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1 KATHERINE L. GRAY-LINGIS ( 352) PHHP.UFL. EDU EDUCATION Doctor of Audiology, Au.D. May 2004 University of Florida, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, College of Health Professions Bachelor of Arts, B.A. May 2000 Communication Sciences and Disorders University of Florida, Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders, Audiology Minor: Business Administration Graduated with Honors; Dean s List PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Audiology Division Chief February present UF Health Teaching Hospital, Clinical Associate Professor Audiology UF Health Teaching Hospital, July present Director of Clinical Education Audiology April 2011 January 2018 Doctor of Audiology Program Clinical Assistant Professor Audiology July 2004 July 2011 (formerly Department of Communicative Disorders) UF Health Teaching Hospital,

2 Katherine L. Gray-Lingis Page 2 Clinical Director of the University of Florida Cochlear Implant Program October 2006 February 2018 Clinical Externship July 2003-June 2004 University of Florida Health Science Center, Shands Teaching Hospital Graduate Research Assistant August 2001 July 2003 Director: James W. Hall, III, Ph.D. Assisted in the revision of the Handbook of Auditory Evoked Responses by James W. Hall, III, Ph.D. Graduate Teaching Assistant January 2003 May 2003 University of Florida, Professor: James W. Hall, III, Ph.D. Course: Clinical Auditory Electrophysiology Assisted in grading tests, running laboratory sessions, and preparing class lectures Universal Hearing Impairment Program (UHIP) May 2001 May 2003 Shands Hospital and Alachua General Hospital, Gainesveille, FL Independent weekend newborn hearing screening and parent counseling Clinical Practicum Sites August 2000-May 2003, University of Florida, Shands Teaching Hospital Park Avenue Ear Nose & Throat Clinic & Shands Ear Nose & Throat Clinic, Shands Teaching Hospital Department of Otolaryngology University of Florida Speech and Hearing Clinic, University of Florida, Dauer Hall The Hearing Center, North Florida ENT Associates VA Hospital Audiology Department, Gainesville, Florida CLINICAL RESPONSIBILITIES Clinical Skills PATIENT POPULATIONS: infant, pediatric, adult, geriatric Comprehensive diagnostic audiometric evaluation including case history interviews, immittance testing and Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions (DPOAEs); Visual Reinforcement Audiometry (VRA) and play audiometry when appropriate; counseling and recommendations based on audiometric findings Cochlear Implant evaluations and fitting; follow-up programming and troubleshooting for Cochlear Corporation and MedEl Corporation Cochlear Implants; Audiologic Rehabilitation Hearing aid evaluation and fitting; programming, electroacoustic analysis, real-ear measures, and troubleshooting of analog, programmable, and digital hearing aids; assistive listening devices Infant hearing screening and follow-up (Otoacoustic Emissions and Automated Auditory Brainstem Reponses) Craniofacial Program hearing evaluations and management for individuals with craniofacial anomalies

3 Katherine L. Gray-Lingis Page 3 TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES Preceptor of Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) students July 2004 present Supervision of clinical education, which includes meeting with students (up to ten students weekly) in preparation for and following patient care, report editing, review of student performance, complete supervision of patient contact Mentor of Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) externs July 2004 present Mentor and advise Au.D. students that are at clinics nationwide during their externship year prior to graduation. Provide support and guidance as needed to the student, as well as communicate with the supervisors at the various clinics to evaluate performance. Facilitator in the Doctor of Audiology Distance Learning Program Spring 2007 Fall 2010 SPA 7343 Cochlear Implants and Assistive Technology Facilitator in the Au.D. distance learning course covering the applied and theoretical principles in cochlear implants including candidacy and programming considerations, selection and evaluation of assistive devices, habilitative/rehabilitative management, and new technology options for individuals with hearing loss. Teaching Experience: SPA SPA 6311 Medical Audiology Summer 2011 University of Florida Doctor of Audiology course with the objective of teaching the students to recognize the wide variety of defects, diseases, and disorders that cause hearing loss through complaints and symptoms as reported by the patient. Practical information is provided about etiology, audiometric findings, and appropriate referral and management. SPA 4302 Audiometry and Hearing Disorders Spring 2006 University of Florida undergraduate course with the objective of teaching students an understanding of hearing disorders and the assessment procedures audiologists use in the determination of the nature of hearing loss to support appropriate habilitative/rehabilitative steps. RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Clinical Study of the Nucleus Hybrid Cochlear Implant Study Sponsored by Cochlear Americas Sub-Investigator completing audiologic candidacy evaluations of hearing sensitivity and auditory function using amplification, follow-up programming of the Nucleus Hybrid cochlear implant, and completing all WIRB and study related paperwork. Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss Study Sub-Investigator completing audiologic evaluations at the first identification of a sudden sensorineural hearing loss and follow-up appointments when the subject was seen through the Department of Otolaryngology. Alcon Study Sub-Investigator completing audiologic evaluations prior to and following treatment with Alcon ear drops to evaluate the hearing benefit provided to the subject following Otologic treatment in the Department of Otolaryngology. Clinical Study of Music Perception In Nucleus Cochlear Implant Users Study Sponsored by Cochlear Americas

