Eric received the B.A. (1990) and M.S. (1993) in Cognitive Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He completed a predoctoral research fellowship at NTT Basic Research Laboratories in Japan, the Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (1998), and postdoctoral training at Arizona State University. Eric was Assistant/Associate Professor at the University of South Carolina from 2001-2008 and is now Professor at The Ohio State University. His work on speech in noise and other auditory topics is funded by a number of sources, including NIH. Eric teaches courses on hearing science, speech perception, and cochlear implants, and has advised a number of masters/doctoral students. He has served as the department’s Ph.D. Program Coordinator and Graduate Studies Chair. Eric has also served on the ASA Technical Committee for P&P and as Associate Editor for JSLHR. Finally, he is a Fellow of the ASA.
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