Clarice Myers


Clarice Myers, AuD, received her clinical doctorate from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. She is an assistant faculty audiologist in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, Division of Research at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, and her research interests include the correlation between hearing loss and cognitive decline as well as alternative methods of device delivery models in an inpatient setting.

Clarice Myers

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Tara Thallmayer


Tara Thallmayer, MPH, is a graduate of Temple University with a Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. She is a Research Data Manager for the Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health. She supports staff, faculty, and students with all of their data management needs. 

Tara Thallmayer

Email tthallm1@jhmi.edu
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Molly Sheehan


Molly Sheehan is the communications specialist for the Cochlear Center. Her work in communications has covered topics from medical and scientific research to conservation, animal husbandry and attraction marketing, but it has all hinged around the same vital core of good storytelling.

Molly Sheehan

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Audrey Mossman


Audrey Mossman recently graduated from University of Colorado with a B.S. in Biology. Currently, she's a research program assistant for the Baltimore HEARS study and a Doctoral Diversity Scholar working toward completing a post-baccalaureate program at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Her research interests include recognizing and addressing healthcare disparities and working toward solutions to improve health equity for these populations.

Audrey Mossman

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Emmanuel Garcia Morales


Emmanuel E. Garcia, PhD, joined the Cochlear center for Hearing and Public Health as a Biostatistician. He obtained his PhD in Economics from the Johns Hopkins Department of Economics in 2018. His research experience includes studying the effects of assistance programs on the health and human capital of youth with disabilities, and the impact that M&A’s in the pharmaceutical industry have on the price of generic drugs.

Emmanuel Garcia Morales

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Anushka Jajodia


Anushka Jajodia received her Bachelor's in Visual Communication and Design from Ecole Intuit Lab, Mumbai and Master's in Social Design from Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore. She works closely with the Center faculty on the development of hearing interventions and other applications requiring the use of Social Design and Graphic Design.

Anushka Jajodia

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Lechi Nwanegwo


Lechi Nwanegwo, graduate of Morgan State University, is a research program assistant for the Baltimore HEARS Study. Her interests include increasing health equity in underserved communities and prevention medicine. She is currently preparing for medical school.

Lechi Nwanegwo

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Kevin DeMario


Kevin DeMario is a research program assistant who works on the HEARS clinical trial. He has his undergraduate degree and master’s degree in philosophy from Johns Hopkins and is interested in going to medical school in the future.

Kevin DeMario

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Jami Trumbo, Center Administrator


Jami Trumbo, MSPH, received her master’s of science in public health in health education and health communication from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.  As the Cochlear Center administrator, she oversees day-to-day operations and manages Center projects and initiatives. Jami is the project manager for the Baltimore HEARS study and future center research studies.

Jami Trumbo, Center Administrator

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Laura Sherry


Laura Sherry, AUD, is a research audiologist with the Cochlear Center where she is currently the lead audiologist for the Washington County field site of the ACHIEVE trial.

Laura Sherry

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