Jack King, assistant professor of audiology

Jack King, assistant professor of audiology


Jack King
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M.S., Audiology, University of Virginia
Ph.D., Audiology, University of Miami

Jack King, Ph.D., CCC-A is an associate professor of audiology at Bloomsburg University. Prior to joining the faculty at Bloomsburg University, he directed the Vestibular and Balance Program at the Medical University of South Carolina where he served on faculty as an assistant professor. He also developed and ran Lowcountry Balance & Hearing, South Carolina’s premiere vestibular and balance clinic. His areas of expertise include cochlear implant candidacy, cochlear implant programming, vestibular anatomy and physiology, as well as evaluation and management of vestibular disorders. He still serves as adjunct faculty for the A.T. Still University’s distance learning transitional audiology doctorate program, for whom he teaches cochlear implants.

King’s research interests have focused on vestibular assessment, programming and perception in cochlear implant recipients, and identification of hearing loss in school-age children. He is a consultant for Neurocom International, a US manufacturer of computerized dynamic platform systems utilized in the assessment and rehabilitation of vestibular & balance disorders. He has presented and published on topics pertaining to both cochlear implants as well as vestibular and balance. He continues to consult and provide audiologic services for patients around the world.