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Syracuse University, College of Arts and Sciences

Joseph T Pellegrino

Joe Pellegrino portrait

Gebbie Hearing Clinic Director and Teaching Professor

Au.D., CCC-A

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Suite 1200 621 Skytop

315.443.2352

jtpelleg@syr.edu


Clinical and Teaching Interests

Adult differential diagnosis and hearing aid technologies.

Courses Taught

CSD 212 Introduction to Communication Sciences and Disorders

CSD 429 / 629 Basic Clinical Audiology

CSD 450 / 650 Clinical Practicum

CSD 644 Counseling Individuals with Communication Disorders and their Families

CSD 665 Medical Audiology

CSD 668 Cerumen Management

CSD 785 Professional Issues in Audiology

Education

University of Florida AuD 2004 Audiology

Northeastern University MS 1997 Audiology

SUNY at Buffalo BA 1994 Comm. Sciences and Disorders

Career

Syracuse University 1999 – present

Syracuse, NY

Health Services Association 1999 – 2000

Syracuse, NY

Long Island College Hospital 1998 – 1999

Brooklyn, NY

Cape Cod ENT Associates 1997 – 1999

Hyannis, MA

Licensure / Certifications

American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association, CCC – A

American Academy of Audiology, F – AAA

New York State Licensure, Audiology

New York State Licensure, Hearing Aid Dispenser

American Board of Audiology – Certificate Holder – Audiology Preceptor (CH – AP)

New York State Speech, Language, and Hearing Association

Presentations / Publication

  • Pellegrino, J., Kennedy, K., and Kordas, T. (2018). Formative Assessment in the Audiology Clinic, American Academy of Audiology Poster Session, Nashville, TN.
  • Doherty, K.A., Desjardins, J.L, Kordas, T. and Kennedy, K, and Pellegrino, J. (2010). Cognitive and sensory function affects on manipulation of hearing instruments American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Doherty, K.A., Desjardins, Pellegrino, J, and Kordas T. (2004). Aided Benefit and Satisfaction with Two Fitting Protocols. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Shi, L. F., Doherty, K. A., Kordas, T. M., & Pellegrino, J. T. (2007). Short-term and long-term hearing aid benefit and user satisfaction: A comparison between two fitting protocols. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 18(6), 482-495.
    • Considered THE BEST OF AUDIOLOGY LITERATURE The Best of 2007: Hearing Aids