Meet the clinicians

Cole Campbell (image)Cole Campbell, Au.D., CCC-A Faculty bio
Audiologist – Hartley Audiology Clinic
In addition to teaching courses in the doctorate program in audiology, Cole Campbell, Au.D., CCC-A, also mentors and supervises students in the audiology clinic at KU Medical Center. Campbell has special expertise in adult diagnostics, hearing aid fittings, and aural rehabilitation. Prior to joining the faculty at KU, he was a clinical audiologist in private practice in the Kansas City metro area. Campbell is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.



John Ferraro (image)John Ferraro, Ph.D. Faculty bio
John Ferraro, Ph.D., has performed extensive research and clinical work in the area of auditory-evoked potentials. He has pioneered the use of electrocochleography (ECochG) in the diagnosis, assessment and monitoring of Meniere's disease/endolymphatic hydrops. In addition to his role as professor and chair of the KU Department of Hearing and Speech, Ferraro serves as co-director for the KU Intercampus Program in Communicative Disorders and has been active in fundraising for the Hartley Family Center for Childhood Hearing.



Lauren Baranowski (image)Lauren Mann, Au.D., CCC-A Faculty bio
Audiologist – Hartley Audiology Clinic
A 2011 graduate of KU’s doctorate degree program in audiology, Lauren (Baranowski) Mann, Au.D., CCC-A worked for several years in an ear/nose/throat setting where she gained experience with both adult and pediatric audiology. Her clinical interests include tinnitus and sound sensitivity evaluation/treatment, and she received Tinnitus Practitioner Association certification in 2012.

Mann is currently enrolled in the Ph.D. in Audiology program at KU with a research focus on the effects of head injury on the auditory system. She also provides instruction to doctoral candidates in audiology in the areas of business audiology and hearing aids while also supervising students in the clinic.



Cole Campbell (image)Casey Redding, Au.D., CCC-A Faculty bio
Audiologist – Hartley Audiology Clinic
Specializing in services for ages birth to 21, Casey Redding, Au.D., CCCA places special emphasis on early identification of and intervention for children with hearing loss. He supervises and mentors students in the clinic and serves as clinical assistant professor in the Department of Hearing and Speech.

Redding received a bachelor’s degree in special education for students who are deaf and hard of hearing from Illinois State University. He earned his doctorate degree in audiology from KU and worked for a pediatric audiology clinic at a local children’s hospital in Kansas City before returning to KU Med.


Contact the clinic

Maria MorenoMaria Moreno
Audiology Clinic Coordinator
As coordinator of the Audiology Clinic at KU Medical Center, Maria Moreno handles office responsibilities, appointments, document processing and much more.

Fluent in both English and Spanish, Maria may be reached at 913-588-5730 (711 TTY) or by e-mail audiology@kumc.edu.


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