Susan's CV

Neuromonics (Tinnitus)
Susan's CV

Susan Van Wie
Development and validation of the AzBio sentence lists. Ear Hear. 2012 Jan-Feb; 33(1):112-7. (2006) The Creation of New Sentence-Testing Material for Patients Fit With a Cochlear Implant.
M.S., Communication Disorders (Audiology), 2006
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. 
B.S., Speech and Hearing Science, 2002
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
Graduated Summa Cum Laude 2002
A.A., General, 2000
Phoenix College, Phoenix, AZ.
Arizona Department of Education Certificate
Standard Speech/Language impaired, K-12
Valid 6/27/06 – 12/14/2012
Arizona Department of Health Services
Speech Language Pathologist-Limited #SLPL4532
Effective 8/1/06 – 7/31/08
American Speech and Hearing Association
CCC/A Certification
Arizona Department of Health Services
Audiology License #AUD5402



Owner, AdHearence LLC.

2007 - Present

Specializing in Diagnosis and Treatment of Auditory Processing Disorders.  Speech therapy, reading, and cognitive therapy.  Collaborating with Phoenix area school systems and Parent advocacy.

Treatment Audiologist 

2007- 2008

Arizona Literacy and Language Center

Phoenix, AZ

Clinical Fellow/Certified Clinical Competency

Conduct treatment and assessments with children who have reading challenges and auditory processing disorders.

Audiology Student Clinician
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ
Have obtained over 400 hours of supervised clinical clock hours in diagnostics and amplification of children and adults.  
Parent Advisor
Arizona Early Intervention Program
Parent Outreach Program
Phoenix, AZ
Provide services, support, and information to families of hearing impaired and/or visually impaired children from birth to three years of age.
Medical/Educational Sign Language Interpreting
7/03 – present
Scottsdale Memorial Hospital, Scottsdale, AZ
Children's Rehab Services, Phoenix, AZ
Arizona State University Speech and Hearing Clinic, Tempe, AZ
Arizona State University Cochlear Implant Research Lab, Tempe, AZ
Phoenix Day School for the Deaf, Phoenix, AZ
Central Auditory Specialists, Phoenix, AZ
Certificate in American Sign Language Communication, Phoenix College, 2000
Speech Therapist
9/03 – 7/06
Phoenix Day School for the Deaf, Phoenix, AZ
Conducted speech, articulation, and aural rehabilitation with kindergarten through 5th grade students with hearing impairment

Research Assistant 

3/01 – 5/03               

Cochlear Implant Research Lab, Arizona State University

Data collection and testing of cochlear implant recipients and normally hearing subjects using electrophysiology and computer simulations on numerous projects.  Specific areas included auditory pathway plasticity, binaural implantation, electro-acoustic stimulation, and channel picking experiments
Developed new sentence-testing materials for cochlear implant patients as part of master’s thesis
Participant in the Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses
Pacific Grove, California
Dorman, M., Loizou, P., Spahr, A., Maloff, E., & Van Wie, S. (2001) Speech Understanding with Dichotic Presentation of Channels: Results from Acoustic Models of Bilateral Cochlear Implants.
ASHA Research in Higher Education Internship
University of Texas at Dallas, The Callier Center
Participated in my mentor's (Dr. Emily Tobey) teaching and research activities, which included neuro-imaging studies, electrophysiology, and listening experiments
Golden Key International Honour Society, 2001
Chancellor’s List, 2006
Dean’s List, 2001 Spring, 2001 Fall, 2002 Spring,
ASHA’s Research in Higher Education Mentoring Program Award 2001