Sanna joined National Acoustic Laboratories as a research audiologist in 2008. She completed a Master in Clinical Audiology at Macquarie University NSW in 2000. She is currently involved in the Longitudinal Outcomes of Children with Hearing Impairment (LOCHI) study, the Children with Unilateral Hearing Loss (CUHL) study and PLUM & HATS Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander study. Prior to that, she was a clinical audiologist in Hearing Australia for more than eight years and has solid clinical experience in hearing assessment, device fitting and rehabilitation for adult and children with hearing loss. Role as a family audiologist to counsel patients about hearing health and the possible need for treatment and management.
She completed a Master degree in Clinical Audiology at Macquarie University NSW in 2000 and is a full member of the Audiology Australia with the certificate of clinical practice (CCP).
Population-based longitudinal study that prospectively evaluates the development children with hearing loss
Investigating the effectiveness of early intervention on developmental outcomes of children with congenital unilateral hearing loss
Determine enablers and barriers to adoption of the PLUM and HATS tool, co-design strategies and provide training for care givers