Gabriel Anne Bargen, PhD, CCC-A/SLP is an assistant professor at Idaho State University (ISU). She provides as-needed support to staff and patients at Idaho Elks Hearing and Balance Centers. Gabriel specializes in pediatric diagnostics and auditory evoked potentials, and serves on the Idaho Sound Beginnings advisory committee and the Idaho Speech Hearing Association executive board.
Dr. Bargen earned her bachelor’s degree in communication science disorders from Texas Christian University. She earned her master’s degree in speech-language pathology from University of Nebraska and her master’s degree in audiology from University of Kansas, where she also earned her doctoral research degree in audiology. She currently teaches several courses at ISU including Pediatric Audiology and Advance Topics in Aural Rehabilitation. She has given numerous professional presentations and recently published an article in the American Journal of Audiology. Her current research interests include auditory brainstem response chirp stimulus, comparison of auditory and visual processing skills, and wideband acoustic immittance (WAI) measurements.
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