Hannah Siburt, AuD/PhD - Assistant Professor

Clinical Audiologist
Doctor of Audiology (AuD, PhD)
Assistant Clinical Professor – Speech and Hearing Sciences

Education

  • PhD University of Florida 2014
  • AuD University of Florida 2009
  • BS Radford University 2005

Research/Clinical Interests

  • Adult and pediatric diagnostics
  • Electroacoustic stimulation
  • Audiologic rehabilitation
  • Graduate clinical education and clinical precepting

Biography

Dr. Siburt joined the faculty of the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences in 2017. She holds the roles of Clinical Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Clinical Education for Audiology. In this role, she oversees the clinical components of the audiology program, teaching graduate courses and providing adult audiologic services at the UNC Hearing and Communication Center. Dr. Siburt was previously a Clinical Assistant Professor and the AuD program coordinator at the University of Florida. In this role she provided oversight for the academic components of the Doctor of Audiology program, taught courses in the AuD Program, and provided diagnostic and rehabilitative clinical services for patients across the lifespan. She has also held prior positions as a research assistant professor at the University of South Florida in their Auditory and Speech Sciences Laboratory and was a clinical audiologist for the VA North Florida/South Georgia Compensation and Pension Clinic.

Dr. Siburt is a licensed audiologist in the state of North Carolina, a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-A) from the American Speech, Language Hearing Association (ASHA). In 2020, the UNC School of Medicine inducted her into its Academy of Educators. 

Hannah Siburt, Audiologist