PhD, University of Florida
Electrophysiology, Cochlear implants, Telehealth Applications
CD A 2.13
Dr. Kenneth Pugh completed his Bachelor of Science degree (1989) and Master of Science degree (1992) at Colorado State University. In 1999, he received a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Audiology and Health Services Administration from the University of Florida. Prior to coming to UT Dallas, Dr. Pugh worked in the John A. Burns School of Medicine, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Hawaii.
Dr. Pugh currently works as a Clinical Associate Professor in the UT Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences/Callier Center. He is responsible maintaining state-of-the-art clinical services and protocols at the UT Dallas/Callier Center, contributing to the Doctor of Audiology (AuD) program, and collaborating on special projects to promote interdisciplinary activities in the UT Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences and beyond.
Dr. Pugh holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and is licensed to practice Audiology and dispense hearing aids in the State of Hawaii.
Electrophysiology, cochlear implants, telehealth applications and developing strong research with faculty from the Jindal School of Management.
Tobey, E.A., Warner-Czyz, A.D., Britt, L., Peskova, O., and Pugh. K.C. (2012). Evidence about the Effectiveness of Cochlear Implants for Children: Open-Set Speech Recognition. In L. Hickson and L.L.N. Wong (Eds.), Evidence Based Practice in Audiology: Evaluating Interventions for Children and Adults with Hearing Impairment (pp. 167-211), Plural Publishing: San Diego, CA.
Isaki, E., Pugh, K.C. (2009). Screening auditory attention skills related to work re-entry for persons with traumatic brain injury, Medical Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 17(4): 183-191.
Pugh, K.C., Ormond, K.M. (2008). Georg von Békésy: The scientist and his art. Re-discovery of selected works at the University of Hawai`i. Audiology Today, 20(3): 26-27. (Selected as feature article of the edition).