Laurel Carmen Horne, AuDCCC-A
Arizona State University, Doctor of Audiology; Purdue University, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences, B.S.
Laurel Carmen Horne joined the Division of Audiology in March as Visiting Clinical Instructor. Dr. Horne returns to the Division, having done her externship at UI Health in 2011-2012, then a three-month stint as Clinical Instructor of Audiology. She was involved in the Hearing Assessment Reformation Project (HARP) during her time at UI. Her clinical interests include adult and pediatric evaluations, evoked potential assessment and hearing aid technology, and she will be in charge of the hearing aid and tinnitus programs for the Division. Since returning to UI, Dr. Horne has noticed changes for the better throughout the division. “The cochlear implant program has grown tremendously, and the amount of patient’s we see through the Ear Nose and Throat clinic has increased. It is wonderful to be back”. Dr. Horne did her doctoral training at Arizona State University, with an emphasis in pediatrics, and did research work at its Cochlear Implant Laboratory. She earned her BS degree in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University.