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Jennifer Henderson-Sabes

Assistant Professor
San Francisco
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At Pacific Since: 2017

Jennifer Henderson Sabes, AuD, CCC-A F-AAA, earned a bachelor of arts in communication sciences from Michigan State University in 1993. She earned a master of science in audiology from The George Washington University in 1995, completed additional training at Arizona State University and a doctor of audiology from University of Florida in 2015. Before moving to the Bay Area, she lived in Arizona, Michigan, Florida and Washington, D.C.

Her fascination with the auditory system, as well as her interest in changes in the brain with hearing loss, tinnitus and rehabilitation, inspired her to pursue and career in audiology and hearing science. Dr. Henderson Sabes' areas of expertise are neurophysiology, aural rehabilitation, tinnitus and novel treatments.

Dr. Henderson Sabes is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.  She has been a member of the board of directors for the California Academy of Audiology and enjoys being the faculty liason to the University of the Pacific Student Academy of Audiology.

Education

AuD, University of Florida, 2015

MA, Audiology, The George Washington University, 1995

BS, Communication Sciences Disorders, Michigan State University, 1993

Teaching Interests

"An interdisciplinary approach — learning together from different perspectives.”

Courses:

AUDI 305 — Diagnostics I
AUDI 315 — Amplification I (2018)
AUDI 325 — Aural Rehabilitation
AUDI 347 — Tinnitus Assessment
AUDI 359 — Tinnitus Management
AUDI 365 — Advanced Topics

Research Focus

Optimizing patient education and treatment are themes that link my sometimes disparate areas of research.”

Research Interests:

  • Auditory Rehabilitation
  • Tinnitus
  • Chemotoxicity
  • Multimodal imaging of the auditory system