Noёl Y. Dwyer, AuD
Otolaryngology—Head & Neck Surgery
- Phone: Patient appointments: 314-362-7245
- Fax: 314-362-7346
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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. Dwyer is a research 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: Russian Studies, Vassar College (2002)
- AuD: Washington University in St. Louis (2011)
Licensure and board certification
- Licensed in Missouri
- ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A)
- 2010 – Graduate Student Scholarship, ASHA Foundation
- 2008 – Scholars in PACS award, selected by the faculty based on academic record and professional promise
- 2008 – Dorothy Evans Fellowship for Graduate Study, Vassar College
- 2008 – Ruth L. Kirchstein National Research Service Award (T35 DC008765), National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
- Holden, LK, Firszt, JB, Reeder, RM, Dwyer, NY, Stein, AL, Litvak, LM (2019) Evaluation of a new algorithm to optimize audibility in cochlear implant recipients. Ear and Hear, 40, 990-1000.
- Firszt, JB, Reeder, RM, Holden, LK, Dwyer, NY (2018) Asymmetric Hearing Study Team. Results in adult cochlear implant recipients with varied asymmetric hearing: A prospective longitudinal study of speech recognition, localization, and participant report. Ear and Hear, 39, 845-862.
- Holden, LK, Firszt, JB, Reeder, RM, Uchanski, RM, Dwyer, NY, Holden, TA (2016) Factors affecting outcomes in cochlear implant recipients implanted with a perimodiolar electrode array located in scala tympani. Otol Neurotol, 37, 1662-1668.
- Firszt, JB, Reeder, RM, Dwyer, NY, Burton, HB, Holden, LK (2015) Training results in individuals with unilateral severe to profound hearing loss. Hear Res, 319, 48-55.
- Dwyer, NY, Firszt, JB, Reeder, RR. (2014). Effects of unilateral input and mode of hearing in the better ear: Self-reported performance using the speech, spatial and qualities of hearing scale. Ear Hear, 35, 126-136.