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Dr. Ross On Hearing Loss

portrait of Dr. Mark Ross Dr. Mark Ross is a Principal Investigator of the RERC on Hearing Enhancement, Professor Emeritus of Audiology, University of Connecticut and has served as Vice President of the SHHH Board of Trustees. He writes a regular column for Hearing Loss Magazine - The Journal of the Hearing Loss Association of America, called "Developments in Research and Technology." He has published and lectured extensively on topics dealing with hearing loss.  

As an individual who has worn a hearing aid for almost fifty years, Dr. Ross brings a special degree of credibility to his publications. Links to a selection of these appear below. 

Dr. Ross has graciously offered to respond to questions arising from any of his articles. You may contact him via e-mail at mark.ross@uconn.edu.  Listed below are the categories of a variety of articles written by Dr. Ross. You may also click here for a full title list of the articles, in alphabetical order.

Full Title List (alphabetical order)
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