Melanie Buhr-Lawler

Clinical Professor

College of Letters and Science | Communication Sciences and Disorders

Hometown: Madison, Wisconsin

Dr. Melanie Buhr-Lawler is an audiologist and clinical professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, where she teaches and supervises in the Doctor of Audiology program. Dr. Buhr-Lawler provides clinical care at the UW Speech and Hearing Clinic. She is passionate about improving communication for individuals with hearing loss, promoting hearing loss prevention, and conducting audiology clinical outreach. Dr. Buhr-Lawler has received the Audiologist of the Year and Student Mentor Awards from the Wisconsin Speech-Language Hearing Association.

Talks:

  • Do you ever feel that others are mumbling? Do your ears ring? Do you have trouble hearing in noisy places? Explore the human auditory system and the types and causes of hearing loss. Learn about hearing loss treatment options, including cutting-edge hearing aid technology and some simple solutions to improve communication.

  • Explore the human auditory system, the implications of hearing loss, and how cutting-edge hearing technology can help people with hearing loss communicate and connect in today’s digital world.

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