Martha Mundy

Pediatric Audiologist

Doctor of Audiology (AuD)

Associate Professor – Speech and Hearing Sciences

Allied Health Sciences

UNC School of Medicine


  • Au.D. University of Florida 2000
  • M.S. Vanderbilt University 1975
  • B.S. University of Arkansas 1974

Research/Clinical Interests

  • Pediatric and educational audiology
  • Hearing Aid and Assistive Technologies used by children and schools
  • Clinical graduate education and assessment


Dr. Mundy has been a practicing audiologist for over 30 years. Her earliest experiences evaluating children for possible hearing problems were in Head Start Preschools while she was enrolled at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Mundy has had the opportunity over the years to work with ENT physicians and pediatricians in Alabama, Texas, and most recently with speech and hearing colleagues here at UNC. Dr. Mundy joined the faculty of the Division of Speech and Hearing Sciences in 1994 after working on the Carolina Otitis Media Project for four years at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center. She continues to see children and their families clinically, evaluating young children for hearing loss and recommending and fitting hearing aids. She also consults with school districts about services and hearing technologies for school-age children with hearing impairment. Dr. Mundy is the Coordinator of Au.D. Studies at UNC and oversees the academic component of the audiology program. She works with graduate students both in the clinic and the classroom.

Martha Mundy, Audiologist