Christopher E Niemczak
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Scientist, Department of Medicine, Section of Hyperbaric Medicine
Quantitative Biomedical Sciences Faculty
Au.D./Ph.D. in Auditory Neuroscience
Dissertation Title: Cortical auditory processing of informational masking effects by target-masker similarity and stimulus uncertainty
University of Vermont
B.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders
Quantitative Biomedical Sciences
1 Medical Center Dr
Space Medicine Innovations Lab
Lebanon NH 03766
Phone: (603) 646-5329
Auditory neural processing in children living with HIV uncovers underlying central nervous system dysfunction.
Preliteracy assessment in children living with HIV in Tanzania: comparison to results from children living without HIV in Tanzania and the United States.
Peripheral Auditory Function in Tanzanian Children Living With HIV With Clinically Normal Hearing.
A Central Auditory Test reveals differences between drug treatment regimens in adults living with HIV.
Community health workers and mHealth systems for hearing screening in rural Nicaraguan schoolchildren.
Nonverbal Neurocognitive Assessment during the Coronavirus Disease of 2019 Pandemic: the Effect of Personal Protective Equipment.
Gap detection responses modelled using the Hill equation in adults with well-controlled HIV.
Test-Retest repeatability of automated threshold audiometry in Nicaraguan schoolchildren.
The Relationship Between Central Auditory Tests and Neurocognitive Domains in Adults Living With HIV.
Peripheral Auditory Function in Young HIV-Positive Adults With Clinically Normal Hearing.