Jani A. Johnson, Au.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, School of Communication Sciences and Disorders
About Jani Johnson
Dr. Jani Johnson is an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders and has served on the faculty since 2016. She received her B.S. in Communicative Disorders at Auburn University in 2003. She went on to pursue her Au.D. (2007) and her Ph.D. (2011) from the University of Memphis, where she now teaches Introduction to Hearing Aids, Adult Audiologic Rehabilitation and Aging, Psychosocial Adjustment to Hearing Loss, and Evidence Based Practices in the Provision of Amplification. Dr. Johnson is currently the director of the Hearing Aid Research Laboratory (HARL), which has a history of producing high-quality evidence designed to improve diagnostic and rehabilitative procedures for individuals with hearing impairment.
- Ph.D. Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Memphis, 2011
- Au.D. Audiology, University of Memphis, 2007
- B.S. Communication Disorders, Auburn University, 2003
- Assistant Professor of Audiology, Communication Sciences and Disorders - University of Memphis - 2016-present
- Research Assistant Professor of Audiology, Communication Sciences and Disorders - University of Memphis - 2011-2016
- Research Audiologist, Hearing Aid Research Laboratory - University of Memphis - 2007-2011
- Clinical Instructor of Audiology, Memphis Speech and Hearing Center - University of Memphis - 2011
Research and Scholarly Activities
Multicultural Issues in Audiology and Adult Aural Rehabilitation with a focus on Hearing Aids