Philip C. Griffin, AuD

Assistant Professor

Phone: (919) 493-7980

Personal Statement

Dr. Griffin is a clinical audiologist and faculty member born in Raleigh and raised in Charlotte, North Carolina. Dr. Griffin’s main interests revolve around two different aspects of audiology, namely, hearing loss and balance and dizziness assessment and treatment. Dr. Griffin practices at the UNC Hearing and Communication Center (UNC-HCC), a faculty clinic in Chapel Hill. He provides adult diagnostic and hearing rehabilitative services, including the selection and fitting of hearing aids and assistive devices. Because of his strong interest and clinical background the audiological diagnosis and management of vertigo and disorders of balance, he also serves as the instructor for the Balance and Dizziness Assessment and Treatment course in the Audiology Doctoral Program.

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts In Speech and Hearing Sciences, Portland State University, 2000
  • Doctor of Audiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2007
  • Certifications: American Board of Audiology, Board Certified in Audiology

Philosophy

Always searching for the most effective and efficient ways to teach academic and clinical skills to students.

Courses Taught

SPHS 818 Balance Assessment and Management
SPHS 818L Balance Assessment and Management Lab

Professional Societies

North Carolina Audiology Association, President

American Academy of Audiology, Fellow

American Board of Audiology, Board Certified

Philip C. Griffin