Viji is a hearing scientist and paediatric audiologist with expertise in auditory development and electroencephalography (EEG). Viji’s research focuses on typical auditory development, the influence of hearing loss on auditory development, and the development of clinical, predominantly EEG-based tools to improve the diagnosis and management of hearing loss in children. Over the last 15 years, Viji has gathered clinical and research experience in India, England, Scotland, Canada and the United States, and has published in leading hearing and neuroscience journals. Viji’s research has been funded by extramural sources like the National Institutes of Health, Hearing Health Foundation and American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, as well as intramural sources like the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. In addition to clinical and research experiences, Viji has significant teaching experience in introductory audiology courses at undergraduate and graduate levels and clinical courses like paediatric audiology at the graduate level.
Postdoc fellow, Western University, Canada (2016-2017)
Postdoc fellow, The Hospital for Sick Children, University of Toronto, Canada (2014-2016)
PhD Hearing Science, Western University, Canada (2010-2014)
MSc Audiology, University of Southampton, UK (2007-2008)
BSc Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Mysore, India (2003-2007)