoustic abilities of people with hearing impairment, evaluation of amplification for children, bimodal hearing and bilateral cochlear implantation for children. Dr Ching is currently leading a population-based study that examines the longitudinal outcomes of children with hearing impairment.
- XR1.3.1a Longitudinal Outcomes of Children with Hearing Impairment (LOCHI)
- XR1.3.2a Early Auditory Speech Discrimination As Predictor Of Language Of Hearing Impaired Infants
- XR1.3.3 Children With Unilateral Hearing Loss
- XR3.2.4 Prescribing Electroacoustic Stimulation
- XR3.2.5 Amplification Prescribing For Children With ANSD
- XR3.3.1 Therapies To Improve Language and Literacy In Hearing-Impaired Children