Jennifer P. Taylor, Au.D., CCC-A

Jennifer P. Taylor, Au.D., CCC-A

Clinical Associate Professor, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Phone
901.678.5800
Email
jptaylr2@memphis.edu
Fax
901.525.1282
Office
4055 N. Park Loop, Room 3017F
Office Hours
By appointment

About Jennifer Taylor

Dr. Taylor joined the clinical faculty in 2003.  Dr. Taylor is the Director of Clinical Services in Audiology and a Clinical Associate Professor for the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders and provides audiological services and supervision at the University of Tennessee Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities. Her clinical interests include pediatric diagnostics and rehabilitation. She is a project associate for a Department of Education personnel preparation grant, "Working with Interpreters" focusing on training students to work with interpreters providing clinical services. Dr. Taylor serves as co-advisor for the NSSLHA and SAA chapters at Memphis. She is also active in volunteer organizations in the Memphis area.

Education

  • Au.D., 2003, University of Florida
  • M.S., Audiology, 2000, University of Mississippi
  • B.A., Communicative Disorders, 1998, University of Mississippi

Experience

Professional

Director, Audiology Clinical Services - The University of Memphis

Honors and Awards

Award of Appreciation - Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders

Clinical and Scholarly Activities

Clinical Interests

Diagnostics, Pediatric Testing/ Hearing Screenings, Pediatric Aural Rehabilitation/ Audiologic Rehabilitation, Adult Aural Rehabilitation/ Audiologic Rehabilitation

Teaching Interests

Clinical Concepts

Public Service

President, Junior League of Memphis

Campus Organizations

Co-Advisor of National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association- University of Memphis Chapter
Co-Advisor of Student Academy of Audiology-University of Memphis Chapter

Resources

Advising

 

Service

  • HIPAA Privacy Officer - June 2013-present
  • Conference Planning Committee Member-at-Large, Council of Academic Programs in Communication Sciences and Disorders