Assistant Clinical Professor – Speech and Hearing Sciences
Allied Health Sciences
UNC School of Medicine
- Au.D. UNC Chapel Hill 2013
- B.S. University of Washington 2009
- Adult Aural Rehabilitation
- Hearing Aid Technology and Fitting
- Patient centered counseling
- Community outreach and engagement
- Geriatrics and cognition
Dr. Johnson practices as a clinical audiologist at the UNC Hearing and Communication Center (UNC-HCC), a faculty clinic in Chapel Hill. She can also be found leading clinical services at the UNC-HCC satellite office in the Orange County Sportsplex in Hillsborough. She provides adult diagnostic and aural rehabilitative services, with specialization in hearing and assistive technology. With the UNC-HCC serving as the formative training site for UNC’s doctoral students, Dr. Johnson provides daily clinical education via one-on-one student supervision. Using her expertise in hearing technology. Dr. Johnson teaches the Au.D. hearing aid courses for first and second year students and a third year course on Occupational Audiology. With a commitment to community service, Dr. Johnson can often be found providing hearing presentations and screenings around the Triangle, with a special focus on the aging population.
Dr. Johnson is a Fellow of the Academy of Audiology and is certified by the American Board of Audiology (ABA). She is a licensed audiologist in the state of North Carolina. Dr. Johnson also serves as the webmaster for the North Carolina Audiology Association.
In the News:
- UNC Health Talk: Ears Ringing? Here’s Why and What You Can Do.
- Gizmodo Asks: Can You Train Your Ears to Be More Sensitive?
- Focus Carolina Radio: Faculty Spotlight
- UNC Health Talk: Put Down Those Cotton Swabs
- Korn Ferry’s Briefings Magazine Interview on Communicating Masks
- WRAL Interview on Communicating With Masks
- UNC Health Talk: 7 Tips for Getting in Tune with Your Hearing
- UNC Health Talk: 4 Tips for Communicating with Masks
- Your Health Radio: Healthy Hearing
- Business Insider Interview: Reverse Slope Hearing Loss