Nicholas Reed, AuD is an assistant professor of audiology in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and core faculty at the Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health. He completed his clinical doctorate at Towson University and clinical fellowship at Georgetown University Hospital. Reed has collaborated closely on numerous center projects including implementing hearing data collection into large epidemiologic studies and overseeing quality care initiatives to address hearing in the inpatient setting to address patient-provider communication. His research focuses on over-the-counter amplification devices and delivery models, understanding and addressing hearing in patient-provider communication and the relationship between hearing and healthcare utilization patterns. His efforts toward understanding over-the-counter hearing technologies and the need for separating devices from audiologic services have been published in JAMA.
- Reed NS., Betz J., Kendig N., Korczak M., & Lin FR. Personal Sound Amplification Products vs a Conventional Hearing Aid for Speech Understanding in Noise. JAMA. 2017, 318(1): 89–90.
- Mamo SK, Reed NS, Nieman CL, Oh ES, Lin FR. Personal Sound Amplifiers for Adults with Hearing Loss. Am J Med. 2016;129(3):245-50.
- Reed NS, Betz J, Lin FR, Mamo SK. Pilot Electroacoustic Analyses of a Sample of Direct-to-Consumer Amplification Products. Otol Neurotol. 2017;38(6):804-808