Doctoral student seeks participants for hearing research

A doctoral student in communication sciences and disorders is conducting a study on comparison of an existing and a newly developed clinical technique for evaluating function of the middle ear.

Participants must be between the ages of 18 and 35, have normal hearing, have not had an ear infection in the past three months, nor had a cold or flu in the past two weeks. Participants will receive a no-cost comprehensive hearing evaluation and ear examination prior to testing. The testing will take about one hour in room 106 of Hubbard Hall.

We have implemented a virus protection plan following university IRB guidelines. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Alice Keithly at 580-231-5503, or Dr. Xiao-Ming Sun at