Delphanie Wu was part of the lab as a graduate student in the Doctor of Audiology (AuD) program at Vanderbilt University, with a specialty in early identification and management of children with hearing loss. She was also a trainee in the Vanderbilt LEND (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities) consortium. A native of Michigan, she earned her B.A. in Communicative Disorders from the University of Alabama. Delphanie's musical background includes training in piano, violin, composition, and worship arrangements. She is interested in early intervention, American Sign Language and Deaf culture, and pediatric audiology.
Publication: Formby, C., Payne, J., Yang, X., Wu, D., & Parton, J. M. (2017, February). Repeated Measurement of Absolute and Relative Judgments of Loudness: Clinical Relevance for Prescriptive Fitting of Aided Target Gains for soft, Comfortable, and Loud, But Ok Sound Levels. In Seminars in hearing (Vol. 38, No. 01, pp. 026-052). Thieme Medical Publishers.