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Dr. Hong received her Clinical Doctorate in Audiology from the University at Buffalo in June 2020. She graduated with her Bachelor of Arts degree with Summa Cum Laude in Speech and Hearing Science with a minor in counseling from University at Buffalo in 2016.
Dr. Hong gained her experiences at the University at Buffalo Speech and Hearing Clinic and Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center. She completed her 4th year audiology externship at Hearing Evaluation Services of Buffalo, Dizziness, Balance and Tinnitus Clinic at the DENT Neurologic Institute, and the Otolaryngology department at Buffalo Medical Group. She worked with a variety of patients ranging from newborns through geriatrics. Dr. Hong’s clinical interests include diagnostics, hearing aids, and vestibular testing. Dr. Hong's goal as an audiologist is to improve my patients’ quality of life through providing patient-centered care.
Dr. Hong has also published the article "Acoustic analysis of hearing aid sound therapy programs " in the Hearing, Balance and Communication journal in 2019.