Hannah Burrick, AuD, CCC-A is a board-certified clinical instructor of audiology specializing in adult and geriatric diagnostic testing, the dispensing and programming of amplification devices, and electrophysiologic assessment of auditory nerve function. Dr. Burrick is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Connecticut, where she majored in Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences and Human Development & Family Studies. She received her graduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine. Dr. Burrick completed her clinical externship year at Weill Cornell Medicine- NY Presbyterian Hospital.
Her clinical interests and expertise include adult and geriatric diagnosis of hearing loss, audiologic rehabilitation including working with hearing aids and osseointegrated implantable devices, and assessments of auditory nerve function. She is passionate about hearing research, with experience presenting at the American Academy of Audiology National Conference, as well as being a contributing author to Thieme Publishing's Second Edition Adult Audiology Casebook. Dr. Burrick's true passion resides in working with her patients. She strives for patient-centered care, with the goal of improving quality of life for her patients and their families.