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Barbara Weinstein, PhD

Barbara Weinstein, PhD, Graduate Center, City University of New York, Audiology, Nursing, Physical Therapy, & Disability Studies, is well known for her teaching, research, publications, and program development in her role as professor of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at Herbert H. Lehman College of the City University of New York.  As Executive Officer of Clinical Doctoral Programs, she serves as administrator for programs in audiology, nursing, physical therapy, public health, and disability studies.      
Select honors and appointments she has received include the Distinguished Alumni Award from Case Western Reserve University, panel member of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Consensus Panel- Cochlear Implant Conference; Invited Member of the International Working Group on Hearing and Aging sponsored by the World Health Organization and the Kellogg  Foundation; faculty member of the Brookdale Center on Aging at Hunter College; and Fellow, Brookdale Institute on Aging at Columbia University. Over the course of her accomplished career, she has provided extensive leadership in and service to professional societies including as a Member of the Advisory Board of the Merrin Institute, the American Academy of Audiology (AAA Telehealth Committee), Chair of the Committee on a Position Statement on Adult Hearing Screening, on the ASHA Board of Division Coordinators as Coordinator ASHA Division Gerontology, Consultant for The Lighthouse, Chair of ASHA Working Group on Audiology Services to the Elderly, the Task Force on Treatment Outcomes and Cost-Effectiveness, and chair of the ASHA Committee on Delivery of Audiology Services in Home Care and Institutional Settings.