Listee Features — Audiology

Melinda Younan


Coming from a highly educated family, Melinda Younan, MS, excelled in high school and took inspiration from her sister, who was studying obstetrics and gynecology at the time, to pursue her education in audiology. She embarked on her studies at the Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Science in Tehran, where she graduated from the School of Rehabilitation Sciences with a bachelor’s degree in audiology in 1994. During this time, she began her career as an audiologist with the Cochlear Implant Team of Iran in 1992, going on to serve as an auditory trainer and researcher from 1994 to 1996. In 1996, Ms. Younan obtained a diploma in auditory training for hearing-impaired children and adults from the Cochlear Implant Association. In

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Casey Walsh, AuD, embarked on her professional studies at Florida State University in 2011. In 2013, she was recognized for her academic excellence with a Meritorious Poster Award from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and a travel grant through the Student Council for Undergraduate Research and Creativity. Graduating with a Bachelor of Science in communication sciences and disorders in 2015, Dr. Walsh continued her education at the University of South Alabama, during which time she received a scholarship from the Office of International Admissions and Programs, a travel grant from the American Academy of Audiology, and the Marjorie Faircloth Scholarship in Audiology. Dr. Walsh began her career while still a student, serving as a graduate assistant with the University of South

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Judith Marlowe


For over 40 years, Judith A. Marlowe has dedicated herself to excellence and service to others. She earned her Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in English with a French minor from Thomas More College in 1969, where she was president of the student government. Immediately upon completing her Master of Arts in audiology from the University of Cincinnati in 1971, Dr. Marlowe launched her mission to ensure access to hearing and speech services by establishing the first audiology/speech pathology department at the leading medical center in northern Kentucky. Upon moving to Florida, she continued to initiate innovative programs, first with a leading otolaryngology practice, later as founding executive director of a non-profit institute awarded the first Walt Disney Spirit of

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An audiologist for more than a decade, Louise Loiselle is thriving as a senior clinical account manager at MED-EL. She started with the company, which offers cochlear implants, middle-ear implants, and non-surgical bone conduction implants, in 2006, and knows she is where she’s meant to be. Over the years, her responsibilities have come to include providing clinical and patient support and training audiologists on the software. Dr. Loiselle’s favorite part of the job is attending implant activations; she loves seeing the joy on people’s faces and knowing that she contributed to it. Although she is at an age where she could retire, she is enjoying her career too much to do so just yet. Prior to current endeavors, Dr. Loiselle

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