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Carol A Sammeth

TitleResearch Associate
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentSOM - Physiology

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    University of Wisconsin, MadisonPostdoctoral1988Auditory Electrophysiology and Hearing Aids
    University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma CityM.S., Ph.D1983/86Audiology/Hearing Science
    University of Colorado, BoulderB.A.1981Audiology, Psychology

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    Audiologist/hearing scientist with experience in academia (faculty, research), hearing industry (clinical trials, Regulatory affairs), and clinical practice (including VA).

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    1. Bundy S, Sammeth C . Preparing for a US FDA QSIT/GMP Inspection. J Medical Device Regulations (online only; May issue). 2012.
    2. Sammeth C, Bundy S . Bimodal hearing or bilateral cochlear implants?: A review of the research literature. Seminars in Hearing. 2011; 32(1):3-31.
    3. Flynn M, Sammeth C, Sadeghi A, Cire G, Halvarsson G . Baha for single-sided sensorineural deafness: Review and recent technology innovations. Seminars in Hearing. 2010; 31(4):326-349.
    4. Sammeth C, Cire G . The Baha implant system: An effective treatment for single-sided deafness. Hearing Review. 2009; 16(4):34-41.
    5. Huart S, Sammeth C. When hearing aids need help: Bimodal device fittings. The Hearing Journal. 2008; 61(11):56-58.
    6. Miller D, Sammeth C. Middle ear implantable hearing devices. In: Audiology: Treatment (Editor: Valente M). 2008; pg. 324-343.
    7. Litovsky R, Parkinson A, Arcaroli J, Sammeth C. Simultaneous bilateral cochlear implantation in adults: a multicenter clinical study. Ear Hear. 2006 Dec; 27(6):714-31. PMID: 17086081.
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    8. Miller D, Sammeth C. Middle ear implants: An alternative to conventional amplification. In: Strategies for Selecting and Verifying Hearing Aid Fittings (Editor: Valente M). 2002; pg 287-310.
    9. Sammeth C, Levitt H . Hearing aid selection and fitting in adults: History and evolution. In: Audiology: Volume II - Treatment Strategies (Editor: Valente M). 2000.
    10. Sammeth CA, Preves DA, Brandy WT. Hyperacusis: case studies and evaluation of electronic loudness suppression devices as a treatment approach. Scand Audiol. 2000; 29(1):28-36. PMID: 10718674.
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    11. Preves DA, Sammeth CA, Wynne MK. Field trial evaluations of a switched directional/omnidirectional in-the-ear hearing instrument. J Am Acad Audiol. 1999 May; 10(5):273-84. PMID: 10331619.
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    12. Sammeth CA, Dorman MF, Stearns CJ. The role of consonant-vowel amplitude ratio in the recognition of voiceless stop consonants by listeners with hearing impairment. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 1999 Feb; 42(1):42-55. PMID: 10025542.
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    13. Valente M, Sammeth CA, Potts LG, Wynne MK, Wagner-Escobar M, Coughlin M. Differences in performance between Oticon MultiFocus Compact and ReSound BT2-E hearing aids. J Am Acad Audiol. 1997 Aug; 8(4):280-93. PMID: 9272751.
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    14. Cook JA, Bacon SP, Sammeth CA. Effect of low-frequency gain reduction on speech recognition and its relation to upward spread of masking. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 1997 Apr; 40(2):410-22. PMID: 9130209.
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    15. Sammeth CA, Tetzeli M, Ochs MT. Consonant recognition performance of hearing-impaired listeners using one linear and three nonlinear hearing aids. J Am Acad Audiol. 1996 Aug; 7(4):240-50. PMID: 8827918.
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    16. Barry SJ, Sammeth CA. Concurrently recorded auditory event-related potentials and behavioral responses to dichotic CV stimuli. J Am Acad Audiol. 1994 Jan; 5(1):70-5. PMID: 8155897.
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    17. Sammeth CA, Peek BF, Bratt GW, Bess FH, Amberg SM. Ability to achieve gain/frequency response and SSPL-90 under three prescription formulas with in-the-ear hearing aids. J Am Acad Audiol. 1993 Jan; 4(1):33-41. PMID: 8422481.
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    18. Sammeth CA, Preves DA, Bratt GW, Peek BF, Bess FH. Achieving prescribed gain/frequency responses with advances in hearing aid technology. J Rehabil Res Dev. 1993; 30(1):1-7. PMID: 8263820.
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    19. Van Campen LE, Sammeth CA, Hall JW, Peek BF. Comparison of Etymotic insert and TDH supra-aural earphones in auditory brainstem response measurement. J Am Acad Audiol. 1992 Sep; 3(5):315-23. PMID: 1421467.
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    20. Sammeth CA, Ochs MT. A review of current "noise reduction" hearing aids: rationale, assumptions, and efficacy. Ear Hear. 1991 Dec; 12(6 Suppl):116S-124S. PMID: 1794638.
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    21. Sammeth CA, Burkard RF, Hecox KE. Effects of relative starting phase and frequency separation of two-tone stimuli on the brain-stem auditory-evoked response. J Acoust Soc Am. 1991 Sep; 90(3):1405-9. PMID: 1939905.
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    22. Hamill TA, Hussung RA, Sammeth CA. Rapid threshold estimation using the "chained-stimuli" technique for auditory brain stem response measurement. Ear Hear. 1991 Aug; 12(4):229-34. PMID: 1783224.
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    23. Van Campen LE, Sammeth CA, Peek BF. Interaural attenuation using etymotic ER-3A insert earphones in auditory brain stem response testing. Ear Hear. 1990 Feb; 11(1):66-9. PMID: 2307307.
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    24. Sammeth CA, Birman M, Hecox KE. Variability of most comfortable and uncomfortable loudness levels to speech stimuli in the hearing impaired. Ear Hear. 1989 Apr; 10(2):94-100. PMID: 2707507.
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    25. Sammeth CA, Barry SJ. The 40-Hz event-related potential as a measure of auditory sensitivity in normals. Scand Audiol. 1985; 14(1):51-5. PMID: 4059846.
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