Bryan M. Wong, AuD, CCC-A, obtained his clinical doctorate in Audiology in 2019 from the University of Arizona. He currently practices in Tucson, AZ, at Carondelet Neurological Institute, where he works as part of an interdisciplinary team performing vestibular evaluations. He also works at Banner University Medicine North in a fast-paced ENT setting clinic, where he performs adult and pediatric audiologic evaluations. 

He is pursuing a PhD in hearing science with a minor in neuroscience at the University of Arizona. Prior research was focused on auditory neuroanatomy, central auditory processing, and cortical auditory evoked potentials. While these areas are still of great interest to him, his current dissertation research focuses on addressing hearing healthcare disparities and inequities. 

He has experience independently teaching undergraduate and graduate-level courses in both online and in-person modalities. His teaching incorporates learner-centered approaches that value inclusivity & accessibility, student empowerment, active/engaged learning, and innovation.

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