4 Katherine L. Gray-Lingis Page 4 Sub-Investigator completing evaluations of auditory function with a cochlear implant, music perception testing with a cochlear implant, and completing all WIRB and study related paperwork. ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 2015: Search Committee Chair, University of Florida, Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Distinct Clinical Assistant Professor Position in Audiology 2010 present: EPIC Superuser, involved in the initiation of the electronic medical records system in Audiology 2006 Present: Audiology Division Chief back-up, acting chief of service when the Audiology Division Chief is away or unavailable : Annual Invited Speaker at The Villages Cochlear Implant Support Group: Current Trends and Technology in Cochlear Implants The Villages, FL : Search Committee Member, University of Florida, Department of Otolaryngology Otologist/Neurotologist Faculty Position 2007: Search Committee Chair, University of Florida, Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (formerly Department of Communicative Disorders) Three Distinct Clinical Assistant Professor Positions in Audiology CONSULTANTSHIPS 2004 present: Clinical liaison for the UF Cochlear Implant Program to the Cochlear Americas Corporation 2004 present: Clinical liaison for the UF Cochlear Implant Program to the MED-EL Corporation 2014 present: Clinical liaison for the UF Cochlear Implant Program to the Advanced Bionics Corporation January 20, 2006: Cochlear Americas Pediatric Focus Group, Cochlear Americas Headquarters, Englewood, Colorado PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE State of Florida, Department of Health, Audiologist License Number: AY1283 American Speech, Language, Hearing Association, member, 2004-present PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS American Academy of Audiology, member, American Speech, Language, Hearing Association, member, 2004-present Florida Academy of Audiology, member,

5 Katherine L. Gray-Lingis Page 5 PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS AB Solutions: New Innovations and Advanced Management February 20, 2018 G. Paul Moore Symposium February 8, 2018 Cochlear s Hear Your Way with Cochlear September 15, 2017 Jacksonville, FL G. Paul Moore Symposium February 2-3, 2017 Cochlear s Baha 5 Portfolio Innovations Workshop December 19, 2016 Audioscan Modern Hearing Instrument Verification December 2, 2016 Cochlear s A Whole New Way to Hear from Cochlear November 17, 2017 Tampa, FL G. Paul Moore Symposium February 2-3, 2016 Conference of Pediatric Hearing Loss August 15-16, 2014 Cochlear s NEXT Technology October 2, 2013 Orlando, FL 16th Annual Florida Academy of Audiology Convention August 23-25, 2012 St. Augustine, FL CI 2011: 13 th Symposium on Cochlear Implants and Other Implantable Auditory Devices in Children July 14-16, 2011 Chicago, IL 14 th Annual Florida Academy of Audiology Convention August 12-14, 2010 Orlando, FL 8 th Annual Florida Symposium on Early Childhood Hearing Loss September 27-29, 2008 St. Augustine, FL CI 2008: 10 th International Conference on Cochlear Implants and Other Implantable Auditory Devices April 8-13, 2008 San Diego, CA

6 Katherine L. Gray-Lingis Page 6 7 th Annual Florida Symposium on Early Childhood Hearing Loss September 27-29, 2007 St. Augustine, FL American Academy of Audiology, 19 th Annual Convention and Expo April 18-21, 2007 Denver, CO CI 2006: 9 th International Conference on Cochlear Implants and Other Implantable Auditory Devices June 8-12, 2006 Vienna, Austria American Academy of Audiology, 17 th Annual Convention and Expo March 30-April 2, 2005 Washington, DC Advanced Cochlear Implant Training, Cochlear Americas October 21-23, 2004 Savannah, GA REFERENCES Patrick Antonelli, M.D., George T. Singleton Chair and Professor, University of Florida, Department of Otolaryngology Scott Griffiths, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Director of the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) Program, Alice Holmes, Ph.D. Professor, retired, University of Florida, Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Revised 2/23/2018

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