NYU Cochlear Implant Center

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This page was updated on: June 5, 2024 .  Original posting: September 13, 2021 . 

NYU Cochlear Implant Center is accepting applications for 2 AuD Externs in New York, NY.

Contact: Lisa Goldin, Ph.D. at lisa.goldin@nyulangone.org if interested.

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222 E41st Street, 8th floor
New York, NY 10017

  • single-location

212-263-7567

https://nyulangone.org/locations/cochlear-implant-center

Anticipated start date is 05/19/2025. The anticipated ending date is 05/15/2026. This is designated as Part Time. If a stipend is provided, it is reported to be $ 10000 annually.

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  • Students are required to submit via email (lisa.goldin@nyulangone.org) a cover letter, two letters of
    recommendation, a curriculum vitae and an unofficial transcript from their graduate program. Once all required
    documents are received and reviewed the student will be contacted for an interview.

This site is reported to have 9 staff audiologists and 0 who are CH-AP Certified and 9 who are with their CCC-A certifications.

The site is reportedly serving these populations:
Pediatric ,School Aged ,Developmental Disabilities ,Adult ,Geriatric

Expect these experiences: Diagnostic Evaluation ,Auditory Evoked Potentials ,Hearing Aid Eval Dispensing ,Cochlear Implant EvalMapping ,Bone Anchored Hearing Devices ,Vestibular Eval Rehabilitation ,Aural HabilitationRehab. ,Assistive Technologies ,Onsite Continuing Education ,Research Opportunities .

Experiences expected here include:

The Audiology experiences include: Diagnostic Evaluation ,Auditory Evoked Potentials ,Hearing Aid Eval Dispensing ,Cochlear Implant EvalMapping ,Bone Anchored Hearing Devices ,Vestibular Eval Rehabilitation ,Aural HabilitationRehab. ,Assistive Technologies ,Onsite Continuing Education ,Research Opportunities .

The Inter professional and collaborative practice experiences include:
Family Members, Physicians, Speech-Language Pathologist, Teachers, Nurse.

Other experiences vary, but could be:

Auditory Brainstem Implants – programming and evaluations

Demographics of populations served:


Ethnicity, Race, Culture, National Origin, Socioeconomic Status, Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation, Religion, Exceptionality


English, English Language Learner, Primary English Dialect, Secondary English Dialect, Bilingual, Polyglot, Sign Language ASL or SEE, Cognitive Physical Ability, Gender Identity

Students and Peers

  • The overall number of students at this site is 2.
  • The number of externs at this site is expected to be: 2.
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    Students are required to submit via email (lisa.goldin@nyulangone.org) a cover letter, two letters of
    recommendation, a curriculum vitae and an unofficial transcript from their graduate program. Once all required
    documents are received and reviewed the student will be contacted for an interview.

    Updating tags for this externship site:

    So as to better describe the externship placement, clinic directors are asked to note the populations served and the expected experiences using the following key. After logging in, use the comment box at the bottom of this page to supply the insights. 

    Populations Served = 

    • Key: A = Adult; P = Pediatric; S = School Aged; DEV = Developmental Disabilities; G = Geriatric

    Experiences = 

    • Key: D = Diagnostics; AEP = Auditory Evoked Potentials; V = Vestibular; HA = Hearing Aids; CI = Cochlear Implants; T = Tinnitus; E = Educational Audiology; AR = Aural Rehabilitation

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