Associate Professor, School of Communication Disorders and Sciences, Dalhousie University
Steve J. Aiken, PhD is an Associate Professor in the School of Communication Disorders and Sciences in the Departments of Surgery, Psychology and Neuroscience at Dalhousie University. He has an M.Sc. in Audiology from the University of Western Ontario and a PhD in Medical Science from the University of Toronto. He has practiced as a clinical audiologist and as an in-house audiologist in the hearing industry. He is a past-president of the Canadian Academy of Audiology, associate editor of Canadian Audiologist, co-director of the Canadian Hearing and Auditory Research Translation Group, and a member of the Canadian Infant Task Force, the Knowledge in Pediatric Audiology Group, the Hearing Health Alliance of Canada, and the Canadian Coalition for Adult Hearing Health. His research focuses on the assessment of peripheral and central auditory function using electrophysiological measures, measures of noise-induced hearing damage in humans and the use of speech-evoked electrophysiological responses for hearing aid verification.