Patients seen at
Ear, Nose & Throat Center-CAM
Center for Advanced Medicine
- Physical Address: 4921 Parkview Place, Suite 11A, St. Louis, MO, USA
- Phone: 314-362-7509
Dr. Gotter is a clinical/rehabilitative audiologist interested optimization of cochlear implant fitting; effects of asymmetric and unilateral hearing loss on communication functioning; cognition and speech understanding in sub-optimal listening conditions; and quality of life in adults with hearing loss.
- Undergraduate: Communication Disorders, Southeast Missouri State University (1994)
- MS: Speech and Hearing, Washington University in St. Louis (1997)
- AuD: Pennsylvania School of Optometry (2007)
Licensure and board certification
- Licensed in Missouri
- ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A)
- Holden L, Finley C, Firszt J, Holden T, Brenner C, Potts L, Gotter B, Vanderhoof S, Mispagel K, Heydebrand G, Skinner M. Factors Affecting Open-Set Speech Recognition in Adults with Cochlear Implants. Ear and Hearing, 2013, 34, 340-360.
- Holden, L., Neely, J.G., Gotter, B., Mispagel, K., & Firszt. J. Sequential Bilateral Cochlear Implantation in a Patient with Bilateral Meniere’s Disease. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 2012, 23, 256-268.
- Gotter, B, Mispagel K. Rehabilitation Challenges for Auditory Reimbursement Services. ARA Newsletter Spring, 2007.
- Heydebrand, G., Haile, S., Potts, L, Gotter, B. (2007) Cognitive Predictors of Improvements in Adults’ Spoken Word Recognition Six Months after Cochlear Implant Activation, Audiology and Neurotology, 12 (4), pp.254-264.