Krysta D. Green, AuD

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences - Speech-Language-Hearing
Clinical Assistant Professor
Primary office:
785-864-0656
Haworth Hall
Room 2101B
University of Kansas
1200 Sunnyside Avenue
Lawrence, KS 66045


Summary

Krysta Green received her BGS in Speech-Language-Hearing: Sciences & Disorders from the University of Kansas in 2009. She received her Doctor of Audiology degree from the KU Medical Center in 2014 and joined the clinical faculty in Lawrence shortly after. Dr. Green provides screening, diagnostic, and rehabilitative audiology services for infants, children, and adults at the Schiefelbusch SPLH Clinic. She also manages the university’s hearing conversation program for noise-exposed staff, coordinates with Disability Services to provide accommodations for students and faculty with hearing loss, and mentors students in research projects related to audiology and hearing.

Education

Au.D., Audiology, University of Kansas Medical Center

B.G.S, Speech-Language-Hearing: Sciences and Disorders, University of Kansas

Teaching

Dr. Green teaches undergraduate coursework in clinical audiology and supervises both graduate and undergraduate student clinicians working at the Schiefelbusch Clinic.

Teaching Interests

  • Audiology
  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Pediatric audiology
  • Geriatric audiology
  • Hearing aids
  • Communication strategies
  • Counseling
  • Hearing conservation
  • Hearing disorders
  • Diagnostic audiology

Research

Dr.Green's primary research areas include the prediction, prevention, and evaluation of noise-induced hearing loss; acoustic accessibility; and clinical education in audiology. She also serves as an adviser to researchers utilizing clinical audiology methods, directs undergraduate research projects in audiology, and serves on AuD capstone project committees.

Research Interests

  • Hearing aids
  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Acoustic accessibility
  • Hearing conservation
  • Clinical education
  • Noise-induced hearing loss
  • Hidden hearing loss

Service

Dr. Green serves on professional committees and projects at the department, intercampus, university, state, regional, and national levels.


News and events

Dr. Holly Storkel leads a research project aimed at developing effective interventions for kids with DLD called KAW Story. The project just earned a $1.5 million grant from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders to continue research with 60 Kansas kindergarteners across several school districts.

SPLH/IPCD Graduation Information Page, May 12, 2018

SPLH Professor, Holly Storkel, has been selected as Associate Dean for Academic Innovation & Student Success

SPLH Acting Chair, Nancy Brady, has been promoted to Professor by Chancellor Douglas A. Girod - Chancellor announces faculty awarded promotion and tenure for 2018

Three students received Undergraduate Research Awards for SPLH projects in the Spring 2018 semester!  Congratulations to Grace Carlson (mentored by Navin Viswanathan), Beth Fentress (mentored by Holly Storkel) and Bri Marsh (mentored by Jon Brumberg).

Ana PaulMumy's TEDxKU talk- Placing Value on Human Imperfection

Holly Storkel and Navin Viswanathan receive Friends of the Life Span Institute Investigator Awards in 2017

McKenzie Butcher is one of 13 students to receive Undergraduate Research Awards in fall 2017

Kate DeJarnette, a student in KU’s speech-language pathology program, walks us through why she chose to study augmentative and alternative communication.

Explore a degree in audiology or speech-language pathology at the University of Kansas

"The Impact of Parenting on Fragile X Syndrome" in "Research Features", UK online science magazine, featuring research by Steven F. Warren and Nancy C.Brady

KU to present University Scholarly Achievement Award to Nancy Brady on April 10, 2017

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