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The research interests of Sarah O. Holbert, Au.D., C.C.C.-A., compliment her clinical interest in cochlear implants, hearing aids and aural rehabilitation of adults with acquired hearing loss. Dr. Holbert is a team member of the Aerospace Medicine and Vestibular Research Laboratory and investigates various therapies to enhance balance and mitigate motion sickness. Additionally, she is dedicated to linking research activities with clinical practice and to the education of future audiologists as well as practicing health professionals.
Dr. Holbert works toward the goal of helping audiology patients attain the best possible outcomes after aural surgery and rehabilitation, as well as to better understand how humans can optimize performance in aerospace environments. She is also dedicated to ensuring that current and future patients receive the best possible care through professional education of otorhinolaryngologists, audiologists and other allied health care professionals.
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